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135 million people will live with dementia worldwide by 2050


Alzheimer's Disease International announces new global prevalence figures.

New global prevalence figures and hope for new treatments


New figures showing an increase in global dementia prevalence and hopes for a potential Alzheimer’s treatment have been revealed.

Evidence review shows exercise may benefit people with dementia


A review published by The Cochrane Collaboration shows that exercise may help improve cognition for people with dementia.

Dementia State of the Nation report: research funds up by £24m in three years


New government report also highlights huge regional variation in diagnosis rates

Education and improved health linked to declining dementia rates


US Researchers have suggested that improvements in health may have contributed to a decline in dementia prevalence in some sections of the population.

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