Self-Diagnosis: Detect Alzheimer’s with the Peanut Butter Smelling Test
Self-Diagnosis: Detect Alzheimer’s with the Peanut Butter Smelling Test
February 4, 2016
by Lisa TreadwellOf course, you’d never want to put too much stock into such a simple process. But, a University of Florida Health researcher believes she has discovered an easy way for folks to conduct a private test for Alzheimer’s disease at home.

Please keep in mind that this is not an effective tool for definitive diagnosis. But it can help a person or family member decide whether to schedule an appointment with an Indianapolis doctor for an expert opinion.

Alzheimer’s Self-Diagnosis: Peanut Butter Test

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