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A new study suggests that weight loss surgery for severely obese women may have some benefits for the brain.
Researchers from the Universities of Bath and Bristol, along with colleagues from the NHS, will come together on 4 September to hold a free public meeting to discuss the changing landscape of dementia research.
Scientists have found that a component in pomegranates reduces the inflammatory response in cells and tissue isolated from rat brains.
Researchers in France have designed a new drug that is being investigated as a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
A study from the University of Oxford suggests that being obese in early or mid-life may increase risk of dementia in later life.
Scientists part-funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK have discovered how a specific genetic mutation may damage nerve cells in frontotemporal dementia and motor neurone disease.
Researchers at Yale School of Medicine in the US have discovered a new experimental drug which could potentially be investigated as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.
A new study has suggested that high blood pressure in midlife could predict cognitive decline in later life.
New research indicates that people with depressive symptoms in later life are more likely to develop dementia than those of a similar age without depression.