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Study: How eating fish can stave off Alzheimer's




The highlighted areas in the photo are the portions of the brain that are larger in individuals who eat fish on a weekly basis. These are areas associated with creating and maintaining memories.
The highlighted areas in the photo are the portions of the brain that are larger in individuals who eat fish on a weekly basis. These are areas associated with creating and maintaining memories.
Courtesy of Dr. Cyrus Raji

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A new study published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine suggests that eating fish once a week can decrease one's risk for developing Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Cyrus Raji of UCLA was the lead author of the study and spoke with Take Two's A Martinez about his research.



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