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Wine can help slow Alzheimer's?

  Supplements derived from apple skins, red wine and turmeric might someday help slow the onset and progression of Alzheimer's and related diseases, according to accumulating evidence.

Supplements derived from apple skins, red wine and turmeric might someday help slow the onset and progression of Alzheimer's and related diseases, according to accumulating evidence.

The details are complicated and still a matter of debate. But the scientists involved are basing their strategy on what they say is a new way of thinking about Alzheimer's.

To read more, please see this article by Emily Sohn.

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