‘MIND diet’ shows promise in reducing risk of Alzheimer’s disease – KABC-TV


'MIND diet' shows promise in reducing risk of Alzheimer's disease
Along with the food, something that's equally important, according Dr. Dean Sherzai, another neurologist, is being with your family. "When a husband has dementia or Alzheimer's, the partner, the wife, has 600 times chance of developing Alzheimer's as well.
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