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New research suggests that more mental and physical activity may help to preserve thinking skills of women, more so than men.
Alzheimer’s Research UK welcomes the publication of the first ever government-led Women’s Health Strategy for England, following the charity’s calls for action to tackle dementia’s disproportionate impact on women.
As the leading cause of death for UK women since 2011, women are hit hard by dementia. We’re kick-starting a conversation about how to tackle the challenge.
Dementia devastates the lives of everyone it touches, but our analysis shows that women are bearing a disproportionate weight of the impact.
Leading charity urges action as analysis shows dementia has been UK women’s leading cause of death for a decade
Alzheimer’s Research UK is calling for action to tackle dementia’s disproportionate impact on women, as a new analysis shows the condition has been the leading cause of death for UK women since 2011.
Researchers in the US have found that chronic antibiotic use in women during middle age is linked with poorer cognition even seven years later.
Researchers have found a link between indicators of longer oestrogen exposure and reduced brain shrinkage in midlife women.
New research published today (Wednesday 18 November) in Neurology suggests women living in areas of high pollution in the US are at increased risk of brain shrinkage. What the researchers did The researchers looked at women free of dementia at the start of the study. The scientists worked out the levels of particulate matter –…
New US research published today (Wednesday 4 November) in Neurology suggests women at work are at a reduced risk of worsening memory. What did our expert say? Dr Rosa Sancho, Head of Research at Alzheimer’s Research UK, said: “An estimated 850,000 people in the UK have dementia and 500,000 of them are women. This research…