Alzheimer’s Risk Doesn’t Rise With Mercury Levels in Seafood, Study Reports

Alzheimer’s Risk Doesn’t Rise With Mercury Levels in Seafood, Study Reports
While there is abundant evidence that seafood consumption protects from the development of dementia, little is known about the effects of mercury — a heavy metal present in seafood — on the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. A new study shows that seafood mercury does not at all alter disease risk in older adults. Mercury is a neurotoxic substance

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