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Jumping Jack hopes to hop into record books for Alzheimer’s Research UK


Adrenaline junkie Jack Sexty hopes to hop into the history books by completing a marathon on a pogo stick to boost funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Jumping Jack hopes to hop into record books for Alzheimer’s Research UK

World Dementia Envoy appointed to speed up treatment development


Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announces appointment of a new World Dementia Envoy to speed up treatment development and pledges to reduce waiting times for dementia diagnosis.

Diet linked to build-up of Alzheimer’s protein and cognitive decline


A US study has suggested that diets high in certain compounds may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

Cardiff researchers lead global hunt for early-onset Alzheimer’s risk genes


Largest project of its kind gets £388k funding boost from Alzheimer’s Research UK with support from Iceland Foods

Antidepressant may reduce agitation but worsen cognition in Alzheimer’s


A trial has found that in people with Alzheimer’s, the antidepressant citalopram may reduce agitation but may also carry risks of worsening cognition and heart problems.

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