A steady hand


People with mild Alzheimer’s disease drive as well as teenagers, or as drinkers just under the legal alcohol limit, according to a study by Richard Dubinsky of the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansa City (Neurology, vol 5, p 2205). He believes that they should be allowed to continue driving. “The risk is no different than other segments of society that we tolerate,” he says. But patients should be carefully monitored: people who develop more serious Alzheimer’s have up to seven times as many accidents as their peers,
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