Can Alzheimer’s Be Prevented?

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Dr. Michael Murphy of the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging at the University of Kentucky joins The Doctors to share why most drugs have failed at treating Alzheimer’s in trials. He shares one way to think of the disease is a consequence of being unhealthy in a variety of ways over the course of your life and how that impacts your life and that early detection and lifestyle changes can be one of the most powerful ways to manage the disease later on. Sherri Snelling shares that hypertension is a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease, which causes leaky blood vessels in the brain.

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