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Living with Dementia

Memory Skills

Antioxidants may not help people with Alzheimer’s

Daily use of antioxidants including vitamin C and vitamin E didn’t improve thinking and memory skills in people with Alzheimer’s disease, in a new study.

Researchers found that some patients taking antioxidants actually had faster declines in memory over the four-month study compared to those who were given vitamin-free placebo pills.

Some reports have… Antioxidants may not help people with Alzheimer’s   


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