Brain Injury From Head Trauma May Contribute to Alzheimer’s A new suggests that people with brain injuries following head trauma may have buildup of the plaques related to AlzheimerÛªs disease in their brains. The research is published in the online issue of Neurologyå¨, the medical journal of the American Academy...
Does Mercury in Fish Contribute to Dementia? Moderate seafood consumption has been correlated with lesser incidence of Alzheimer disease according to researchers.åÊ Seafood is a source of mercury, a neurotoxin that impairs neurocognitive development. Mercury toxicity is reduced by selenium, an essential nutrient present in seafood. Martha Clare Morris, Sc.D.,...
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