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For the study, researchers autopsied the brains of 426 Japanese-American men who were residents of Hawaii and died at an average age of 87 years. Of these, 211 had been diagnosed with dementia when they were alive, 's disease.buted to Alzheimer 's disease.

, diagnose, disease incorrectly incorrectlyNew research shows that Alzheimer 's disease and other dementia diseases incorrectly incorrectly in the elderly, according to initial results, a study of people of Hawaii who had their brains after death autopsied. The research is published today and is used as part a plenary session of the American Academy of Neurology 63rd Meeting Meeting in Honolulu April - 16 April 2014 will be presented. Diagnosis specific dementias in people who are very old is complex, but with the sharp rise in dementia over the next 10 years is expected in the United States, it is increasingly important to correctly recognize, diagnose, prevent, to treat age and cognitive decline, said study author Lon White, with the Kuakini Medical System in Honolulu..The research, which is funded by National Institute of Nursing Research, is part an expanding the field, like Psycho Euro immunology, famous examines interactions between psychological processes and health care. Margaretwallace Kemeny , a professor at the University of California, San Francisco. These results suggested in that can specific nature of the emotionally in response to the object be an important predictive factor, and the stage for further work setting these routes and coping with their clinical implications, she added.

Judith Carroll, who study to University of Pittsburgh done. 'That could explain why some people by heavy loads advice chronic health problem, 'she added.

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Proulx will be able to to declare this process. 'We also want to know whether or not changing the size of GM families with a way by which an organism becomes increasingly complex,'he said. - were released in the trade magazine developing, show Proulx and colleague Patrick Philips, Prof., University of Oregon in, the process of gene family expanding can start even before a gene duplicates.