Good news for Tropicana and the rest of us
Researchers found that drinking juice four or more times a week is associated with a 76 percent lower rate of Alzheimer’s, according to the BBC. And, as Mickey points out, that’s consistent with the report from today’s New York Times:
[R]ecent studies find that genes may not be so important in determining how long someone will live and whether a person will get some diseases Ã‚Â— except, perhaps, in some exceptionally long-lived families.
Taken together, this is good news for those who weren’t lucky enough to be born with great genes. Drink up!August 31, 2006