Nutritional intervention may reduce effects of aging on cognition

SAN DIEGO — With prevalence of age-related cognitive decline and limited curative treatment options, nutritional interventions may prevent or delay symptom onset, per a presenter at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.
“There are individuals who lose their memory and don’t have Alzheimer’s disease and may not have any pathology that a physician can identify,” Christian J. Camargo, MD, of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, said regarding his poster presentation. “What can be done for the individuals who say, ‘I don’t

SAN DIEGO — With prevalence of age-related cognitive decline and limited curative treatment options, nutritional interventions may prevent or delay symptom onset, per a presenter at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference.
“There are individuals who lose their memory and don’t have Alzheimer’s disease and may not have any pathology that a physician can identify,” Christian J. Camargo, MD, of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, said regarding his poster presentation. “What can be done for the individuals who say, ‘I don’t