Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Repetitive negative thinking linked to dementia risk

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This shows an old man with his head in his handsRepetitive negative thinking (RNT) in those aged over 55 is associated with an increased risk of cognitive decline and deposition of proteins associated with Alzheimer's disease. People who exhibited higher levels of RNT experienced more cognitive and memory problems over four years. They were more likely to have both amyloid-beta and tau protein deposits throughout the brain.