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[24/10/2007] People with more years of education lose their memory faster than those with less education in the years prior to a diagnosis of dementia, according to new researchEducated People with Dementia Lose Memory Faster - Read more
[05/09/2007] People who smoke are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or dementia than non smokers or those who smoked in the past, according to a study published in the latest issue of the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.Smokers Are More Likely to Develop Dementia - Read more
[18/06/2007] Memory problems have many causes. In a new thesis scientists show that a neuropsychological memory test can predict the risk of dementia developing. Memory Test Can Reveal Nascent Dementia - Read more
[22/01/2007] Acupressure can significantly reduce agitated behaviour in older patients with dementia, according to a study published in the February issue of the UK-based Journal of Clinical Nursing.Acupressure Reduces Agitated Behaviour in Dementia - Read more
[22/09/2006] A pan-European report: ‘Who cares? The state of dementia care in Europe', published by Alzheimer Europe, highlights serious gaps in dementia care. Dementia is a major public health problem. Alzheimer 's Disease: Disease Management - Read more
[30/06/2006] Unless action is taken to promote good mental health and well-being for older people. Over three million pensioners will experience mental health problems by 2021, a new report reveals. Over 3 Million Pensioners with Mental Health Problems - Read more
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[15/06/2005] Based on an interactive multimedia computer system and a clearer understanding of how dementia sufferers respond to social situations, the aid aims to stimulate more rewarding conversation between sufferers and those who care for them.New Memory Aid May Help Dementia Sufferers Remember - Read more