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Atypical Alzheimer’s More Widespread Than Believed

An atypical form of Alzheimer's may be more widespread than previously believed. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Florida say the newly discovered strain could affect as many as 600,000 Americans.

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Study Suggests Possible Link to Alzheimers

A new study indicates there may be a link between a person's exposure to the pesticide DDT and their chances of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Researchers in the U.K. found Alzheimer's patients had four times as much DDT lingering in their bodies as people without the disease

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