Can Blood Pressure Medication Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer’s?

Can Blood Pressure Medication Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer’s?

A new study from Johns Hopkins University shows that certain blood pressure medications are linked to a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s Disease.  Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore found that certain common antihyperintesive drugs, or drugs that are used to treat high blood pressure, may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by half. […]

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Is Copper Responsible for the Uptick in Alzheimer’s?

Is Copper Responsible for the Uptick in Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s disease is still a mystery in many ways. And with the approach of the Silver Tsunami—aging baby boomers reaching 65+ in record number each day—the government and private researchers are on a mission to learn more about the epidemic and, hopefully, find a cure. Some troubling new findings indicate we now have to look out […]

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