According to a new study at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP), USA, scientists have identified the gene recombination in neurons that produce thousands of new gene variants within Alzheimer’s disease brains.
A new study suggests that an Alzheimer’s injection could halt the build-up of both kinds of toxic plagues and tangles that clog a dementia sufferer’s brain.
Research has revealed that a high-fat diet could reduce the risk of dementia.
Dementia risk could be lowered by making some small diet or lifestyle changes. People can reduce their chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease by staying hydrated and drinking lots of fluids.
According to new research, hypoglycaemia is an under recognised risk factor for death in seniors who have both dementia and diabetes.
Daniel Baker, who has muscular dystrophy, was told that his life expectancy was likely to be in his early 20s. Despite this, the 44-year-old has overcome so many hurdles in his life and is living his best life.
Researchers from the University of Exeter found that people who have suffered from a stroke are twice as likely to develop dementia.
Across England, in 2016/17 there were 15,941 pensioners newly diagnosed with depression.
Three fundraisers are getting ready to take on a 100km ‘pilgrimage’ overseas in their efforts to raise money for a Parkinson’s disease charity.
Symptoms of vascular dementia include memory loss, difficulty concentrating or having slow thoughts. However, you could lower your risk of the brain condition by adding more cherries to your diet.