Comments on “COVID-19 increases risk of developing Alzheimer’s in older adults within one year by 80%”

  1. H says:
    09/14/2022 at 12:43 PM

    Is it covid infection or vaccines causing this anticipated and current rise in Alzeimers? Too bad the study is not including vaccine status and number of doses. This age group of over 65 is the most heavily vaccinated and boosted. My 86 year old father has suffered a near immediate decline in his physical health and stamina following his booster as well as new onset memory loss. He never had covid.

    1. Jd says:
      09/14/2022 at 2:20 PM

      Same here they can’t remember anything after being vaccinated. Never had covid.

    2. Me says:
      09/15/2022 at 1:16 PM

      We know exactly what caused this spike…. They are too afraid to say it for fear of retaliation by the genocidal maniacs running the Country. I would bet my life that this is 100% directly related to the vaccine…. Yet- they keep pushing it- people are being dumbed down to not be able to think for themselves. Not to say that having Had COV 19 without being vaxed doesn’t still carry some long term effects ….. but the correlation is crystal clear!!

      1. John Smith says:
        09/16/2022 at 12:14 AM

        You are a drumpf-supporting IDIOT. I hope you get fatal covid !

      2. Adriana Scrima says:
        09/16/2022 at 1:41 PM

        Typical left wing response, calling everyone names for not supporting the left’s agenda, which by the way it has failed !!! Almost everyone that was vaccinated and boosted got Covid and some 2 and 3 times !!!

    3. Upstream says:
      09/15/2022 at 3:09 PM

      Did you even read the article? They are measuring the effect of having been infected with COVID -19 vs not having being infected with COVID_19 on incidence of Alzheimer. Unless you want to argue vaccination increases the risk of contracting COVID-19 it doesn’t have an impact.

      Vaccination status could certainly be a subject of study but not relevant to accounting for data in study. Americans have complete lake of logic reason and scientific thinking skills.

      1. Jay says:
        09/15/2022 at 6:41 PM

        Well, there very well may be a connection and reason why the shot is relevant here. The common denominator is the spike protein, which does not stay at the injection site like we were told it did. Pfizer’s own bio-distribution data show that it spreads throughout the body.

    4. Robin says:
      09/15/2022 at 3:50 PM

      And my 91 year old MIL has never had COVID AND has received all her boosters without issue 🤷‍♀️

  2. Neve says:
    09/14/2022 at 1:08 PM

    I suspected that catching Covid affected health long term; this virus is man made iea bio weapon and wellbeing designed to harm people as much as possible. I have noticed surprising new memory lapses since having Covid a few weeks ago; never had one before. I am in my 50s. It is worrying, horrifying. Who knows what other damage this weapon is doing to people. I also am a lot weaker I feel since I got Covid; can’t walk as far or lift as much all suddenly happened. Of course the injections are weapons also with even children dying of heart problems after being ‘vaccinated’ Eugenicists ruke the world eg WEF, Gates and many more including the new King of the UK….(keen WEF member with Schwab who openly say that mist if the human race is ‘useless’..

  3. BKMart says:
    09/14/2022 at 1:11 PM

    No mention of a gene altering mass experiment using the general public as guinea pigs in that article, I wonder why?

    1. DANTE MARCIANI says:
      09/15/2022 at 2:03 PM

      Actually genetic factors in sporadic AD are rare. The reason for why mutations that triggered AD has been largely identified. But age is the common factor in sporadic disease, although some risk factors exist, they do not affect directly the structure of amyloid beta. But, plaque is not a causative agent, but most likely a protective one.

  4. Jim mungi says:
    09/14/2022 at 1:50 PM

    Take another booster or two and clear the mind fog. Pfizer needs to lawyer up.

  5. Jim says:
    09/14/2022 at 9:18 PM

    Seems like Mr Biden must have been the first to get the disease.

  6. Babsan says:
    09/15/2022 at 1:37 PM

    Sounds like America’s and worlds future is all taken care of,dead,dying or Alzheimers,what a future

    09/15/2022 at 1:56 PM

    Interesting, yet not surprising. The reports of loss of smell were already a red flag. But COVID-19 is not the only infectious agent triggering AD, indeed, herpes and some bacteria and parasites, have been associated with the disease. Likely the result of formation of aberrant amyloid oligomers, not plaque, combined with inflammation and a decrease in the immune system capacity to block these oligomers as we age. Therefore, an effective way to avoid AD, is by preventive vaccination. An effort that has been a victim or poor science, parochialism, and other factors. Considering the nature of this disease, treatment will be quite difficult and it possibly, costly. Perhaps, it is time to accept and remedy the mistakes of the past, rather than ignoring them.

  8. Stanton Mesh says:
    09/15/2022 at 1:59 PM

    I am not a Dr. I am and Engineer who did graduate school in statistics. It appears Darwin’s theory of evolution is hard at work here. Many of those opposed to the vaccine have their excuses. I understand “some” of them. Unfortunately I started tracking stats in January of 2020 while in southeast Asia when we were calling it the Wuhan Flu. I do stats for a local physician and several epidemiologists. Two plus years later and I have lost several friends and two neighbors to the virus. All were “anti vaccine”. The numbers that I have collected and published have shown the vaccines to be quite effective and contrary to popular “rumor, myth or lies” they are not responsible for mass deaths and extended hospital stays. Covid-19 is. Be aware that “long Covid” will place a strain on our medical systems and the families it affects.


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