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Researchers May Have Actually Developed a Vaccine to Prevent Alzheimer's

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If there is one thing that all people all over the world 100 percent totally and completely agree on, it is the fact that vaccines are good. OK, I'm being facetious, but go with me here because there is potentially a new vaccine on the horizon that I don't think many will scoff at. 

Researchers at the University of New Mexico believe they may have actually found a way to prevent Alzheimer's disease, a devastating progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys a person's memory and cognitive skills, according to the National Institute on Aging. Alzheimer's most frequently appears in people in their mid-60s and is one of the most common causes of dementia in older adults. 

Alzheimer's most frequently appears in people in their mid-60s and is one of the most common causes of dementia in older adults. And as of right now, there is no cure for the disease. But that might be changing in a few short years.