Deep Learning Artificial Intelligence Can Scan for Alzheimer’s Disease with Near 100% Accuracy

The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is complex and inaccurate. Scientists in Lithuania used artificial intelligence combined with Deep Learning to modify an existing scanning algorithm to identify and classify AD with nearly 100% accuracy. Deep Learning https://www.ibm.com/cloud/learn/deep-learning. Deep learning … Continue reading

Would You Believe that Half of all Adult Americans Have Received the First Vaccine?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 130 million American adults had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. That is slightly over 50% of adults over 18 years of age in the United States. Given … Continue reading

A Blood Test to Determine Alzheimer’s Disease?

For years, doctors and medical scientists have told us that the only true way to know if a person has Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is to do an autopsy and analyze the brain. This is not a good way to predict … Continue reading

80,000 Americans Will Die of Coronavirus in Three Weeks, Really?

21 days divided into 80,000 means that 3,810 people will succumb to the virus every day until the 23rd of January. Is that realistic? Probably not! Is it hyping a scare tactic based on a single point of data? Most … Continue reading

Coronavirus Deaths to Almost Double in Three Months?

CNN had a headline this week stating that COVID-19 deaths will rise almost 80% by February. This is based on an influential model – I do not understand why the model from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at … Continue reading

Coronavirus Vaccine Between a Rock and a Hard Place?

We have been hearing that the COVID-19 vaccine will mean a return to a normal life. It is right around the corner. It could be here before the Fall Elections. It might even be free! But… The big ‘but’ is … Continue reading

Closer to Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease Years in Advance

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has been extremely difficult, if not impossible, to diagnose early – years before it manifests symptoms. There might be an opening with the help of Spanish scientists. Causes of Alzheimer’s disease One of the causes of AD … Continue reading

Another Step Closer to Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the most common disease associated with dementia. It affects over five million Americans. It has been a difficult disease to diagnose, even when people have early stages of cognitive difficulty. Recently published research in the Journal … Continue reading

What Did the Last Annual Survey of Your Health Reveal?

We have all completed surveys. They are a form of statistical analysis. The U. S. Census is a survey, for example. The results of a survey are used to predict patterns or behaviors. Do you have an annual physical? Many … Continue reading