First the bad news. The way the things are today everyone among us, who hopes to live a long life, has a good chance to become a victim of Alzheimer’s disease.
Now, the good news. Researchers have identified some counter measures that would minimize the harmful effects of this disease.
Note that I said counter measures and not a cure or means of prevention. For that we will have to wait. I think it is worthwhile to take time to learn about these counter measures. They seem to be easy to adopt without seriously compromising ones life style.
A lot is now in press about these research findings but that does not take away anything from this fine TED presentation. It is well done and offered in a very simple and understandable format.