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Peanut Butter

Researchers Use Peanut Butter to Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

Florida researchers have come up with a novel way to help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. They use peanut butter and a ruler.

These unusual tools provide a way for scientists to test subjects for smell sensitivity, according to ScienceDaily. In Alzheimer’s patients, one of the first locations in the brain to experience degeneration is… Researchers Use Peanut Butter to Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease   



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