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Family of only child victim whose body was never found appeals for Brady to give up his secret before it is too late
Cognitive decline was reduced by 19 per cent, say researchers
The number of global sufferers is expected to rise to 135m by 2050
CQC said their findings suggested that some GPs, care homes and community health services were failing to treat vulnerable people 'in the way they deserve'
Peering into a patient's eyes could provide a new way to diagnose and track Alzheimer's disease, say scientists.
Historic ‘turning point’ hailed as UK researchers discover how to halt death of brain cells, opening new pathway for future drug treatments
Women who experience stressful events such as divorce are at a higher risk of developing the condition
Figures suggest the longer a woman spends breastfeeding, the lower the overall risk becomes
Dr Willie Stewart found that high impact sports could lead to the disease normally associated with former boxers
Poor dental health and gum disease may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease, a study suggests.
Figure now 670,000 with credit given to better early life education and improved heart care - but rise in obesity could send figure up again
Whether it's pedalling through Dorset or from John O'Groats to Land's End, we look at the best ways to raise money and keep fit
Veteran actor Arnold Peters, who was known for his role as Jack Woolley in The Archers for more than 30 years, has died at the age of 87.
With 65 per cent of us likely to know a sufferer, products are being devised to help patients
About 150,000 people suffer a stroke every year. A third make a good recovery within a month. Most however, have long term difficulties with speech or movement and the worst affected die.