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New research finds exercise may help slow memory loss for people living with Alzheimer's dementia
Promising new research shows aerobic exercise may help slow memory loss for older adults living with Alzheimer's dementia.
Better heart health scores in midlife linked to lower risk of late-life dementia: Study
A long-term study of 1,449 people in Finland found that those who had better scores on standard metrics of cardiovascular health in midlife, especially for behavioral factors such as smoking, had a lower risk of dementia later in life. Yajun Liang of Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, and colleagues present these findings in the open-access journal PLOS Medicine.
The amount of tea you should drink a day to reduce your dementia risk
Exclusive to the Express, Dr. Carrie Ruxton — a dietician for TAP — explains the advantages of sipping on a hot cup of tea throughout the day. Just how many cups are the optimum amount?
Staying active as you age not a guarantee against dementia
Experts in healthy aging often cite the importance of leisure activities — hanging out with friends, playing games, taking classes — in maintaining your brain health as you grow older.
A piece of music gives 'new lease of life' to British composer with dementia
A piece of music composed by a former music teacher with dementia is to be released as a single after he recorded it with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.
Higher dementia risk in women with prolonged fertility
Women with a longer reproductive period had an elevated risk for dementia in old age, compared with those who were fertile for a shorter period, a population-based study from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden shows.
The mood changes that could be an early sign of Alzheimer’s
Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms linked to an ongoing decline in brain function. You could be at risk of the neurodegenerative condition if you develop unexplained mood swings.
Understanding the link between hearing loss and dementia
Scientists have developed a new theory as to how hearing loss may cause dementia and believe that tackling this sensory impairment early may help to prevent the disease.
Dementia kills nearly three times more people in US than previously thought: Study
Dementia may be an underlying cause of nearly three times more deaths in the US than official records show, according to a new Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) study.
Lifestyle changes could delay or prevent 40% of dementia cases: Study
Exposure to air pollution and head injuries all increase dementia risk, experts said in a report revealing that up to 40 percent of dementia cases worldwide could be delayed or prevented by addressing 12 such lifestyle factors.
Study: Hearing plus vision loss increases odds of dementia
A study looks at the impact of having both hearing and vision impairment on the chances of developing dementia.
Dementia risk 90% higher in older adults with dual sensory impairment
Older adults with both hearing and visual impairment have a nearly 90 percent higher risk for developing dementia, according to a study published Wednesday by the journal Alzheimer's and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring.
Study highlights a complex and under-recognized form of dementia
The long-running study on aging and brain health at the University of Kentucky's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Alzheimer's Disease Center has once again resulted in important new findings — highlighting a complex and under-recognized form of dementia.
Middle-age obesity linked to higher odds for dementia
If you've been looking for a good reason to slim down, consider this: Being obese at midlife appears to increase your odds for dementia.
Pulse pressure: A game changer in the fight against dementia
A recent paper published in Frontiers in Neuroscience, outlines a pulse-pressure-induced pathway of cognitive decline that sheds light on why previous treatments for dementia may have failed and proposes promising new directions for the prevention and treatment of dementia.

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