Panel finds ‘no robust evidence’ linking ingredients such as Ginkgo Biloba, Vitamin B and D and fish oil to preventing or reducing risk
The MP for Bolsover sang to his late mother when she was diagnosed with the disease and was inspired by her ability to recall old songs. For the past eight years, he has also been singing to elderly patients with dementia in Derbyshire care homes
Report found dying patients are 'often excluded from wider health services'
The game will help scientists gather data about navigation skills, often one of the first things to disappear in dementia sufferers
The disease impacts what is known as a person's "holistic perception"
A flu jab blunder, which left elderly people exposed due to an unexpected mutation of the main influenza strain, contributed to the massive spike last year
Research could also help scientists understand why some unwanted memories are so long-lasting
I used to watch American football, but now I've stopped: I can't pretend any longer that head injuries aren't an unavoidable part of the game
”Developing dementia is not an inevitable part of ageing."
Scientists says there is growing evidence to link hearing loss with the risk of cognitive decline and dementia in older people
However experts have urged that the findings do not suggest that common algae can cause dementia
Research suggests stress and anxiety can damage areas of brain involved in emotional responses, thinking and memory
Researchers could be at the cusp of a "new era" according to biologist from University College London
After years of disappointment, scientists may be on the brink of a breakthrough
People with dementia can feel happier when a relative comes to see them even if they do not recognise the visitor, the Alzheimer’s Society has said after a poll showed many felt there was little point.
The Alzheimer's Society is raising awareness about the symptoms of dementia