An elderly senior adult woman with progressively deteriorating dementia is smiling absent-mindedly as she looks out the restaurant window during breakfast.
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It's common for people to think dementia and Alzheimer's disease are just two terms for exactly the same thing - but they aren't. As Professor Graham Stokes, Bupa's global director for Dementia Care,...
Most people associate the early stages of dementia with symptoms such as getting confused or struggling to recall details, but now scientists have revealed something that could be far more telling. T...
A drug commonly used to treat type 2 Diabetes has successfully stopped Parkinson's in its tracks, leading scientists to believe that in the future they could actually treat the disease rather than jus...
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Scientists have long believed that Alzheimer's erases memories, but a new study has suggested that in fact they are kept in the brain but are 'locked away' by the disease. This is after a team at Colu...
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And it’s only going to get worse!
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Eating less sugar and more vegetables and fish might reduce inattention and impulsivity, new research suggests.
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Mental sharpness begins to decline as early as a woman's 50s.
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It's all thanks to reduced inflammation.
Researchers followed more than 2,300 Finnish men for more than 20 years.