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Daytime sleepiness may indicate a higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease

In the journals Are you excessively sleepy during the day? If so, you may have a higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a recent study published online Sept. 5, 2018, by the journal Sleep. Scientists asked 124 healthy older adults, average age 60, about how often they felt drowsy or fell asleep during the day when they would rather be awake, as well as their napping habits. The group then had regular…

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