Alzheimer’s Falls More Heavily on Women Than on Men – an article published in Scientific American – 12/16

Distinct biological and genetic factors may shape how it progresses in women—and understanding them could be crucial to prevention, diagnosis and treatment

By Heather M. Snyder on December 28, 2016

This woman, Auguste Deter, was the first to be described by Alois Alzheimer with the disease that would one day bear his name. Credit: Public Domain

Dr. Heather Snyder works for the Alzheimer’s Association and appeared as a Guest Blogger on Scientific American’s Blog. See full article link below:

 https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/mind-guest-blog/alzheimers-falls-more-heavily-on-women-than-on-men/?WT.mc_id=enews2017_01_04&utm_source=enews-aff-37&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=enews-2017-01-04

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