Things That Are Linked To Alzheimers Disease Later In Life

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Air pollution raise risk of Alzheimers Disease:Older women who live in areas with high-rise of pollution (specifically fine particulate matter, which consists of extremely small particles that can be inhaled deep in the lungs) are 92% more likely to grow dementia than women living in cleaner-air climates, according to a 2017 study.  The link was strongest in women who had the APOE4 gene, a genetic changes that increases the risk for Alzheimers Disease.