For many years the health community has been searching for a way to fight against memory loss. Alzheimer’s disease continues to haunt senior citizens with still no hope for a cure. But that hope may be on the horizon. A study in California was conducted with mice and the effect that young mouse blood would have when injected into older mice. As it turns out, those of the mice injected with young blood improved on memory related tasks by 30 to 50 percent! Researchers believe that one or several proteins that change due to aging is causing the beneficial effect. If this is true, than what would the implications be for humans. Only time and testing will tell if the research will bring forth any worthwhile results, but for now we may hope for the hope of a cure.
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