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- There are about 50 million people in the world living with dementia.
- It’s the umbrella term given to the symptoms caused by various diseases — most commonly Alzheimer’s.
- A new neck scan could help determine those most at risk, according to a new study.
- The test measures pulse intensity, which is a risk factor for mini-strokes.
Scientists have come up with a five minute test that they say could help predict a person’s risk of dementia ten years before they develop symptoms.
Researchers from University College London (UCL) presented their study at the American Heart Association’s annual scientific conference last weekend.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- There’s even more evidence that social media increases depression and loneliness
- A new study suggests a bad night’s sleep could be down to one mistake you’re making throughout the day
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