Giovedì, 20 Settembre 2018
RIMINI

Alzheimer's, headaches findings presented in Italy

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ß ßß(ANSA) - Rimini, October 8 - Studies presented Monday at a
neurological conference in the northern Italian coastal city of
Rimini promise insight into Alzheimers, Parkinsons Disease and
headaches.
Speaking at the Congress of the Italian Neurological
Society, one researcher claimed to have discovered a way to
diagnose Alzheimer's disease very early - at its onset or even
years before symptoms begin to show.
Alessandro Padovani, director of the neurological
department of Brescia's Riuniti Hospital, says the method of
identifying "at risk" individuals can help doctors identify
treatments for them to prevent the onset of dementia.
Another study presented at the conference found that women
suffer 70% of all headaches, but that slightly more males suffer
the so-called "weekend headache" - a headache experienced in a
moment of relaxation after a period of stress.ß
Research led by Carlo Lissotto, head of the head-pain
department of the Santa Maria deli Angeli hospital in the
northeastern Italian city of Pordenone found that 52.6% of those
who suffer the weekend headache are men.

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