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The disease which afflicts over 10 million people worldwide, currently has no cure, but certain medical treatments can offer relief from its
The study, published in JAMA, revealed that a sedentary lifestyle with a lot of sitting and lying down, with very little to no exercise accumulated...
It indicates that even people with TBI in earlier life who appear to have fully recovered may still be at increased risk of cognitive problems later
Two validated quality assessment tools developed by the Flinders University research group are now widely available and used in the aged care
The new findings open up the possibility of treating a modifiable disorder to prevent the development of a disease with no curative treatment
The innovative ‘SmartSocks’ track heart rate, sweat levels and motion to give insight into the wearer’s wellbeing, providing accurate insight into a...
The new dementia risk score identifies people at risk -- from mid-life onwards -- of developing the disease within the next 14 years.
Air pollution, Dementia, JAMA Internal Medicine, World Air Quality Report 2022, World Health Organization, WHO