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Alzheimer’s Prevention Strategies: Claims versus Reality

The Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) in Toronto is wrapping up later this week, and over 5,000 attendees are going home with a trove of new, and sometimes conflicting information. We have selected a few highlights from AAIC 2016 and provide a summary for reference: The Claim: Brain Training Can Prevent Dementia The Reality: The… Read More »

Know Your Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease

If carrying a specific gene variant added a substantial risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease when regularly eating a high sugar & saturated fat Western diet, would you use this knowledge to change your food choices? If knowing that a medical history of multiple concussions more than doubled the risk of cognitive impairment and dementia, would… Read More »