eLife. Researchers also discovered that heart disease and a genetic predisposition for AD trebles the amount of beta-amyloid and elevates the amount of an inflammatory gene in the brain."/> eLife. Researchers also discovered that heart disease and a genetic predisposition for AD trebles the amount of beta-amyloid and elevates the amount of an inflammatory gene in the brain."/> Study: CVD may cause brain dysfunction

Study: CVD may cause brain dysfunction

2022-01-14

Scientists suggest that heart disease may cause the breakdown of neurovascular coupling, which could lead to dementia, according to a study in eLife. Researchers also discovered that heart disease and a genetic predisposition for AD trebles the amount of beta-amyloid and elevates the amount of an inflammatory gene in the brain.

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