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Have YOU ever felt dizzy when you stand up? Why you could be more at risk of dementia...

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Low blood pressure when standing up - known as orthostatic hypotension - increases the risk of dementia by 15 per cent, researchers from Erasmus Medical Centre, the Netherlands, found.
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