FIU Researchers agree: Brain health is about more than just age, genetics

FIU Researchers agree: Brain health is about more than just age, genetics

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 50 million individuals are currently living with dementia. Studies have shown that while an estimated 10 percent of Alzheimer’s cases are genetic, 90 percent of cases are sporadic with unknown direct causes. Research is finding that the causes range from lifestyle habits to environmental toxins.

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