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Give me your car keys

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For two years I’ve held my breath that the defining moment would come.

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Alzheimer’s Research UK has called for the Government to invest more in dementia research.

The Thomson Reuters report ‘Defeating Dementia’, commissioned by Alzheimer’s Research UK, says that finding a cure can be accelerated by increasing the number of dementia researchers and investment.

Dementia research in Britain is second in the world only to the United States, despite the low number of scientists working in this field, according to Thomson Reuters.

Dr Anne Corbett, research communications manager of the Alzheimer's Society, said: ‘Research into dementia is crucial to finding a cure and helping people live well with dementia.'

'We know that UK dementia researchers punch far above their weight, with some of the best and most dedicated scientists in this field of research working in this country. Yet dementia research is desperately underfunded.’

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Dementia patients reveal how we construct a picture of the future

Dr. Muireann Irish from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) found that dementia patients who can no longer recall general knowledge – for example, the names of famous people or popular songs – are also unable to imagine themselves in the future.

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Changes in walking speed offer clues about dementia

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Not only does coffee help with Alzheimer's but researchers now believe it may prevent all forms of dementia! Another reason to drink Boresha. Great read.

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Reducing the risk of Dementia. Arthritis sufferers, who typically down lots of anti-inflammatory drugs, tend to bypass dementia.

Aspirin is an anti-inflammatory drug and my understanding is that visible aging symptoms are caused by inflammation.
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