Neurogenesis and Alzheimer’s Disease

Neurogenesis and Alzheimer’s Disease

It seems intuitive to consider neurogenesis, the growth of new brain cells, to be something that would be good for the brain. Perhaps it’s a bit more of a stretch to think that neurogenesis might be a good thing to have happening onboard as a hedge against Alzheimer’s disease. No question, this has been part of my messaging for the past several years. Now, a new study makes this connection even more substantiated.

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