Current Posts – 13 Apr 2014

Alzheimer’s is one of the most feared disorders, caring for sufferers threatens to bankrupt the NHS and there is growing evidence that your risk is related to known life-style factors. So how many hundreds of millions are being spent to identify those at risk – there are tests already available – and putting them on programs to reduce it? None. In fact less than 2% of Alzheimer’s research goes on ways to improve prevention. Patrick Holford explains how to help yourself.



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