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Wellness Wednesday: How AI-powered blood testing can help with early detection of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer's disease causes atrophy of brain tissue. The discovery that lymph vessels near the brain's surface help remove waste suggests glitches in the lymph system might be involved in Alzheimer's and a variety of other brain diseases.
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Alzheimer's disease causes atrophy of brain tissue. The discovery that lymph vessels near the brain's surface help remove waste suggests glitches in the lymph system might be involved in Alzheimer's and a variety of other brain diseases.

What role does AI play in detecting early signs of Alzheimer’s?

How does AI-powered blood testing promote the shift from treatment of symptoms to prevention?

This method is considered non-invasive, cheap and efficient, does it have the same accuracy as the current cerebrospinal fluid diagnostic method?

Protein is necessary for every body. While some may think its main use is to build muscle, it’s necessary for digesting food and fighting infections.

However, our protein needs change as we age.

Since people first became aware of the disease, significant strides have been made in the treatment of HIV/AIDS.

However, challenges still remain. These include disparities in those who need the most care being able to access it.

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