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These are frequent antecedents in neurodegenerative disease. They may, in themselves, be early biomarkers and or demarcate a peripheral origin for the disease. However their onset is not well understood and they are not specific to neurodegenerative diseases. Understanding their natural history, and co-association with other midlife/old age symptoms coupled with omic data may help understand the role of these symptoms... more »
Fluoride has been associated with neurotoxicity in fetuses. How is this conpound affecting the individual throughout their lifetime? Is it related to autism, parkinsons, or other neurological diseases?
Exercise, socialization, cognitive training, education, dietary habits and environmental exposures interacting with genetic profiles are suggested to raise the risk of Alzheimer’s dementia. Less is known about environmental, genetic and epigenetic contributors to raising the risk of dementia with Lewy bodies. Large scale data sets would allow first-of-its-kind enhanced profiling in multi-path analyses key midlife factors... more »