Lipid and Glucose Levels at Age 35 Linked With Alzheimer’s Disease Later in Life

ByLois C

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Alzheimer's Disease Memory Loss Concept

Living your best lifestyle at 35, disregarding cholesterol and glucose levels, may possibly impact your likelihood of obtaining DOI: 10.1002/alz.12641

This work was supported by the Framingham Heart Study’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute contract N01-HC-25195; the Wing-Tat Lee Foundation and Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research at Boston University School of Medicine; National Institutes of Health grants U19-AG068753, RF1-AG057519, 2R01-AG048927, U01-AG062602, R01-NS017950, R01-AG016495, R01-AG008122, R01-AG033040; R01-AG049810, RF1-AG054156, RF1-AG062109; and VMF-14-318524 from the Alzheimer’s Association.

By Lois C