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Alzheimer's disease in humans and other animals—A consequence of postreproductive life span and longevity rather than aging

Two diseases of the modern world—Alzheimer’s and diabetes mellitus—are linked by epidemiology, genetics, and molecular pathogenesis. They may also be linked by the remarkable observation that insulin signaling sets the limits on longevity. In worms, flies, and mice, disrupting insulin signaling increases life span leading some to speculate that caloric Read & Research Alzheimer’s More

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