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Alzheimer’s disease: still a perplexing problem | The BMJ

Alzheimer’s disease: still a perplexing problem | The BMJ

Genomics & Health Impact Update

Alzheimer's Disease: Still a Perplexing Problem

word doodle in the shape of a brain with the word Alzheimer's
Alzheimer’s disease: still a perplexing problemExternal Web Site Icon
Krishna Chinthapalli, BMJ July 9, 2014
Physical activity reduces hippocampal atrophy in elders at genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease.External Web Site Icon 
J. Carson Smith et al. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, July 2014  
Can exercise reduce Alzheimer’s risk?External Web Site Icon By Gretchen Reynolds , New York Times, Jul 2 
Alzheimer's disease genetics fact sheetExternal Web Site Icon, from the National Institute of Aging
Did you know? 1604 genes have beern reported in relation to risk our outcomes of Alzheimer's disease, including 145 genomewide association studies? To find out more, visit the HuGE NavigatorExternal Web Site Icon
Early detection of Alzheimer’s a step closer,External Web Site Icon by Rebecca Baseley, PHG Foundation, Jul 8 

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