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University College London Research Links Neck Scans to Predicting Alzheimer’s

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As reported in Daily Mail, a five-minute neck scan could predict dementia a decade before symptoms appear, research shows. Measuring someone’s pulse from their neck can predict damage in the brain which causes problems with memory and thinking skills in old age. A British study of more than 3,000 people found those with the most intense pulse in this area were around 50 per cent more likely to suffer rapid cognitive decline over the next ten years

Lead Research/Investigator

Dr. Scott Chiesa

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