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Elderly People's Health

Elderly People's Health

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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

21/04/2021 - Widen use of general anaesthesia for dying patients?
General anaesthesia should be widely available as part of end of life care, according to a group of British specialists. More

13/04/2021 - Inhaler hope for primary COVID care
An inhaled asthma drug could help treat COVID-19 patients who have not yet been admitted to hospital, according to the findings of a major UK study published last night. More

29/03/2021 - Vaccine success evidence as lockdown eased
Vaccination is proving highly effective in preventing deaths and infection in the UK, according to a series of studies released as lockdown restrictions are relaxed in England. More

23/02/2021 - How UK vaccination is saving many from the virus
The first dose of the first COVID-19 vaccine has cut risk of dying from the virus by three quarters among its first elderly recipients, according to “early data”, released yesterday. More

21/12/2020 - Prehabilitation needs to be lengthy - study
Older adults should complete a lengthy programme of exercise before undergoing elective surgery to help counteract muscle-wasting effects caused by bed rest, says a UK study published today (21 December 2020). More

02/12/2020 - Early Alzheimer's markers found
Signs have been discovered in the brain of the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, with the potential to allow earlier detection of the disease, Swedish researchers have reported. More

26/11/2020 - Midlife high blood pressure linked to elderly brain damage
High blood pressure in middle age is associated with the development of more extensive brain damage when elderly, researchers report today. More

12/11/2020 - Some over 70s benefit from Vitamin D and Omega-3
Taking vitamin D and omega-3 yields health benefits for some older people, according to a study published yesterday (11 November 2020). More

04/11/2020 - Frailty link to dementia "modifiable"
New links have been found between the risk of dementia and frailty, which could be a modifiable risk factor, researchers say. More

16/10/2020 - Vaccine may help over 60s - but response weaker
A COVID-19 vaccine under development in China can induce antibody responses in elderly patients, researchers have reported. More

01/10/2020 - Care homes to test anti-inflammatory virus treatment
An anti-tumour necrosis factor drug is to be tested as a community treatment for COVID-19 infection, it has been announced. More

17/09/2020 - Pandemic left stroke survivors with avoidable disabilities - report
Tens of thousands of stroke survivors have been left with avoidable, unnecessary disability – and exacerbated mental health problems – because of delayed emergency calls and cancelled therapies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report published today. More

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