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Blood sugar levels linked to dementia


US researchers find high blood sugar levels are associated with increased risk of dementia.

Iceland Food staff’s 12 tonne challenge for Alzheimer’s Research UK


Colleagues from Iceland Foods’ Gravesend store will display the true meaning of teamwork by pulling a 12 tonne coach nearly two miles to boost funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Cocoa linked to improved blood flow to the brain


A new study finds cocoa may improve blood flow to the brain in older people with vascular problems.

Breastfeeding linked to lower maternal Alzheimer’s risk


Cambridge scientists find levels of Alzheimer’s lower in women with history of breastfeeding.

Leading darts ref Russ Bray draws national raffle for Alzheimer’s Research UK


Leading darts ref and voiceover favourite Russ Bray was in a spin as he picked the winners of Alzheimer's Research UK's Annual Raffle.

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