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New dual-action compound explored as potential Alzheimer’s treatment


Researchers in France have designed a new drug that is being investigated as a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

Bath and Bristol join forces to share dementia research with the public


Researchers from the Universities of Bath and Bristol, along with colleagues from the NHS, will come together on 4 September to hold a free public meeting to discuss the changing landscape of dementia research.

Pomegranate extract reduces inflammation in brain cells


Scientists have found that a component in pomegranates reduces the inflammatory response in cells and tissue isolated from rat brains.

Obesity in early or mid-life may increase dementia risk


A study from the University of Oxford suggests that being obese in early or mid-life may increase risk of dementia in later life.

30-strong team take on Bupa Great North Run for dementia charities


Dedicated fundraiser Stephen Cronin, from Durham, will be part of a 30-strong team taking part in the Bupa Great North Run on Sunday 7 September, to boost funds for Alzheimer's Research UK and the Alzheimer's Society.

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