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Tag: Alzheimer’s disease

1/11/2015

Sunday summary of other noteworthy health care news

2 12/22/2014

Monday health news roundup: mostly gems, one dud

8/7/2014

Wording on “Low vitamin D boosts Alzheimer’s/dementia risk” is wrong

7/8/2014

What does an 87% accurate Alzheimer’s test mean? Not much without positive predictive value.

3/10/2014

On Alzheimer’s study, standout stories evaluated both evidence & ethics

1/2/2014

Too many unaddressed questions in too many stories about vitamin E for Alzheimer’s

12/17/2013

Premature Alzheimer’s drug predictions – and Reuters plays right along

1 10/14/2013

News coverage of peanut butter Alzheimer’s test doesn’t stick

1 10/4/2013

Imbalance in reporting on Alzheimer’s PET scan research

5/27/2013

Mice confused by Alzheimer’s research – our 3rd “whom to believe?” example this month