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Dementia:  Government strategy brings it out of darkness
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Dementia: Government strategy brings it out of darkness

By 2041 some 140,000 people in Ireland will be affected by dementia, of which Alzheimer's is the most common form. In just over a quarter century the number with the illness a feature of an ageing population in Ireland, as elsewhere will almost ... Irish Times, 13 minutes ago

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The dementia that is not Alzheimer's disease

Lewy body dementia (LBD) -- a complex, challenging and surprisingly common brain disease -- is often misdiagnosed as its "cousin," Alzheimer's disease. And that could lead to devastating results. According to the Lewy Body Dementia Association ...
 Science Daily38 minutes ago Dementia: Understanding the brain to conquer the disease  Money Control2 months ago
Press TV

Dementia: Connecting through music

We all know that we and our loved ones are going to change over time, but dementia completely derails the direction of change. Some of the pain comes from fear of the future when a loved one loses connections to his or her world. What exactly is ...
 Daily Caller3 hours ago Can poor sleep lead to dementia?  Science Daily4 days ago Poor sleep pattern ups dementia risk  Press TV5 days ago Poor sleep may lead to dementia  Prokerala1 week ago

Caretaker turned author reaches out to help others confront early onset dementia

Sachie Minamida is seen holding her book, "Living with my husband and early onset dementia," where she gives advice on caretaking based on her own experience. (Mainichi) Early onset dementia, which occurs before age 65, comes as a psychological ...
 Mainichi Daily News13 hours ago
Irish Independent

Concerned about having a stroke? Stand on one leg

Balancing on one leg may indicate if a person is at risk of stroke or dementia, a study has found. Balancing on one leg may indicate if a person is at risk of stroke or dementia, a study has found. Scientists found that an inability to stand on one ...
 Irish Independent1 day ago Inability To Stand On One Leg For 20 Seconds Indicates Risk Of Stroke And Dementia  Inquisitr6 hours ago Balance test 'may show stroke risk'  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 days ago Balance test may show stroke risk  Sky News Australia2 days ago
Irish Times

Govt outlines 7-pillar strategy to deal with dementia

The Yomiuri Shimbun As measures to help the estimated 8 million people in the nation with dementia or incipient dementia, the government intends to establish seven pillars, including the promotion of greater public awareness of the disease, ...
 The Japan News1 day ago VIDEO: People affected by dementia react to new national strategy  Irish Independent4 days ago National dementia strategy to focus on community care and stigma  Irish Times4 days ago People with dementia need friends - especially at Christmas  Channel 45 days ago

Study: Lifestyle changes may reduce dementia risk

The potential causes of dementia are a frequent source of research, with studies exploring links between the condition and blood pressure , sleep quality and obesity , among other factors. In a recent evidence review undertaken by Age UK, ...
 UnitedHealthcare1 day ago Don't Forget: 5 Lifestyle Rules to Lower Risk of Dementia  Tech Times4 days ago Follow these 5 golden rules to slash risk of dementia  Business Standard6 days ago Five lifestyle factors are key to cutting risk of dementia, says charity  Health Insurance Daily6 days ago

What dance does for your brain

What does dance do for you? New research suggests dance can reach people with dementia, autism and mental illness in ways that words cannot. People with Parkinson's disease can become less rigid. What has dance done for you? To get fit, have ...
 CBC1 day ago

​Dementia UK's 3rd biggest killer study suggests

16:13 AFP Photo Dementia is the third most common cause of death in the UK as deaths from the mental illness have risen by more than 50 percent since 1990, a new study has shown. The research, conducted by the charity Alzheimer's ...
 Russia Today3 days ago Dementia is third most common cause of death in UK  MSN UK3 days ago Dementia Third Greatest Killer in the UK Study Shows  Mental Health Foundation3 days ago Dementia is the third leading cause of death in the UK  Alzheimers Research3 days ago
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Dodgy masseur may have dementia

Sentencing has been delayed for a Chinese masseur convicted of indecencies, so that a psychiatric report can be obtained to decide how the case should be dealt with. The health of 60-year-old Cunbin Zhang deteriorated rapidly during his remand in ...
 The Press NZ4 days ago Indecent masseur may have dementia  The Press NZ4 days ago
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