Tag: Alzheimer’s disease
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Exposure to fluoride aggravates the impairment in learning and memory and neuropathological lesions in mice carrying the APP/PS1 double-transgenic mutation.
Aluminium and fluoride in drinking water in relation to later dementia risk.
References Livingston, G, Sommerlad, A, Orgeta, V, Costafreda, SG, Huntley, J, Ames, D, et al. Dementia prevention, intervention, and care. Lancet; 390(10113): 2673–734. CrossRef | Google Scholar Russ, TC, Gatz, M, Pedersen, NL, Hannah, J, Wyper, G, Batty, GD, et al. Geographical variation in dementia: examining the role of environmental factors in Sweden and Scotland. […]
Potential Role of Fluoride in the Etiopathogenesis of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Neuroprotective effect of berberine against environmental heavy metals-induced neurotoxicity and Alzheimer’s-like disease in rats.
Toxin-induced blood vessel inclusions caused by the chronic administration of Aluminum and Sodium fluoride and their implications for dementia
NEWSPAPER REPORTS ON THIS ARTICLE: The Wall Street Journal | October 28, 1992 By Marilyn Chase, Staff Reporter Rat Studies Link Brain Cell Damage With Aluminum and Fluoride in Water ANAHEIM, Calif. – A team of New York scientists said rat studies offer preliminary evidence that aluminum, when administered in drinking water, may be linked […]
Chronic administration of aluminum-fluoride or sodium-fluoride to rats in drinking water: alterations in neuronal and cerebrovascular integrity
“While the small amount of AlF in the drinking water of rats required for neurotoxic effects is surprising, perhaps even more surprising are the neurotoxic results of NaF at the dose given in the present study [1.0 ppm F]… The results of the present study indicate that more intensive neuropathological evaluations of F effects on […]