Reuters (3/13, Carroll) reports researchers found that people with “second- or third-degree relatives with Alzheimer’s” disease may have an increased risk of developing the disease themselves. The findings were published in Neurology. Additional coverage is provided by HealthDay (3/13, Gordon), Healio (3/13, Demko), Newsweek (3/13, Gander), and the Telegraph (UK) (3/13, Knapton).(SOURCE: APA Headlines)
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