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Obstructive lung disease linked with decline in memory and information processing

Barcelona, Spain: Obstructive lung disease (OLD) has been linked with a decline in cognitive functioning, including memory and information processing.

A new study, which will be presented today (11 September 2013) at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) Annual Congress, suggests that impaired cognitive functioning could be an important factor in OLD.

Previous research has… Obstructive lung disease linked with decline in memory and information processing   



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