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Research shows that the prevalence of dementia has fallen in the United States

Added: 17.06.2018 12:45 | 1 views | 0 comments

After age 65, most people will have more than a dozen years of good cognitive health.

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Prevalence of dementia in the U.S. is declining, research reveals

Added: 17.06.2018 2:45 | 1 views | 0 comments

The average person has more than a dozen years of good cognitive health after age 65, according to a recent study. And that time span has been expanding over the past decade.

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Can an app tell if you have dementia years before your doctor?

Added: 17.06.2018 1:56 | 43 views | 0 comments

Many games and apps claim to identify the earliest signs of dementia – if they work, we might be able to catch the condition early enough to treat it

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Over 40s health check to include dementia advice

Added: 16.06.2018 4:58 | 20 views | 0 comments

Public Health England wants to give advice to patients to help reduce the risk of the condition.

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Dreaming may keep dementia at bay

Added: 15.06.2018 16:50 | 7 views | 0 comments

A new study finds that insufficient REM sleep - the sleep phase wherein we do most of our dreaming - is strongly linked with an increased risk of dementia.

From: www.medicalnewstoday.com

The truth about spices: Is it time to ditch the turmeric latte?

Added: 15.06.2018 11:59 | 0 views | 0 comments

Spices are causing a stir as cheap and easy cure-alls for everything from diabetes to dementia, but not all the claims live up to the hype

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Can an app tell if you have dementia years before your doctor?

Added: 15.06.2018 2:28 | 0 views | 0 comments

Many games and apps claim to identify the earliest signs of dementia – if they work, we might be able to catch the condition early enough to treat it

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Heart-healthy middle age tied to lower risk of dementia

Added: 15.06.2018 2:12 | 2 views | 0 comments

Study finds that modifiable vascular risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and smoking in mid-life are tied to higher risk of dementia later.

From: www.medicalnewstoday.com

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