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Statins associated with reduced dementia risk in Taiwan study


A 10 year study of more than 33,000 over 60s has found those taking statins to have a lower risk of dementia.

Copper in blood linked to early signs of Alzheimer’s disease


Researchers in Italy have found that levels of copper in the bloodstream may be able to indicate Alzheimer’s disease in its earliest stages.

Susie smashes crochet world record at this year’s London Marathon


Fundraiser stitches name into history books while raising funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Susie smashes crochet world record at this year’s London Marathon

Faster memory decline linked to lower risk of death from cancer


A 13 year study carried out by researchers in Spain has linked faster memory decline to lower risk of death from cancer.

Exercise trial shows benefits in women with early memory problems


Trial in Vancouver finds aerobic exercise such as brisk walking can increase hippocampus size in older women with memory problems called mild cognitive impairment.

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