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One in three cases of Alzheimer's could be prevented


Researchers have used the most up-to-date estimates for Alzheimer’s risk factors to advise that a third of Alzheimer’s cases could be prevented by changes to lifestyle.

Darlington adventurer takes on triple challenge for Alzheimer’s Research UK


Ahead of a 200 mile bike ride Iain Hodgson, from corporate charity partner AMEC, took on the National Three Peaks Challenge and swam the English Channel to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Darlington adventurer takes on triple challenge for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Could sense of smell be a clue to early Alzheimer’s?


New research suggests that changes in the ability to detect odours could be an early indication of Alzheimer’s disease.

Early studies indicate eye tests may be able to detect Alzheimer’s


Two studies presented at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference have led to early stage development of eye tests that may aid Alzheimer’s detection.

Interim trial results: cataract surgery slows cognitive decline in dementia


Interim trial results reported at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference suggest that surgery to remove cataracts could help slow memory decline in people with dementia.

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