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But no link found with hayfever medications.
Hackney-born actor Ray Winstone is challenging runners inspired by Virgin Money London Marathon 2018 to secure their place in next year’s event to help raise over £3.5m for dementia research.
A study published yesterday (11 April) suggests fluctuations in the female hormone oestrogen over a woman’s life played a bigger role than age of menopause onset alone.
A nationwide study of 2.8 million people over 36 years in Denmark has found that a person’s risk of developing dementia increases with the number and severity of traumatic brain injuries.
The Scout Association and Alzheimer’s Society unite to empower young people to help those living with dementia
A Vancouver-based research team led by Dr Patrick McGeer, has published a paper suggesting that anti-inflammatory drugs could prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) have upheld a complaint made against Neuronix for their advertising of a medical device in relation to Alzheimer’s disease.
The Health and Social Care Secretary is today giving his first speech since his Department was given full responsibility for social care in January 2018, setting out the seven key principles to reform
Two Alzheimer’s Society colleagues will push themselves to the limit when they embark on one of the world’s greatest treks.
The proportion of care homes rated “inadequate” or “requires improvement” increased in 1 in 5 local authority areas in 2017, according to new analysis by older people’s charity Independent Age.
The Government has today (Monday 12 March) announced a £40 million investment in the UK Dementia Research Institute (DRI).
Son of a woman living with Alzheimer’s praises Sainsbury’s for supporting his mum during the latter months of her employment.
Four world-leading dementia researchers have today (6 March) won a prestigious €1m prize for their contribution to neuroscience.
Robotic seals that respond to touch and speech are a step closer to being introduced onto dementia wards following new research.
This year, Dementia Awareness Week is changing to Dementia Action Week. It will take place from 21-27 May 2018.
Investigation by Which? has found that care homes are failing to provide contracts and may be breaking the law by neglecting to tell residents and their families about important terms and conditions.
On World Hearing Day, the BIHIMA highlight an important new study into the link between hearing loss and the risk of dementia in older adults.
Running legend Ron Hill says he is ready to face ‘the biggest challenge of my life’ after revealing that he is now living with dementia.
On 28 February 2018 we launched the first ever dementia-friendly utilities guide, asking businesses to unite against dementia and commit to better supporting customers affected by the condition.
A report published yesterday (28 February) by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) has suggested that there is little evidence of a link between diet and dementia risk.