Half of UK adults can’t identify single key risk factor for dementia
Women twice as likely to suffer from severe depression after a stroke
Loss of muscle and weight associated with disability after stroke
Having a confidant helps stroke survivors have good mental health
Older adults' abstract reasoning ability predicts depressive symptoms over time
Drinking coffee may reduce your chances of developing Alzheimer's disease
In-hospital infections increase odds of readmission for stroke patients
Link between what we see and how we remember 'breaks' as we get older
Many cases of dementia may arise from non-inherited DNA 'spelling mistakes'
Patients with Alzheimer’s more often hospitalised after antibiotic initiation
Patients with Alzheimer’s disease are more often hospitalised after antibiotic initiation than people without Alzheimer’s disease, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. The risk of hospitalisation was 40% higher for persons with Alzheimer’s disease. The findings were published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.