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A new 38-year study has linked personality traits, such as neuroticism combined with introversion, to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease in women.
Scientists from Yorkshire are inviting the public to a free meeting in Sheffield on 30 September, to find out more about current dementia research.
A new study suggests that older people who report problems with their memory may be more likely to develop dementia later on.
Three researchers at the University of Southampton have received awards from Alzheimer’s Research UK to allow them to conduct their pioneering research
Dementia research in Cambridge has been given a £2.3m boost this year from Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity.
Dr Richard Unwin receives £30k award to build a molecular map of Alzheimer’s.
Scientists from the Midlands are inviting the public to a free meeting in Leicester on the 29 September, to discuss current dementia research.
Researchers based in the United States have discovered a possible link between the AB blood type and an increased risk of memory and thinking problems in later life.