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Signs of deadly neurological disease in teeth, a Study Shows 

Signs of deadly neurological disease in teeth, a Study Shows 

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a condition that usually manifests when someone is in their 50s or 60s.

The cause is not known, and there is no test to predict its onset.

Signs of deadly neurological disease in teeth, a Study Shows 
Signs of deadly neurological disease in teeth, a Study Shows

Genetic studies have not revealed a great deal yet, and while experts believe environmental factors play a big role in the development of the disease, there have been no clear indications of which ones.

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A recent study from Mount Sinai and elsewhere found biological markers that relate to this degenerative and often fatal neurological disease.

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The researchers found the markers in the teeth of children patients who went on to develop ALS as adults.

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