Eating Disorder Resource; Blood Test For Alzheimer’s

Eating disorder patients may have a new treatment available according to researchers from the UK and Korea, who stated that oxytocin may help in decreasing fixations with food; how US health plans view the cost/economic benefits has not yet been studied

Susceptibility to Alzheimer’s disease can now be tested through a simple blood test, but is still a few years away from clinical trials 

The Alzheimer’s Association recently reported that women are nearly twice as likely to develop Alzheimer, making new protein blood tests even more necessary

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