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Here's why exercise is not a form of treatment for dementia

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News video: Prolific Florida artist in new stage of life

Prolific Florida artist in new stage of life 02:40

Artists often go through various stages in their lifetime of a creative process.  Shirley Hood Loeffler is in a new stage as a painter.
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News video: The Benefits Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

The Benefits Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids 00:34

Omega-3 fatty acids are a beneficial for anyone's health. They may prevent cardiovascular issues. They also may stave off dementia and it can improve brain health as well. Studies also show that..
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News video: Could a treatment for Alzheimer's disease be in the near future?

Could a treatment for Alzheimer's disease be in the near future? 03:27

Doctors at the Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter are trying to find a cure for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Corinne Lasmezas says, "It's more important to have the right..
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News video: There's a condition that mimics Alzhemier's, Parkinson's, but it is treatable

There's a condition that mimics Alzhemier's, Parkinson's, but it is treatable 02:49

In most cases, the effects of dementia can be reversed.
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News video: Police: Woman Critically Injures Elderly Mom On Mother's Day

Police: Woman Critically Injures Elderly Mom On Mother's Day 02:35

Authorities say Pittsburgh woman beat and seriously injured her elderly mother - who has dementia - at their home on Mother's Day; KDKA's Bob Allen reports.
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AI-based software may help predict risk of dementia

Ignoring symptoms of hypertension can be risky: Doctors

If constant headache and dizziness has been troubling you and you are easily getting fatigued, have blurred vision, then chances are that you are suffering from high blood pressure.  On the..

Irregular heart rate, carotid disease may up dementia risk

Here's how dementia patients can live a better life

Even mild head blows may raise dementia risk

Mild brain injuries tied to increased dementia risk

(Reuters Health) - People who have a mild traumatic brain injury - even without loss of consciousness - may be more than twice as likely to develop dementia than individuals who don't have these..
Reuters India

How to have 'the talk' with aging parents about their guns

(Reuters Health) - When a loved one starts suffering from dementia, taking away the car keys isn't the only tough conversation many families need to face - they also need to talk about removing any..
Reuters India

Robin Williams suffered from dementia in his last days, says book

Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams was struggling from diffuse Lewy body dementia in his last days, a new book has revealed. In a soon-to-be-released biography, titled "Robin", author Dave Itzkoff..
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Wearable sensors may help detect Alzheimer's disease

Low cost, wearable sensors that assess walking gait can help detect Alzheimer's disease early and monitor progression of the illness in a cost-effective way, a study has found. Identification of..

Robin Williams' last days, battle with dementia, Parkinson's disease to be documented in upcoming biography

According to the book, Robin Williams started having frequent meltdowns on sets and was unable to perform. He would often cry uncontrollably.

Indian researchers confirm hypertension and diabetes can lead to Dementia

The doctors have also revealed that despite dementia being a female-dominated disease with a 4:1 ratio, more men are brought for treatment to hospitals in the country.

Anxiety in middle age linked to dementia later

(Reuters Health) - People with moderate to severe anxiety in middle age may be more likely to develop dementia as they get older, a recent study suggests.
Reuters India

Tom Hardy's 'Fonzo' casts 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' alumn for Al Capone biopic

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle actor Mason Guccione has been roped in to star in Fonzo, the Al Capone biopic. The 22-year-old actor will star in a key role in the film, which features Tom Hardy in..

Fewer dementia patients die after surgery when nurses more educated

(Reuters Health) - Patients with Alzheimer's disease and dementia may be less likely to die after surgery when they're treated at hospitals that employ a larger proportion of nurses with at least a..
Reuters India

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