Why Is Alzheimer's Disease Called
"Type 3 Diabetes"?
It is hard to imagine a more distressing medical diagnosis than Alzheimer’s Disease. This disease of the brain causes mild to severe memory loss, confusion, personality changes and even death. Although medicines can slow the progression of the disease, the prognosis is usually grim at best.
The causes of Alzheimer’s Disease are various and unclear, however medical science has come to light that sheds significant new information as well as hope for those who suffer from this disease, or who wish to avoid it altogether.
The key seems to be the role of insulin in regulating blood sugar. Read more »
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