Ditch the Fish Oil

The Americans most at risk for developing Alzheimer’s/dementia may be trying “useless” prevention methods.

Poor health conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes are linked to higher risks. Many respondents reported trying prevention methods like supplements or crossword puzzles. The only research-backed methods include exercise, a good diet, limiting alcohol, and not smoking.

“We haven’t done a good job of getting the word out that there really are things you can do to lower your risk,” says researcher Donovan Maust.

U.S. News & World Report

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