Neurology

Heavy metal exposure combined with Alzheimer’s gene may impair cognition



Researchers from the environmental and occupational health
sciences at the University of Washington School of Public Health study’s mice
to see what could trigger the symptoms of cognitive decline. They found that
heavy metal exposure to cadmium, combined with a genetic predisposition to
Alzheimer’s, could impair cognition.

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