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heavy metals having the greatest effect, then pesticides, air pollution, commercial/industrial pollutants, and finally antimicrobial with almost not influence. The authors discuss in the first section the details of the experiment, tests, and results in the category of heavy metals. They go on to address similar procedures with pesticides, the second most effective category. Finally, the authors address similar procedures in the categories of air pollutants, commercial/ industrial pollutants, and antimicrobials. The authors end with the conclusion that certain environmental factors can be considered a cause for AD, there is still much room for speculation about doses, genetics, and treatments. The goal of this article is to discuss the findings of a study investigating the influence of environmental factors on AD. This study may be useful in looking into causes for AD, but it may be limited by the fact that it was focused on environmental factors and excluded genetics. However, it clearly addresses how these factors affected chemicals in the brain that could possibly be linked to depression with further research. Rabheru, K. (2004, November 1). Depression in Dementia: Diagnosis and Treatment. Retrieved August 6, 2018, from Psychiatric Times website: Rabheru begins the article with an introduction discussing the statistics of those elderly people suffering from depression, dementia, and depression coupled with dementia. He goes on to address the diagnostic difficulties, including that depression is difficult to diagnose in patients who already have dementia. He adds that, “Depressive symptoms may be present in patients with AD in the absence of major depression.” He then states a few methods for diagnosis of dementia and further statistics about elderly people with
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both depression and AD. Finally, Rabheru notes that antidepressant treatments have been
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