What’s bad for your heart can be equally bad for your brain and can eventually lead to dementia in later life
Daily intake of cheese, wine linked to decrease in risk of age-related cognitive decline, reveals study
The dietary intakes of the participants of this study, however, were self-reported and not clinically supervised or controlled
Studies suggest that anywhere between two to over 60 percent dementia patients, whether in nursing homes or their own houses, have sundown syndrome
A study carried out in Scotland concluded professional footballers are around three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than the general population.
Within 90 days of testing positive for COVID-19, a person has high risk of developing a mental illness: Oxford
Researchers also found that there was a higher risk of dementia in those who recover from the virus.
"He spends almost 24 hours a day in bed, he has just the rare moments of being awake," Gerd Muller's wife Uschi told Bild in an article published on Monday.
A survivor of the Munich Disaster in 1958 that killed several Manchester United players in a plane crash, Sir Bobby Charlton helped revive the team in the wake of the tragedy.
The study conducted on over 50,000 people in the UK found that the most significant and consistent risk factors of COVID-19 included dementia and cognitive disorders. This risk was only seen in individuals older than 70 years of age
Occupational physical activity not same as work out, can increase risk of dementia by 55%, says study
It was found that participants with high occupational physical activity (OPA) levels had a dementia incidence rate of 1.48, which was significantly higher than in people who engaged only in leisure-time physical activity (LTPA) at home or at the gym
Sleeping too much just as bad as insufficient sleep where cognitive decline is concerned, new study shows
Profound changes in neurological functioning during sleep, as the study shows, have immense effects on mood, memory and cognition.
The impact of dementia on a young person, their lives and those around them can be immense and often debilitating.
The number of patients with AD is projected to triple by 2050, with much of the growth attributed to the elderly age bracket.
The researchers also said that the risk of dementia among the general population may be higher than what the study suggested due the stigma attached to mental health disorders, reluctance among people to get help, and poor access to mental healthcare facilities
Alcohol-related dementia: How to identify and treat condition that neurotoxicity, vitamin B1 deficiency may cause
What many do not know is that excessive alcohol consumption is also a cause of dementia
Keto 2.0: Adopting modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet a useful plan for weight loss, overall health
The findings show that the adoption of a modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet can not only aid weight loss but also improve blood circulation and glucose management.
Modified Mediterranean-keto diet and estrogen replacement may help reduce risk of Alzheimer's, reveal studies
The modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet can regulate the gut microbiome in a way that improves cognitive function instead of letting it decline enough for Alzheimer’s to strike
A recent study said that flood irrigation used to cultivate rice in India leads to longer exposure to contaminated water and soil, increasing the rate of arsenic absorption
A recent report by Lancet Commission indicates that taking action against certain lifestyle risk factors at an early age can reduce the risk of developing dementia later in life to a large extent
Two different associations have pointed out the effectiveness of flu shots on brain and heart health.
Gut microbes are connected to brain diseases; probiotic foods, high fibre, low sugar diet key in keeping your stomach healthy
Many studies in the past have suggested that the microorganisms in the gut can affect the brain.