E-Newsletter: March 6, 2017


Not having the ability to identify familiar odors such as smoke, coffee and raspberry can be a sign of memory impairment, which could lead to Alzheimer’s since the disease affects parts of the brain critical for recognizing odors.

Two recent studies suggest that a cost effective “sniff” test could soon be available at doctor’s offices. Results from these quick tests could help with early detection of patients with Alzheimer’s and either suggest the patients needs treatment or further examinations.

Before a cure is identified, this type of testing is imperative in treating the disease.

We hope you enjoy this month’s expert-reviewed articles.

Your ALZinfo Team

Research Articles

Mild Behavioral Impairment May Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

March 3, 2017

Most people think of memory loss when they think of Read More

A Sniff Test for Alzheimer’s Getting Closer

March 3, 2017

An Alzheimer’s test that gauges a person’s ability to detect Read More

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