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Ultra-processed foods linked to higher risk of developing dementia, study warns

Ultra-processed foods linked to higher risk of developing dementia, study warns

People who consume the highest amounts of ultra-processed foods may have a higher risk of developing dementia than those who consume the least, according to a new study. Ultra-processed foods such as soda, chips, ice cream, sausages, packaged breads, flavored cereals, canned tomatoes and baked beans, ketchup and mayonnaise are low in protein and fiber …

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Developing technologies seek to identify early signs of Alzheimer’s

posted on 06/09/2022 06:00 (credit: SEBASTIEN BOZON) A silent disease that, over the years, compromises several brain structures, Alzheimer’s can be identified early with new medical technologies. The idea, according to researchers, is to enable interventions that, although they do not cure the disease — there are still no specific treatments —, delay the degenerative …

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