New studies may make in vitro fertilization easier and more affordable — and the dangers of iron in red meat

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(PIX11) — New studies in Europe and the US may also make in vitro fertilization cheaper and more accessible to a wider population — the cost may go down from thousands of dollars to only $265.

A study at UCLA reveals that red meat could be linked to Alzheimers.

The study shows that eating too much red meat, or taking in excess iron may build up in the part of the brain where Alzheimer develops in its early stages.