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Dementia And Its Symptoms, Types And Causes



Dementia in its many forms is one of the most worrying conditions in today’s society. We would like to offer advice about prevention, symptoms to be aware of and how to care for loved ones.

Dementia Related Articles

Dementia Will Affect 1 in 3 Britons Born This Year
A new report commissioned by Alzheimer’s Research UK says that 1 in 3 people born this year will develop dementia
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Size of the Brain’s Hippocampus May Indicate Dementia Risk
A new study has shown that the size of the brain’s hippocampi is positively associated with how well a person
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NICE Advises the Middle-Aged to Reduce Dementia Risk with Lifestyle Changes
The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has released new guidance urging the public – particularly middle-aged people
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Stronger Legs May Mean a Healthier Brain in Old Age
Scientists from King’s College London say that healthy legs may be linked to a healthy brain. They found older women
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Darkening Sense of Humour Could Indicate Impending Dementia
An increasingly warped sense of humour could be one of the early signs of dementia. In a new study, UK
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Research Indicates that Smoking Ages the Brain Faster
It is widely known that smoking ages the skin, but now research has revealed that it also ages the brain.
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