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
Researchers believe one cause could be men being more likely to have worked outside the home
Project also being used to support stroke victims and people recovering from brain injuries
However, one expert said the contrversial claims were a "minority view"
Research suggests stress and anxiety can damage areas of brain involved in emotional responses, thinking and memory
Followers eat a combination of a Mediterranean diet and foods which combat high blood pressure
One family reported a patient being handcuffed by the police
Dementia attacks the nervous system, as well as the mind. Now an 'immersive experience' can help us understand the painful symptoms. Chloe Hamilton puts it to the test
The Alzheimer's Society is raising awareness about the symptoms of dementia
Scientists could use walking speed, alongside memory tests, to assess a person’s risk of developing dementia
One in six people over the age of 80 in the UK have dementia
Research has found dementia patient's friends and family noticed a distinct change in their loved one's sense of humour
Susan Williams said she does not blame her late husband for taking his own life 'one bit,' and called him 'the bravest man I’ve ever known'
Wide-ranging research saw 7,000 people take part in the six-month experiment
'This is a working tool for the arts community to evaluate and improve what’s in place'
At the moment, about 850,000 people in the UK have dementia