Higher Educational Linked to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk in Study Looking at Gene Variants

Higher Educational Linked to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk in Study Looking at Gene Variants
Certain variations found in genes that correlate with intelligence and may affect “cognitive reserve” are evident in people with higher levels of education and appear to work to protect against Alzheimer’s disease (AD), new research shows. Better educating young adults may help to reduce the expected rise in AD incidence as people worldwide live longer, its

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