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New research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2014 suggests that sleep disturbances in older veterans may be a risk factor for dementia.
Two studies, presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2014, have concluded that physical activity at certain points of life may help to reduce the risk of dementia.
New research has linked participation in mentally stimulating activities, such as card games, with larger brain volumes and better cognitive scores.
Interim trial results reported at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference suggest that surgery to remove cataracts could help slow memory decline in people with dementia.
Two studies presented at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference have led to early stage development of eye tests that may aid Alzheimer’s detection.
New research suggests that changes in the ability to detect odours could be an early indication of Alzheimer’s disease.
Scientists in the Alzheimer’s Research UK Nottingham network have organised a free public meeting to inform people about progress being made in dementia research in their area
Researchers at King’s College London and co-funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK have announced a panel of 10 proteins that could form a blood test to predict those most likely to develop Alzheimer’s.
A study in the US has shown that nearly all clinical trials for potential Alzheimer’s drugs have failed, highlighting the need for increased investment in drug discovery initiatives aimed at treating the condition.