Flashing Light Into Eyes Lowers Buildup of Alzheimer’s Amyloid Plaques

A few years ago scientists discovered that directing flashing light at 40 Hertz (cycles per second) into the eyes and noises into the ears of mice with Alzheimer’s disease led to a marked decline in amyloid plaques in their brains. The mechanism making this happen was pretty much a matter of speculation, so researchers at Georgia Tech an (Read more...)

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