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.
Impairment in areas such as problem solving, reaction times, and number recall are more common among people who go on to develop dementia-related diseases.
Researchers from the University of Bern say movement patterns can reveal age-related conditions such as a weakening heart and even dementia.
Scientists say losing the olfactory sense -- a condition called anosmia -- appears to be one of the first symptoms of the disease.
An algorithm can determine whether someone is suffering from anemia simply by looking at a photograph taken on a modern phone.