1.03.2008

Finding Alzheimer's Early in 2008
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Scientists are beginning to realize that finding Alzheimer's earlier is the key to developing a preventative strategy.

It's possible that the destructive seeds of the disease are germinated decades before recognized onset. By then, it's almost too little, too late.

For that reason, developing a proactive approach earlier may yield dividends.

If your brain's processing speed begins to slow and the pace accelerates, that could be cause for concern.

For this self-monitoring is key. Some decline is normal with aging. Rapid decline is not. You would not want to carry 100 pounds of excess weight for 30 years and then find that your life expectancy is compromised. Well, it's the same for the brain

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