NIH Awards $4M to Study Potential of Healthy Diet to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

NIH Awards $4M to Study Potential of Healthy Diet to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded a $4 million, five-year grant to a project that will investigate — among older residents of a multicultural New York neighborhood — the potential of a healthy and anti-inflammatory diet in lowering the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline. Yasmin Mossavar-Rahmani, a nutrition scientist at the Albert Einstein

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2 comments

  1. Dante J Marciani says:

    It is amusing to see how the scientific community after messing up Alzheimer’s active immune therapy by using the wrong adjuvant with the wrong antigen in the wrong population and getting the wrong results, is abandoning a promising approach to chase the diet area.
    I guess that we would need to wait another 50 years before somebody acknowledges that they used the wrong design in those vaccine studies; meanwhile keep blaming the science and chasing rainbows, it is scientifically less risky.

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