Alzheimer's disease is a scary possibility that faces many of us today -- whether for ourselves or for aging parents or grandparents.
Currently, 10% of people age 65 or older have Alzheimer's disease (AD), and the risk for Alzheimer's disease increases considerably with age. It is a disease for which prevention needs to start decades before the symptoms appear.[ref]
One way to understand your Alzheimer's risk - and to understand the mechanisms by which the disease occurs - is to look at ge...
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Genetic variants only give you part of the picture -- your lifestyle, diet, gut microbes, and environment all interact with your genes.
Research on genetics is fairly new and ever changing. Articles all contain links to references, and you are encouraged to read through the research.
* Genetic variants are all listed in the plus or forward orientation to match with 23andMe or AncestryDNA data.
Everything on this website is for educational purposes only and not to be used as medical advice. Please talk to your doctor for medical adivice.