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Cognitive decline was reduced by 19 per cent, say researchers
The number of global sufferers is expected to rise to 135m by 2050
While GlaxoSmithKline announces £200m of investment to set up a 'centre of excellence' that will turn breakthroughs in the lab into effective drugs
Taking regular exercise is the most effective single lifestyle choice people can make to reduce their risk of dementia, according to one of the most extensive studies yet into people’s long-term health outcomes.
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'
Slashing the welfare state and cutting taxes on the wealthy was never going to play well
Peering into a patient's eyes could provide a new way to diagnose and track Alzheimer's disease, say scientists.
Compared to those who just listened to care home music sessions, those taking part show markedly improved cognition
Today's Google Doodle features a frame-by-frame sketch of Brazilian footballer Leonidas da Silva performing a 'bicycle kick' on what would have been his 100th birthday.
Alice Jones' Arts Diary
Deal over suit brought by former players means care can be paid for immediately... but will it change anything on the field?
Mental health charity warns 'fundamental human rights' could be at risk
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.
More than a third of patients had to wait more than six weeks to access memory tests after being referred by a GP
Society for Creative Anachronism knew him as Strongbow from the group's jousting team