Is it Possible to Treat Alzheimer’s a Decade Before Symptoms Appear?

Alzheimer’s disease is an extremely common disease, even though the public may not know it. In fact, it’s estimated that one in nine people over the age of 65 years old has Alzheimer’s disease. That’s a very high number for a disease that takes away your life. MORE: Understand Alzheimer’s disease in just three minutes

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  1. Suzanne Penner says:

    I’m a 49 year old female with the ApoE 4/4 profile. I also used high doses of Benadryl for 15 years (ages 30-45) to sleep at night. I am very concerned about my risk of early onset AD and wonder what I can do know to prevent AD.

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