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Canola oil can cause Alzheimer's and memory loss image

NEWSCanola oil can cause Alzheimer's and memory loss

December 15th 2017

Canola oil is a cheaper option to olive oil that is marketed as being just as healthy—but it could...

Cheers! A few mugs of green tea every day reduce your chances of dementia image

NEWSCheers! A few mugs of green tea every day reduce your chances of dementia

December 13th 2017

... green tea every day—ideally two or more cups—reduces the risk of cognitive decline and dementia.

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NEWSHalf of over-65s taking five or more prescription drugs a day

November 17th 2017 in Drugs

Half the population of over-65s is taking at least five different prescription drugs every day, and ...

Eating spinach and drinking green tea reduces your dementia risk image

NEWSEating spinach and drinking green tea reduces your dementia risk

August 2nd 2017

...them down with plenty of green tea is one of the best ways of reducing your odds of getting dementia in old age.

The 27 stressful events that can age your brain, and cause dementia image

NEWSThe 27 stressful events that can age your brain, and cause dementia

July 19th 2017

There are 27 stressful events that can age our brain by up to four years, and increase the risk of dementia, researchers have found.

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NEWSHeartburn pills increase risk of premature death

July 5th 2017 in Drugs

People regularly pop a heartburn pill for indigestion—and some take one every day after a meal—b...

Olive oil could protect you from developing Alzheimer's image

NEWSOlive oil could protect you from developing Alzheimer's

June 23rd 2017

If you want to protect your mental faculties and ward off the threat of Alzheimer's (and who doesn't...

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NEWSIndigestion remedies increase risk of recurring stomach bug infection

April 3rd 2017

Over-the-counter remedies for indigestion and stomach acid increase the risk of recurring Clostridiu...

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NEWSCommon drug for bladder problems linked to dementia

March 29th 2017 in Drugs

Doctors are routinely prescribing a drug to treat overactive bladder that can trigger dementia. The drug, Ditropan (oxybutynin), is given to around a quarter of elderly patients with the...

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NEWSDaily cuppa cuts dementia risk by 50 per cent

March 20th 2017

Drinking at least one cup of tea a day can reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's as we get older, a new study has found.

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In vino veritas image

FEATUREIn vino veritas

January 2011 (Vol. 21 Issue 10)

Alcohol has a reputation that is enhanced by a somewhat superficial understanding of what it actually does

Anti-ageing for the brain image

FEATUREAnti-ageing for the brain

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Special Reports

Here are eight things that can keep your brain alive and well

Nutritional support for women over 50 image

FEATURENutritional support for women over 50

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Drugs, Special Reports

Black cohosh (Actaea racemosa)

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FEATUREBerry good for you

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Diabetes, Special Reports

... the first human evidence that blueberries can boost memory and might even help to ward off dementia

Medicine and the elderly: Age shall not weary them-but drugs might image

FEATUREMedicine and the elderly: Age shall not weary them-but drugs might

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Drugs, Special Reports

The over-65s take one-third of all pharmaceuticals that are prescribed by doctors every year, despit...

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FEATUREHerbal helpers for women over 50

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Special Reports

Never use Arnica internally unless it's dispensed in a homeopathic potency, as it has toxic effects ...

The damaged brain: How drugs cause dementia image

FEATUREThe damaged brain: How drugs cause dementia

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) in Diseases, Drugs, Special Reports

Dementia of all varieties, including Alzheimer's disease, is now epidemic, approaching an incidence ...

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FEATUREPreventing Dementia

March 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 12) in Drugs, Fitness, Special Reports

Dementia-a term that describes the decline in mental abilities such asthinking, remembering and reas...

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FEATUREHRT: the latest cancer risk

March 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 12) in Diseases, Drugs, Special Reports, Women's health

Anyone with shares in hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is in the doldrums

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FEATUREChange your mind, change your health

March 2010 (Vol. 20 Issue 12) in Diseases, Special Reports

One of the most fascinating aspects ofmind-body research concerns the link between personality and health

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