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Major cause of dementia discovered

The build-up of urea in the brain to toxic levels can lead to brain damage and eventually dementia, according to a study that confirms the major cause of the neurodegenerative disease.The finding has important implications for possible treatment and diagnosis ... Business Standard, 2 days ago
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Study shows Googling may lead to increased risk of dementia!

Using Google frequently to search for information, rather than using our brains, may increase the risk of dementia, a UK researcher has warned.
 DNA1 week ago Being overweight increases risk of dementia, suggests study  Business Standard1 week ago Higher BMI Increases Risk of Dementia  Med India1 week ago Obesity may increase dementia risk: study  Business Standard1 week ago
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Dementia, Cognitive Impairment More Prevalent in Rural Life

Increased educational attainment has helped to mitigate cognitive decline among seniors in rural communities, according to a new study.
 Med India1 day ago Age-related Hearing Loss Increases Risk of Cognitive Decline, Dementia  Med India6 days ago Hearing loss in old-age ups risk of dementia  Business Standard6 days ago
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Marriage linked to lower risk of dementia

The widowed have a 20 per cent increased risk of developing dementia compared to married individuals Being married, or ever having been married, comes with a much lower risk of developing dementia compared to being a lifelong bachelor or bachelorette, a new ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Marriage linked to lower dementia risk  Reuters1 week ago Marriage May Help Stave Off Dementia Risk  Med India2 weeks ago Getting married could keep dementia at bay!  DNA2 weeks ago
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Spinach, wine can reduce the risk of dementia

Here's how you can help prevent dementia. Dementia, which is a symptom of Alzheimer's, is one of the most dangerous and distressing conditions anyone can face in their lives. It is a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes, caused by brain disease or injury, and marked by memory disorders, personality changes and impaired reasoning. According to a previous report, almost 47 million people are living with dementia around the world with 4.1 million of them belonging to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Here's how you can help prevent dementia  Business Standard3 weeks ago Delayed response to words may be linked to Alzheimer's  Business Standard1 month ago
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Popping heartburn pills doesn't up dementia risk

Those concerned that your heartburn medication could cause dementia can now breathe a sigh of relief as a recent study found no link between the two.Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are medicines commonly prescribed to treat acid-related digestive problems, ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Heart Attack Survivors are at Increased Risk of Vascular Dementia  Med India4 weeks ago Heart attack ups dementia risk by 35%  Business Standard1 month ago Beta Blockers Unnecessary After Heart Attack If Other Drugs Followed  Med India2 months ago

'First brain training that reduces dementia risk identified'

In a first, researchers have identified a form of mental exercise that can significantly reduce the risk of dementia.The cognitive training, called 'speed of processing', showed benefits up to 10 years after participants underwent the mental exercise ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago First Ever Successful Intervention To Reduce Dementia Risk  Med India3 weeks ago Computer brain training may cut dementia risk by 29%  Prokerala3 weeks ago
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Blood-thinning drugs may reduce dementia risk: study

Blood-thinning drugs may not only prevent stroke in patients with abnormal heart rhythm, but also significantly reduce the risk of dementia, according to a study.In the study, among 444,106 patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) or abnormal heart rhythm, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Blood-thinning drugs may cut dementia risk by up to 29%: Study  Business Standard1 month ago Blood-thinning Drugs Can Reduce Dementia Risk in Atrial Fibrillation Patients  Med India1 month ago

AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young dies at 64

AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young has died after battling dementia for several years. He was 64. He died at home with his family at his bedside, the band said in a statement posted on the their website. "Today it is with deep heartfelt sadness that ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Tributes pour in as AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young passes away  Business Standard3 weeks ago AC/DC founder Malcolm Young dead at 64  Reuters3 weeks ago

High blood pressure in midlife tied to later dementia

Women who were hypertensive at an average age of 44 had a 68% higher risk for dementia than those who had normal blood pressure at that age Last Updated at October 14, 2017 23:32 IST
 Business Standard1 month ago High Blood Pressure in 40s Can Increase Dementia Risk in Women  Med India2 months ago High BP in 40s may put women at increased dementia risk  Business Standard2 months ago
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