Researchers at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health say the UK is not heading for a dementia epidemic of the scale initially feared, after all.
At a national conference last year on dementia my colleague Janet took the microphone during question time and asked why the pressure on GPs to
This is a tiny corner of my garden. This morning it was so bursting with colour and sunshine and birdsong it was like stepping into
Thousands of older people have been ‘euthanized’ in Belgium, according to the Journal of Medical Ethics. If you’re old and ill and live in Belgium,
I’m so delighted to hear viewers’ responses to Dementiaville, aired on Channel 4 last evening. It took place in a care home where residents with
A national newspaper has revealed that hospital security guards are being used to restrain disturbed dementia in NHS hospitals. Under the Freedom of Information Act
GPs who don’t give early dementia diagnosis should be sued, says the Director of a Dementia Services Development Centre. Professor Andrews is director of the
More boys suffer from autism than girls. And more older women suffer from Alzheimer’s than men. Yet a new discovery shows that the same gene,