Transcript for New Study Claims High Use of Cholesterol-Lowering Statins Lowers Risk of Alzheimer's
To the index. And a new clue tonight in fighting Alzheimer's disease. High use of cholesterol lowering statins is now tied to a lower risk of Alzheimer's for patients over the age of 65. Researchers say women taking statins for at least 2 1/2 years had a 15% lower risk. For men, 12% lower. Doctors say more research is needed. The study appears in the journal Jama neurology. Authorities searching for up to four armed suspects wanted for ambushing this armored truck on a highway in France between Paris and Lyon, stealing $1.5 million in gold. They set at least one of their cars and other vehicles on fire while making their getaway. A famous author in hot water tonight. Sarah Gruen purchasing 150 popular toyed called hatch chi malls. Reresold them, making a $6,000 profit. She says she's using the money to help someone who she says is wrongly abused. Meryl Streep received her record 30th golden globe nomination today, honored for her role in "Florence foster Jenkins." "La la land" receiving seven nominations. ABC's "American crime" with the most TV nominations," with five. Congrats to all. When we come back, made in
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