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Danger in the dementia care home

In B.C., thousands have been affected by senior-on-senior aggression; 16 have died in 4 years.

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Alzheimer’s Association to hold seminar on dementia

This year’s half-day program, Facing Dementia and Taking Charge, will be held at a new location—Tarrant County College – South Campus Student Center (5301 Campus Dr., Fort Worth 76119), Saturday, Feb. 20, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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Changes in urine provide early indication of Alzheimer’s disease in mice

A new study from the Monell Center, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has found differences in urine odour in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Common Dementia Drug May Help People With Parkinson’s Disease

A team of researchers from the University of Bristol conducted an 8-month study about the possible effects of other illnesses’ medications for Parkinson’s disease. They carried out their study by recruiting 130 people with Parkinson’s disease that had fallen within the past 12 months.

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Brain use to defeat Dementia, Azlheimer’s

Keeping our body and brain healthy through regular exercise and eating a healthful diet can help us live a longer and more fulfilling life.

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Poor Sleep Increases Stroke, Dementia Risks In Seniors

For seniors, a new study has found that poor sleep may contribute to the rise of stroke and dementia.

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Virtual Reality Tour Allows You To Really Experience Dementia

Geriatric specialist PK Beville has designed a “mobile virtual dementia tour” to allow people to literally walk in the shoes of dementia patients, to better understand their struggles.

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Can Exercise Keep Dementia at Bay?

Does exercise lower the risk of developing dementia?

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Louisiana artist creates scupltures of men, women suffering from dementia, showcases a different side of the disease

An artist has created 16 sculptures of Louisiana men and women suffering from the disease.

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Dementia Discovery Fund Chooses Alector for First Investment

A promising new avenue in Alzheimer’s research that focuses on the eradication of brain plaque by the immune system has become the first investment for a $100 million fund dedicated to delivering new dementia drugs within a decade.

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