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Research suggests that a higher coffee consumption is linked with slower changes in memory.
Alzheimer’s Research UK is undertaking a comprehensive review into the links between sport and dementia risk. The announcement comes today (Wednesday 24 November), with the charity partnering with The Health Policy Partnership to carry out the six-month project.
Return of the gavel: Second auction of Darth Vader actor David Prowse’s private Star Wars collection to benefit Alzheimer’s Research UK
A second auction of rare and never-before-seen Star Wars memorabilia owned by the late Darth Vader actor David Prowse is up for auction tomorrow, with a percentage of proceeds again benefitting Alzheimer’s Research UK.
Researchers from China and the US found that people who drank two to three cups of tea and coffee a day had a lower risk of stroke and vascular dementia.
The UK government has announced at least £50 million in funding for motor neurone disease (MND) research as part of a £375m investment into neurodegenerative disease research.
Scientists have developed a new vaccine shown to reduce Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice with features of the disease.
Researchers have linked a high inflammatory diet – food associated with markers of inflammation – with an increased risk of dementia.
New research suggests older people who were more anxious and depressed during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic had an average decline in their short-term memory equivalent to six years of natural ageing.
Following their incredible rowing challenges, 71 year old Frank Rothwell and 81 year old Major Mick Stanley joined some of the nation’s unsung heroes for the prestigious award