Monitoring tools aim to detect early stages of Alzheimer's

06/19/2007 | USA Today

A $7 million federally funded project that aims to diagnose the risk of Alzheimer's disease more quickly is testing monitoring tools to find early predictors of the disease. Motion sensors can note inconsistencies in activity patterns, pill boxes record if patients forget a medication dose and interactive "kiosks" are used for monthly memory tests.

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