1. Change in memory test scoring could help catch Alzheimer's earlier in women  NBCNews.com
  2. Memory problems may be missed in women because they perform better in certain tests  Daily Mail
  3. Should scores on mild cognitive impairment tests be adjusted for sex?  Medical Xpress
  4. Dementia symptoms: Five ways you can prevent vascular dementia  Express
  5. How to live longer: The ‘superfood’ proven to boost brain and heart health  Express
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How to spot early Alzheimer's symptoms: By tweaking Alzheimer's screening tests, more women may be diagnosed at an early stage of the disease, new study finds.New research suggests that adjusting memory test scoring could help identify more women with mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to Alzheimer's.

Using sex-specific scores on memory tests may change who gets diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) by 20 percent, with possibly more women and fewer men being diagnosed, according to a study ...

Should scores on mild cognitive impairment tests be adjusted for sex?

Dr Erin Sundermann, first author of the study published in the journal Neurology from the University of California, San Diego, said: 'If these results are confirmed, they have vital implications.'Dr Erin Sundermann, first author of the study published in the journal Neurology from the University of California, San Diego, said: 'If these results are confirmed, they have vital implications.'

Memory problems may be missed in women because they perform better in certain tests | Daily Mail Online

HOW TO live longer: It is well known that eating a healthy, balanced diet can reduce a person’s risk of developing serious health complications. A certain superfood has been touted for its myriad health benefits - what is it? HOW TO live longer: It is well known that eating a healthy, balanced diet can reduce a person’s risk of developing serious health complications. A certain superfood has been touted for its myriad health benefits - what is it?

How to live longer: Turmeric may increase life expectancy - here’s how | Express.co.uk

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