Why do some people get Alzheimer’s and others don’t?
It’s a simple question that researchers are just starting to answer.[i]
Scientists know that heredity is a major factor. A gene called APOE4 can more than double your risk.[ii]
On the other hand, not having diabetes, high blood pressure, hearing loss, depression, or a history of head injuries can protect you.
A new study shows there’s something else that may determine whether you are headed for Alzheimer’s.