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Have you picked up a copy of “The Alzheimer’s Diary” yet?
A new randomized trial has confirmed what some researchers have thought for years. In only two years, comprehensive changes in lifestyle can improve memory, thinking, and cognitive processing speed in elderly people.
New research published in the journal of Alzheimer’s & Dementia suggests that a blood test to predict the development of Alzheimer’s disease in people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) might be one step closer to reality.
“ Cognitive aging begins at age 20.Howard Fillit, MD
We now recognize that Alzheimer's disease begins in mid-life. The choices
we make today will impact our
minds for the rest of our lives. ”
Executive Director and Chief Science Officer
of the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation
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