The secret to reducing Alzheimer’s-causing proteins – Starts at 60

Starts at 60

The secret to reducing Alzheimer's-causing proteins
Starts at 60
Beta-amyloid and tau proteins are said to be hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease. The former clumps together and forms a plaque between nerve cells that impair signalling in the brain, while the latter can damage nerve cells with its tangling characteristics.
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