Tag Archives: Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study (WHIMS)

Further Brief Insights Into the Potentially Neuroprotective Benefits of Certain Foods (BBC News / Scientific Reports / ARUK / AAIC)

Summary There is evidence to suggest that the protein β-parvalbumin found in fish inhibits the formation of α-synuclein (the protein present in Parkinson’s Disease). The cross-reaction of β-parvalbumin and human amyloidogenic proteins may explain at least some of the health … Continue reading

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Coffee / Caffeine Consumption and Dementia Risk Reduction in Women (NHS Choices / Journal of Gerontology: Series A)

Summary Researchers investigating caffeine consumption in postmenopausal women consider they may have found further evidence for an inverse (“protective”) association between caffeine intake and age-related cognitive impairment and / or risk of dementia. Statistics reveal what is interpreted as a … Continue reading

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