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Many individuals undergo cataract surgery to help their eyes stay healthy. This surgery has an effect on the brain and could even reduce dementia risk as they continue to age. This surgery may be very beneficial for individuals who may be at risk for dementia.

Dementia is a very serious disease that effects aging adults and seniors. This disease should be taken very seriously. New research shows that individuals who undergo cataract surgery have a lower chance of developing dementia as they age. This comes after individuals that have this surgery have a 30% less chance of developing the disease.

Experts have stated that more research needs to be done in order for them to have a more clear answer as to how this surgery correlates with dementia risk.

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