Insulin Nasal Spray Improves Alzheimer’s Cognitive Impairment, Study Shows

Insulin Nasal Spray Improves Alzheimer’s Cognitive Impairment, Study Shows
A research team from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center developed a form of insulin intended to be delivered via nasal spray that can have positive results on mental capabilities, such as the working memory of adults suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other mental and cognitive impairments. The study examined the nasal spray’s effects on 60 adults diagnosed with amnesic mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease (AD). They received

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