A new study recently claimed that if a person can take one one influenza vaccine then the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease will reduced by 40% compare to non non-vaccinated individual.

According to Bukhbinder, member of  Schulz’s research team, “The rate of developing Alzheimer’s was lowest among those who consistently received the flu vaccine every year,”

A group of Professor has made the revealation after a new study in Neurology at McGovern Medical School.

Earlier this the UTHealth Houston researchers found a possible link between the flu vaccine and reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

During Study, it has been found that about 5.1% of flu-vaccinated patients have developed Alzheimer’s disease within them.

As per study, When it comes for non-vaccinated patients chances for developing Alzheimer’s disease rise by 8.5%.

The Study Data says that Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 6 million people living in the U.S. only.

Infacts, these results underscore the strong protective effect of the flu vaccine against Alzheimer’s disease.