Columbia University Medical Center

Living Long May Protect Against Early Alzheimer’s, Study Finds

“The goal of the study was to determine whether or not members of exceptionally long-lived families are protected against cognitive [mental] impairment consistent with Alzheimer’s disease,” said lead researcher Stephanie Cosentino, an assistant professor of neuropsychology at Columbia University Medical Center. The answer: Yes, except for the oldest of the old.

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