Researchers in the UK have revealed that people diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last six months were more likely to develop new neurological conditions including dementia, depression, psychosis and stroke.
Enable speaks to Sir Tom about donating £1m for demenita, the power of positive news and his hopes for a treatment breakthrough in the future.
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A blood test could be introduced in the next three years that can diagnose Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms occur.
Community has never been more important than it is now, and during Volunteers’ Week 2020 it’s time to celebrate the people who have been giving back.
A lack of social care is being blamed for the increase in the number of people with dementia admitted to hospital as a medical emergency, as figures are released by the NHS.
Receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another dementia poses a plethora of questions, and Alzheimer’s Research UK is working tirelessly to fund research and work with people directly impacted to provide answers. Most importantly, finding a cure. As we enter a new decade, it’s never looked more positive.
One of the most iconic Formula 1 drivers of his time, Sir Jackie Stewart won World Championships with his sweetheart, Lady Helen by his side recording his track time. Now, Sir Jackie is racing the clock to find a cure for dementia to help Lady Helen; he spoke with Lorne Gillies.
The Alzheimer’s Society has launched a new campaign to improve dementia care and ensure patients have to spend less of their own money on care.
We all have that one song that fills us with joy, and transports us back in time. Music and sound can have a powerful impact on us, and it has become the latest technique used to care for those living with dementia.
Actress Vicky McClure is set to release Our Dementia Choir looking at the impact of music for people living with dementia.
From changes in personality to loss of identity, dementia can rob a person of their memories and experiences. The emotional impact can open the door to uncertainty…
Population figures released from the National Records of Scotland show dementia and Alzheimer’s have overtaken heart disease as the most common cause of death for…
The Evening Times’ Scotswoman of the Year is an award given to celebrate the unique accomplishments of women across Scotland, especially the unsung women who…
Experiences and memories make us who we are; when they are taken from us, it can challenge our sense of identity. Dementia is one of the…