Dementia: Adding this extra ingredient to your dinner could help stave off the condition

DEMENTIA is a term for disease and conditions characterised by a decline in brain functioning, such as Alzheimer ’s disease, but currently there’s no cure. This makes prevention incredibly important, and a new study has suggested adding an extra ingredient to your dinner could help.
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CONCLUSIONS: This study did not support an association between statin use and diagnostic conversion but suggested a possible association between statin use and cognitive change in EMCI. Additional randomized clinical trials of statins may be warranted in the prodromal EMCI stage of AD. PMID: 31806426 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Authors: Kim B, Choi Y, Kim HS, Im HI Abstract Despite decades of research on Alzheimer disease, understanding the complexity of the genetic and molecular interactions involved in its pathogenesis remains far from our grasp. Methyl-CpG Binding Protein 2 (MeCP2) is an important epigenetic regulator enriched in the brain, and recent findings have implicated MeCP2 as a crucial player in Alzheimer disease. Here, we provide comprehensive insights into the pathophysiological roles of MeCP2 in Alzheimer disease. In particular, we focus on how the alteration of MeCP2 expression can impact Alzheimer disease through risk gen...
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