Antidepressant may cut protein involved in Alzheimer's development
Research shows a common antidepressant may cut production of one of the chief suspects behind Alzheimer's , a new avenue in the hunt for drugs to prevent the devastating brain disease.
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#1 May 15, 2014
Has anyone looked at the food choices folks make and correlated it to Alzheimer's? Just curious.
Hard to imagine the body produces the proteins randomly, maybe some of us are unwittingly feeding the problem?
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