E-Newsletter: January 26, 2016


People often associate Alzheimer’s with forgetfulness and misplacing items in the house, but new research suggests there are other signs that may indicate the onset of Alzheimer’s.

For most people, smelling food encourages appetite. Losing your sense of smell could go hand in hand with a loss of appetite, resulting in weight loss. Sometimes these slight signs may go unnoticed, so it’s important to pay close attention to your elderly loved ones to gauge whether they are showing signs of Alzheimer’s.

We hope you enjoy this month’s issue of expert reviewed articles, sharing more information about new studies indicating warning signs.

Your ALZinfo Team

P.S. Please visit the Fisher Center’s new and improved ALZTalk.org, a free and easy way to make new friends and stay connected with those in the Alzheimer’s community.

Research Articles

A Sniff Test for Alzheimer’s?

January 5, 2016

A poor sense of smell may be a sign of Read More

Rapid Weight Loss After 70 May Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

January 2, 2016

Women who carry a gene that puts them at increased Read More

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