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Caffeine Boosts Enzyme That Could Protect Against Dementia, 24 Compounds Reduce Impact Of Harmful Proteins In The Brain

A study by Indiana University researchers has identified 24 compounds — including caffeine — with the potential to boost an enzyme in the brain shown to protect against dementia. The protective effect of the enzyme, called NMNAT2, was discovered last year through research conducted at IU Bloomington. The new study

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