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These 2 arthritis drugs may help prevent Parkinson’s disease

Scientists from the University of Eastern Finland found two rheumatoid arthritis drugs show potential for lowering the risk of Parkinson’s disease. The research is published...

Why people with type 2 diabetes may develop dementia

Scientists from Imperial College London found why people with type 2 diabetes are more likely to develop dementia. The findings could help identify risk factors for dementia...

Marijuana can lead to long-term cognitive damage

Scientists from Université de Montréal found that cannabis use leads to acute cognitive impairments that may continue beyond the period of intoxication. The research is...

How to stop dementia from nose

Scientists from Osaka City University found a method to stop dementia from the nose. The research is published in Frontiers in Neuroscience and was conducted...

What are ketogenic diets? Can they treat epilepsy and brain cancer?

Ketogenic diets are back in the news with claims they are a “cure-all”. Research shows that in epilepsy not controlled by current treatment, around 50%...

Reducing frailty could help prevent dementia, study finds

Scientists from Dalhousie University found that reducing frailty in older adults could be an effective strategy to prevent dementia. They found that frailty was a...

Prediabetes may be linked to cognitive decline, vascular dementia

Scientists from University College London found that prediabetes may be linked to worse brain health and conditions like cognitive decline and vascular dementia. The research...

Alzheimer’s disease can be detected with a peanut butter test

Scientists from the University of Florida found a short, non-invasive peanut butter odor test could help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. The research is published in the...

Slow walk and memory problems may predict dementia risk

Scientists from the University of Edinburgh found a combination of slow walking and difficulties with memory could be associated with double the risk of...

Posture test in health exam can detect cognitive decline

A mass survey of citizens aged 50 to 89 years examined whether cognitive decline could be detected by sagittal spinal balance measurement based on...