Obesity May Exacerbate Alzheimer’s Disease

 

If your clients need another reason to get down to a reasonable weight, the health of their brains may be a good one. A new study out of the University of Sheffield has discovered that being overweight may exacerbate Alzheimer’s disease.

While maintaining a healthy weight may preserve brain structure in the case of mild Alzheimer’s disease, obesity may impact neural tissue vulnerability and...

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