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New study says COVID could lead to more brain damage than...

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A new study shows that COVID could lead to more brain damage in older people than Alzheimer's disease.A report from the Alzheimer's association...

Dementia: The everyday food item that cuts the risk of Alzheimer's...

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Dementia is incurable and rife - two factors that give rise to a palpable sense of hopelessness. However, there are proven ways to...

Alzheimer's: The natural 'anti-depressant' that 'protects' against cognitive decline

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Dementia continues to be a global health crisis, exhausting resources worldwide. But although pharmaceutical companies have made tremendous efforts to halt the disease,...

Dementia: The popular drink linked to a threefold greater risk of...

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During this period, 97 participants had a stroke, and 81 people developed dementia. The researchers found that people who drank at least one...

Burnley legend Jimmy Robson passes away aged 82 after battle with...

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Burnley legend Jimmy Robson passes away aged 82 after battle with...

Dementia diet: The best fruit to protect against Alzheimer's disease

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Alzhiemer's affects one in 14 people aged 65 or over in the UK, but it can be easily prevented with a few simple...

'Turning point' for Alzheimer's treatment as new drug may get approved...

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BACK in June, the US Food and Drug Administration approved aducanumab (Aduhelm) for the treatment of Alzheimer's - the first in nearly two...

Dementia: The 54p ingredient that increases Alzheimer's risk – tonnes are...

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Dementia plagues families and healthcare systems alike and the burden is set to become more heavy over the coming decades. That's because people...

Alzheimer's breakthrough as nasal spray tipped to pull handbrake on disease

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Brigham and Women's Hospital has announced it would test out the first human trial of a nasal vaccine for Alzheimer's. It will be...

Alzheimer's disease: The vitamin deficiency found in 70% of patients –...

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In terms of Alzheimer’s disease risk, individuals with lower levels of vitamin D were almost 70 percent more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.Those...
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