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Above: Pattern of Typing Cadence in 52-year-old male with Parkinson’s. Source: NeuraMetrix _____ Time for SharpBrains’ first eNewsletter in 2018, offering a fascinating sneek peek into the rapidly growing toolkit to measure and improve brain health. (And don’t miss the fun teaser at the end!) New thinking: Brainnovations Winner Jan Samzelius on why monitoring Typing…

via Update: Why monitoring Typing Cadence may help detect early Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Disease — SharpBrains

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