Researchers at University College Hospital and the Moorfields Eye Hospital say this eye test represents the first instance where such early detection has been possible.
Scientists suggest that advanced scanning technology could help detect heart disease in high-risk patients.
The "Fastball EEG" dementia assessment is a passive, completely non-invasive test that measures patients’ brain waves.
A simple, fast new test developed at Mass General Brigham can detect the earliest changes in daily functioning in people at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Scientists say this groundbreaking device can spot inflammatory biomarkers of the disease in the skin with great accuracy.
Scientists demonstrated that a protein called GFAP could serve as a prospective biomarker for catching Alzheimer's disease.