Depiction of the human ApoE protein that is involved in Alzheimer's disease

Amazing Plan to Neutralise the Bad Guys in Alzheimer’s Disease

If you have one copy of a gene called apoE4, then your chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease are more than doubled.  Moreover, if you carry two copies of apoE4, then you have a 12-fold risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Remarkably, some brilliant researchers have found a way to neutralize apoE4, albeit that the research is…

Artificial Sweeteners: Stroke and Dementia Risk

If you consume artificially sweetened drinks in preference to those that contain sugar, you have an increased risk of having a stroke or developing dementia.  Compared to people who do not drink artificially sweetened drinks, the risk for the most common type of stroke is 2.96 times higher, and for all types of stroke the…