Poll: Recent studies have shown evidence of a link between obesity in middle-age populations and developing dementia. What is the most noteworthy finding to come out of this research?
Obese people in their 40s and 50s have twice the average risk of getting dementia in their 70s
A theory suggests the link is caused when proteins released by fatty tissue travel through the bloodstream and affect cells
A major spike in obese dementia patients could be seen as early as 2050