Alzheimer’s, diet and physical activity also protect those who are genetically at risk

AN observational STUDY by a group of Chinese researchers, published in the journal Plos Medicine and conducted on people aged 80 and over, showed that one healthier lifestyle is associated with a lower risk of cognitive impairment, regardless of whether the person carries a particular form of the Apoe gene.


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