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Doctors use broken bones to help unmask dementia in elderly patients who may otherwise not be diagnosed | UPDATED: 01:14 GMT, 10 December 2012 Brain impairment caused by conditions such as Alzheimer's makes falling over and suffering breaks more likely Doctors are using broken wrists to diagnose dementia in elderly patients. They say brain impairment caused by conditions like Alzheimer's make falling over more likely, yet many older people with broken bones remain undiagnosed. They often get advice on how to strengthen their bones, but little effort is made to identify problems with dementia, it is claimed.

Men are better at identifying car parts than their own anatomy

Is that a dipstick Men are better at identifying car parts than their own anatomy Survey found 90% of men can locate a car’s oil dipstick but only half can identify key parts of their anatomy Some men thought vital sexual organs were in the earMen at risk of sexual health problems they don't recognise digg] | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 6 December 2012 Only half of men are able to identify key parts of their anatomy, a survey suggests More men know what happens under their car bonnet than their Y- fronts, new research suggests.