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Cognitive screen paired with odor identification predicts lack of transition to dementia

04:07 EDT 29 Oct 2019 | Science Daily

A new study has found that performing well on two brief tests measuring cognitive ability and ability to identify odors indicates very low risk for Alzheimer's. We know that these tests can help predict the risk of developing dementia, but didn't know if they could help rule out those unlikely to develop Alzheimer's.

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