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07/15/2011 12:34 PM ID: 90107 Permalink   

General Health Can Be Significant for Risk of Developing Alzheimer´s

 

A new study suggests that your overall health can be an indicator for your risk of developing Alzheimer´s or dementia.

“Our study suggests that rather than just paying attention to already known risk factors for dementia, such as diabetes or heart disease, keeping up with your general health may help reduce the risk for dementia,” the author of the study said.

The study was conducted among 7,000 cognitively healthy people aged 65 and older. 10 years later, those who hadn´t developed dementia were those who showed the fewest age-connected health deficits at the beginning of the study.

 
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I´m sure if they wasted the money, they would find the same exact thing with every other type of disease possible.

Healthy people in mind and body are going to be sick less often.

So eat your veggies ;)
 
  by: Questioning_Answers     07/16/2011 05:11 AM     
 
 
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