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Unread 12-23-2011, 08:20 AM   #1
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(Psych Central News) Size may matter in predicting the chance for Alzheimer’s disease as new research suggests an association between the size of various brain regions and the risk for very early Alzheimer’s disease. The study suggests people with smaller regions of the brain’s cortex may be at risk. Researchers have published their findings in the online issue [...]

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Interesting...I wonder if doctors should require a brain scan of middle agers who have a family member with Alz, in order to keep a base line for future reference...
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