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Blacks are at higher risk for Alzheimer's, but why?

Blacks are at higher risk for Alzheimer's, but why?

provides funding as a founding partner of The Conversation US.Blacks are at higher risk for several health conditions in the U.S. This is true for heart disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes and stroke, which are often chronic diseases. And it is also for Alzheimer’s disease, in which than whites.So, why do these disparities exist, especially in Alzheimer’s disease, which isn’t typically considered a chronic disease but a progressive one, or one that worsens over time?Some researchers attribute the gap to both societal and systemic factors related to . Other factors such as stress, diet,...

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