Alzheimer's Disease Risk Increases With Body Weight
1 month ago - By Medindia Health
An increase in body weight is associated with a decrease in brain activity and blood flow. The changes can be virtually assessed by neuroimaging in brain regions, including those influenced by Alzheimer's disease pathology such as the hippocampus.
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