Columbia University Medical Center
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell
High Vitamin-E Dose Slows Decline in Alzheimer's Patients, Study Finds
January 2, 2014

Scott Small, an Alzheimer's expert at Columbia University in New York who wasn't involved in the research, said he might consider using vitamin E for some of his Alzheimer's patients. But he said healthy people worried about developing Alzheimer's should exercise and eat healthy foods rather than take supplements. Dr. Small said there is evidence that the part of the brain associated with age-related memory loss benefits from physical exercise.

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