Multimodal imaging captures decline in “neurobiological capital” in middle-aged adults

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A multimodal neuroimaging approach can be used to better understand how modifiable risk factors affect the decline in “neurobiological capital”, or brain reserve, in midlife, specialists have reported. 

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