New research links flu and pneumonia vaccine to lower risk of Alzheimer's disease
A study from the University of Texas looked at 9,000 older adults.People who got at least one flu vaccine were 17% less likely to develop Alzheimer's or dementia.
FIGHT THE VIRUS. >>> WELCOME BACK. NEW RESEARCH LINKS FLU AND PNEUMONIA VAX NATION TO A LOWER RISK OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. A SURVEY LOOKED AT 9,000 ADULTS. PEOPLE WHO GOT AT LEAST ONE FLU SHOT WERE 17% LESS LIKELY TO DEVELOP ALZHEIMER'S OR DEMENTIA. THE RISK WAS LOWER FOR THOSE WHO WERE REGULARLY VACCINATED OR THOSE WHO RECEIVED A VACCINE AT A YOUNG AGE. A SECOND STUDY FOUND THE PNEUMONIA VACCINE REDUCED THE RISK OF ALZHEIMER'S BY AS MUCH