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Honey linked with decreased risk of dementia in new study - October 17, 2017

Honey could play a part in reducing the risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases in old age, a report has revealed.

One in five dementia cases “caused by pollution” - October 10, 2017

Almost a fifth of Alzheimer’s cases could be caused by breathing in polluted air, experts have said – amid news that dementia is now the biggest killer in the UK.

“Micro-errors” may be early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease, say experts - September 26, 2017

Making small mistakes in day-to-day life might be an early indicator of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

Dementia study highlights importance of keeping fit and healthy - September 19, 2017

A new study has highlighted how a healthy lifestyle can significantly decrease the risk of developing dementia – even if you’re genetically predisposed.

Hours spent in “deep sleep” linked to dementia risk - September 12, 2017

Less “deep sleep” can be linked to a greater chance of developing neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia, according to a new scientific study.

Family’s fundraiser after newly-wed woman develops dementia - September 5, 2017

A family has been left heartbroken after a young ski instructor was diagnosed with dementia in her early 30s.

Virtual reality game becomes part of world’s biggest dementia study - August 29, 2017

The symptoms of dementia will be rigorously tested in a virtual reality (VR) computer game in a new way of diagnosing the neurodegenerative disease.

New therapy could “reawaken” memories in dementia patients, new study suggests - August 1, 2017

A new Alzheimer’s drug could “reawaken” memories after tests showed improved memory recall in mice.

Brain training game shown to improve memory in people with dementia - July 4, 2017

A brain training computer game has been shown to improve the memory of people with early-stage dementia.

Moderate drinking could still raise dementia risk - June 13, 2017

Even drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may do lasting damage to the brain, new research has suggested.


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