Why Alzheimer's in women is being missed: Their better memory of words means early signs of the disease go undetected

They have a reputation for being good listeners. 
But women's superior memory for words could be stopping them from being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Research shows that females do better than males on memory tests – despite have their brains have deteriorated to the same extent.
The find suggests that the female brain has an inbuilt buffer against the early symptoms of Alzheimer's – meaning the disease is not spotted until later in its course.
This means they may be missing out on vital treatment and support.
Scientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York gave... read more

6 October 2016 in Health, Views: 51
Source: Daily Mail

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