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Alzheimer’s: Dressing scruffy, parking badly and swearing are signs of disease

While memory loss, confusion and disorientation are all well-known signs of Alzheimer’s disease, experts have also discovered dozens of subtle behaviours that could point to the condition.

From preferring slapstick comedy to wearing scruffy clothes, research suggests there are many changes that could hint at the early stages of Alzheimer’s before the characteristic forgetfulness sets in.

And now they’ve uncovered another.

Researchers from the University of Southern California (USC), in Los Angeles, found elderly people who were more willing to give away money to a person they do not know are more at risk of the disease.

Alzheimer’s affects around 850,000 people in the UK and 5.8million in the US but experts fear rates are going to soar across the world in the coming decades, with…


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