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New Missing Persons Bureau website hosts images of unidentified dead bodies to help families trace loved ones

Pictures of unidentified dead bodies found around the UK are to be posted online for the first time.

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The care home scandals so far

Size matters: Be careful when choosing a new tree or you might have a monster on your hands

Now is the perfect time to plant a new tree but you need to choose well – and put in the after-care, says Anna Pavord

Exclusive: Dementia patients in Nottingham care home were left dirty and thirsty

Police are investigating a private care home after “serious concerns” about the substandard care given to nearly 30 dementia patients in Nottingham.

A million 'friends' to be taught how to spot dementia

Experts believe the new initiative could double the diagnosis rate to 80 per cent

Existing drugs could be used to tackle dementia, say scientists

Medications used to treat hypertension, diabetes and skin conditions could also treat dementia, according to new research.

DVD and BluRay: Snow White and the Huntsman (12)

This big-budget fantasy avoids Disney sentimentality and merry ditties in favour of Lord of the Rings and Narnia-style action adventure.

Patients over the age of 65 who start taking benzodiazepines have a 50% increased chance of developing dementia, according to a study

Anti-anxiety drug benzodiazepine 'raises elderly dementia risk'

A popular anti-anxiety drug has been linked with an increased risk of dementia in pensioners, according to new research.

Boardwalk Empire: Season 2 (18) Various directors DVD/Blu-ray

The second serving of HBO’s savage Prohibition-set mobster saga takes a while to get cooking, but the final three episodes are shocking.

What would you do if you couldn't recognise your own family?

Imagine waking up and not knowing who's sharing your bed. Imagine collecting a child from school – but picking up the wrong one. Or being a mother and not being recognised by your own child. These are all the problems faced by around a million people in the UK today. Among the famous sufferers are Duncan Bannatyne of Dragons' Den, playwright Tom Stoppard and Jane Goodall.

Obesity was found to have an increasingly negative impact on performance in memory and reasoning tests over a 12-year period

Obesity in middle age linked to higher dementia risk

Study also suggests cognitive ability could be impaired earlier in overweight adults

Arifa Akbar: Dementia is unbearable – and the system makes it worse

A deluge of responses trailed this newspaper's dementia campaign last week. Nearly all the stories you shared were heartbreaking and horrifying in equal measure. Most began with the words "I simply had to write…" or "my mother/father had a similar experience" and many described a loved one's last days, months, years, in a system that sucked the dignity out of them. There were stories of over-medication, slow diagnosis, inadequate nursing care and astronomical financial burden.

Leading article: The unacknowledged epidemic of our age

Dementia is still barely understood and sufferers often slip through gaps in the system

Carol Jennings: 'Gradually it [Alzheimer's disease] was going through the family. It seemed like each year another one would have developed it'

'Most of my family had dementia. I knew I should tell someone'

Peter Popham meets a remarkable family from Nottingham who changed the way scientists thought about Alzheimer's – and offered hope to millions of people

Up to one in 2,000 Britons could carry CJD agent

New study doubles the estimated number of people with protein linked to brain disease
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