Mayo Clinic Minute: Is Alzheimer's Type 3 diabetes?

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Are some cases of Alzheimer’s disease triggered by a form of diabetes in the brain? Perhaps they are, according to researchers. Mayo Clinic’s campuses in Rochester, Minnesota, and Jacksonville, Florida, recently participated in a multi-institution clinical study, testing whether a new insulin nasal spray can improve Alzheimer’s symptoms.

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Dr. Habib talks about type 3 diabetes, Alzheimer’s and how to prevent it.

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3 Comments

  1. Robert F

    Or simply switch to a raw vegan diet

  2. K. B.

    😊 Very helpful for self-care. Thank you! Nowadays, too many Drs do autopilot to ask patients to answer yes-no questions and perform medication refilled.

  3. HIGHLANDER GOOGLE GLOBAL

    Wow what a scientific approach with human intelligence very well defined…genius

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