The Connection Between Insulin and Alzheimer's

Published Online: Thursday, December 22, 2011
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Watch as Suzanne Craft, PhD, of the University of Washington School of Medicine, talks about the role that insulin plays in the brain and how unhealthy insulin levels may be eminently treatable by modifying diet and exercise in this video, which is part of The Alzheimer’s Project, a series of 15 films from HBO designed to provide “an in-depth look into the scientific advances being made in research and medical understanding of the disease.”

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