Alzheimer's Early Signs: Declining Sense of Smell Could Be First Warning of Decline, Not Memory Loss

Researchers have determined that a hindered sense of smell could be the first early warning sign of impending Alzheimer’s disease by as much as a decade before memory loss begins, the Independent reports. Since early diagnosis is crucial for staving off the disease, this could be a huge help in determining what therapies are needed early on, the scientists said. With Alzheimer’s disease at epic proportions — it’s projected that in the next 20 years it will affect 1...

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