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21/06/2022 - Cancer technique might diagnose early Alzheimer's disease
Adapting an algorithm used to classify cancer tumours can help to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease at an earlier stage, according to a new study. More

25/05/2022 - Anti-ageing drugs prevent radiotherapy impact
The long-term impact of radiation therapy for cancer could be limited with a class of drugs called senolytics, researchers say. More

12/05/2022 - Exercise with dietary advice linked to mobility in frail older people
Mobility problems in frail, elderly people can be reduced through regular exercise and expert dietary advice, a European study reports today. More

10/05/2022 - Heat shock clue to preventing dementia
Heat shock proteins may play a key role in preventing dementia, helping to explain reports that sauna use reduces risk, according to British scientists. More

26/04/2022 - Calcium supplements linked to worsening heart valve disease
Calcium supplements are linked to worsening aortic valve stenosis among older people – and an increased risk of earlier death, new US research published today has found. More

14/04/2022 - How healthy lifestyle 'delays Alzheimer's'
A healthy lifestyle, combining physical and cognitive exercise with a good diet, can help reduce the risk of dementia, according to joint research by teams from Switzerland and the USA. More

13/04/2022 - Hormone infusion may aid osteoporosis
A hormone treatment may stimulate bone-forming cells, bringing hope for improved osteoporosis treatments, according to a new study. More

29/03/2022 - Hotter nights increase cardiovascular death risks for men
Hot summer nights could lead to more cardiovascular deaths in some older men, according to new Canadian research. More

09/03/2022 - Extended group of early Parkinson's signs discovered
People present a broad range of symptoms up to a decade before Parkinson’s disease is diagnosed, with tremor and memory symptoms being the most prominent, according to a new analysis. More

15/02/2022 - Oestrogen levels could protect older women from severe COVID-19
High levels of oestrogen could help to protect older women from severe COVID-19 and death, suggests a Swedish study published today. More

11/02/2022 - Dementia risk heightened among ethnic minorities and deprived
People from ethnic minority groups and socioeconomically deprived areas face a significantly increased risk of developing dementia, according to the first study to focus on a diverse population. More

10/02/2022 - Viagra-type drug hope for treating vascular dementia
Viagra-type drugs could have potential for treating some patients with vascular dementia, a UK/US study has found. More

07/01/2022 - Dementia cases could triple globally by 2050
The number of adults living with dementia is expected to nearly triple by 2050, according to a new global report, published today. More

22/12/2021 - Frailty strongly linked to dementia
Frailty in older adults appears to raise the risk of dementia independently of genetic risk, researchers have found. More

01/10/2021 - DNA mutations not solely responsible for ageing
Small mutations accumulating in DNA are unlikely to be fully responsible for ageing, according to a new study. More

09/09/2021 - Prolonged exposure to traffic noise linked to dementia risk
Prolonged exposure to traffic noise is associated with a raised risk of developing dementia, according to Danish research published today. More

19/08/2021 - Dementia link to mentally unstimulating jobs
Having a job that is not mentally stimulating is linked to a significantly increased risk of developing dementia, researchers report today. More

08/06/2021 - Blood test hope for detecting underlying neurodegeneration
A simple blood test could identify if someone has a neurodegenerative disease, according to a new UK study published last night. More

10/05/2021 - Women with brittle bones at risk of heart disease
Women who have thin and brittle bones face an increased risk of developing heart disease, researchers have reported. More

22/04/2021 - Migraine associated with high blood pressure post-menopause
Women who are prone to migraines before they go through the menopause may have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure afterwards, a new French study has claimed. More

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