If you have genetic mutations that put you at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's, they are impacting on you risk whether you know about them or not. Knowing about them enables you to be proactive and mitigate your risk.
The number one risk factor for the development of Alzheimer's is genetic. Research has identified genetic mutations that increase the risk of developing this disease.
The time to start looking after your brain and cognitive function is right now! Read about a patients persistence.
This is the first in our series on StaySharp. Providing expert knowledge on ways to keep your mind sharp using an Alzheimer’s Intervention & Action Plan.
This is an opportunity not to be missed. Professor Ralph Martins, world-leading Alzheimer’s disease researcher and Director of Smart Minds WA and Sharon Palmer CEO of iDNA Health will be presenting the latest information on Alzheimer’s disease.