Test Diagnoses Dementia While You Sleep by Estimating Your Brain Age

Researchers at Harvard have discovered a novel diagnostic marker of dementia for identifying undiagnosed patients or those most at risk of developing the neurodegenerative condition.

Termed the Brain Age Index, or BAI, the diagnostic model is powered by artificial intelligence and generates a readout based on the difference between a person’s…

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