A recent study by researchers at the University of British Columbia suggest that biochemical reactions which cause Alzheimer's disease could begin in the womb or immediately after birth if a fetus or newborn does not get enough vitamin A.
Alzheimer's is a chronic disease which affects person's ability in thinking, memorizing, moving his parts of body, and language skills.There is a bigger potential risk, If you are having family member or any relative experiencing Alzheimer's.
Statins control on Alzheimer's depends on several factors including gender and age. It usually varies from one person to another. There are researches conducted to prove its efficiency in dealing with Alzheimers.
A team of researchers is now growing small cellular balls that act like small brains that claim to replicate the functions of a real brain. With this, the researchers hope this could one day end the use of animals in laboratory testing.