Empowering you to protect your aging brain.
You already know that some genes can affect your risk of developing a disease. But did you know that scientists believe that those genes may also affect whether a given treatment may protect your brain?
A new study provides further evidence that a diet rich in fish can support long-term brain health.
A new study published in Neurology and detailed in Forbes strengthens the connection between vitamin D and dementia risk, including Alzheimer’s disease.
“ 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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