Tag Archives: Likely

MRI brain scans better ID people likely to develop Alzheimer’s

Common clinical tests are no match for MRI brain exams when it comes to predicting which patients will develop Alzheimer’s disease. That’s among the findings of a study that will be presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, running from November 25 to 30 in Chicago. According to researchers, common… Read More »

Black Caregivers Less Likely to Suffer From Depression

Caring for a loved one with cancer can be emotionally taxing. But Black caregivers are less likely to experience distress or depression than white caregivers, according to new findings presented at the 11th American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Cancer Conference, reports AACR. Researchers enrolled 44 African-American and 46 white informal caregivers—family or friends as… Read More »