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SCOTTISH scientists have identified widespread Alzheimer's disease-like pathology in approximately one third of long-term survivors of a single head injury.
Exercise increases levels of a brain molecule that may protect against Alzheimer's disease, research has shown.
DEMENTIA sufferers have been offered new hope after scientists discovered a drug which could halt the debilitating symptoms.
A NEW research programme, using existing therapies for other conditions, could lead to powerful new treatments for Alzheimer's disease within ten years, it was claimed today.
THE NUMBER of people living with dementia in Scotland is 10,000 higher than previously estimated, figures suggest.
Scientists looking for the genetic triggers that lead to Alzheimer's have identified five more, doubling the number linked with the disease.
A LEADING dementia body has said that all over-75s should be screened for signs of dementia to ensure that they get the right treatment, care and support.
Scientists have found a new way to deliver Alzheimer's drugs directly to the brain, sparking hopes that more effective treatment could be made available to sufferers.
Brain cells that play a critical role in Alzheimer's disease have been created in the laboratory by scientists.
BEING bilingual exercises the brain and protects against Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study.
REGULARLY drinking green tea might protect the brain against Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia, scientists have revealed.
EARLY signs of Alzheimer's can be detected in apparently healthy people with a combination of brain scans and spinal fluid testing, a study has shown.
Scottish scientists believe they have made an important breakthrough in understanding how Alzheimer's disease takes hold of the brain.
DEMENTIA patients in the Capital would be given their own section of A&E and assigned a personal "social worker" under new plans being considered.
A U-TURN by treatment watchdogs is set to increase access to Alzheimer's drugs across the UK.
THE actor Simon Callow has spoken movingly about his mother's battle with Alzheimer's disease and her struggle to remember her past.
People with big heads may be protected if they develop Alzheimer's disease, a study suggests.
A PROJECT which uses football to stimulate the minds of dementia sufferers could be extended abroad after producing "startling" results at home, a British university said yesterday.