Some brains age healthier than others; researchers at Hamilton's McMaster University receive $12M to figure out why

Some brains age healthier than others; researchers at Hamilton's McMaster University receive $12M to figure out why

Some brains age healthier than others; researchers at Hamilton’s McMaster University receive $12M to figure out why Published November 25, 2021 at 11:35 am A study hosted by Hamilton’s McMaster University received a $12 million grant as researchers look to explore why some individuals go through a healthier ageing process than others. The Weston Family Foundation is awarding the money to the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA), for a new initiative that will shed light on the many factors that influence brain health as we age, including lifestyle and the human microbiome. The Healthy Brains, Healthy Aging Initiative will feature a cohort of 6,000 research participants who are currently enrolled in the CLSA. It marks the first time a national study of ageing in Canada has introduced both brain …
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