Drinking water affects Alzheimer's risk?

null A study from France shows people who drank water with high levels of aluminum increased their risk of developing /*Alzheimer's*/ by about twofold. However, silica had the opposite effect.

Experts say those who drank water high in silica decreased their odds of developing Alzheimer's by 11 percent.

Experts say more research is needed to settle the debate over the link between aluminum and silica in drinking water and cognitive impairment.


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