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Preventing dementia: early days

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A great deal of the buzz at this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference which just wrapped up in London, England, has been about preventing dementia, particularly Alzheimer’s disease, which is the most common form of dementia. And that’s a good thing because given how meager the returns have been so far from treating dementia, it’s time […]

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Watch Out: Caution about using Aspirin regularly

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Millions of people are taking daily doses of Aspirin to try to reduce the risk of heart attacks and (maybe) strokes and (maybe even) some types of cancer. So do the known benefits of regular Aspirin use significantly out-weigh the risks? As always, the answer is “It depends”. The cardiovascular benefits of using Aspirin are […]