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Alzheimer’s Isn’t Destiny

STRENGTHEN YOUR BRAIN AGAINST ALZHEIMER’S – VIDEO:

Harvard neuroscientist Lisa Genova, author of “Still Alice,” shows how to prevent Alzheimer’s as the destiny of aging. See her share ways to build Alzheimer’s-resistant brains.


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5 years ago

This talk was wonderful and well thought out. Lots of pertinent information. Thank you Lisa.

Linda
Linda
4 years ago

This is nonsense and you are blaming the victim which is outrageous. Alzheimers is NOT preventable. It is a debilitating and still incurable brain disease
. While they are getting closer to a cure, or at least stopping the disease in its tracks, there is nothing else that can be done.

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