Anti-Alzheimer's 'Cocktail' Meets With Disdain

A new study touting the benefits of a nutrient cocktail in preventing Alzheimer's disease is drawing fire from experts who say the results are being misrepresented. The drink, known as Souvenaid, was developed by the French company Danone, known as Dannon in the U.S., and was based on research done at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is not currently on the market. To conduct the study, researchers in the Netherlands gave Souvenaid, which includes B vitamins, phospholipids and...Full Story
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