Low BMI Linked to Alzheimer's and Death After Surgery

Maintaining a low Body Mass Index, or BMI, has long been considered a healthy practice for the general population, but two new studies have suggested links between low BMI and serious health conditions. The first study, published in the journal Neurology found that older people in the earliest stages of Alzheimer's disease are more likely to have lower BMI. "The earliest stages of Alzheimer's are associated with some metabolic dysfunction, as evidence with the differences in BMI," said Dr....Full Story
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