The Latest Alzheimer’s Disease Research and Social Media Posts

Perspective: Cell danger response Biology—The new science that connects environmental health with mitochondria and the rising tide of chronic illness

Mitochondria regulate the cell danger response (CDR) that controls innate immunity and healing. Chemical pollutants in the environment lower the threshold for CDR activation. Persistent activation of CDR inhibits healing and leads to chronic illness. Metabolomics and exposomics can help guide new policies to lower the risk of chronic illness.

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Possible Alzheimer’s breakthrough suggested

A previously unknown gene and associated protein have been linked to the development of Alzheimer’s disease. By suppressing the protein, named Aggergatin by the researchers, it may be possible to slow down or prevent the development of the neurodegenerative disease.

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Chronobiologists warn of health risks linked to daylight saving

Chronobiologists warn changing to daylight savings can have serious effects on both brain and general health. The change in time during spring was linked to a 24% increase in severe cardiovascular events in women. Researchers also noted the sudden change in time alters circadian rhythms, reduces the production of natural melatonin, impacts cognitive function, and may also foster tumor growth.

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