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Falling may be an early sign of Alzheimer's, according to new research. Older people whose brain scans showed signs of amyloid - an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease - but who were otherwise healthy, had twice the risk of falls as people without brain amyloid, found a study being presented Sunday at the Alzheimer's Association 's annual ...



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