Cholesterol Levels at 35 Could Influence Alzheimer’s Risk Later in Life

Ignoring glucose and cholesterol levels could influence your likelihood of getting Alzheimer’s disease later on in your life. According to researchers, lower HDL cholesterol and high triglyceride blood levels as early as 35 years old are linked to a higher occurrence of Alzheimer’s disease several

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