Herpes Infection Doubles The Alzheimer’s Risk, Says Study

October 25, 2014 6:00 AM

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According to the latest research, herpes simplex virus could elevate the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Umea University reported that this new finding could help scientist to slow the degenerative disease spread. Another study also reported the same.

Herpes causes common cold sores and is common in many populations. There are numerous studies reporting towards the idea that development of Alzheimer’s disease in the old age could depend on the infections of earlier lives. Researchers found that having the antibodies against herpes could double th...

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