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Vitamin E Found Not To Delay Dementia

Vitamin E Found Not To Delay Dementia

A recent study has found that taking antioxidant supplements, such as vitamin E and selenium, does not, in fact, delay the onset of dementia as previously predicted. Antioxidants have previously interested those in dementia research, as it has been commonly suggested that oxidative stress could be a leading cause of

Unique Dementia Therapy

3 Unique Dementia Therapy Techniques

There are numerous different types of dementia therapy available to sufferers of the condition, but there is often much debate as to which work better than others. Here we look at three rather unique dementia therapy techniques that have been used around the world successfully. 1) Dance therapy One technique

Adopting The American Model Towards Respite Care

Scotland Sees Success in Adopting the American Model Towards Respite Care

Hundreds of Scottish families have been shown to have benefited from an American adapted model for respite care, who’s goal has been to increase the number of short breaks available to full-time unpaid carers. Back in 2016, Scotland’s respitality initiative successfully allowed 564 unpaid Scottish carers to take a break

Way Forward For Aged Care

Outsourcing Continues to be the Way Forward for Aged Care

Controversy over how the Department of Health is tackling the issues Aged Care faces continues this week, as further outsourcing projects with the aim to help improve the service have been revealed. The Australian Ageing Agenda (AAA) have discovered several projects now authorised by the Department of Health are currently

Football And Dementia Care

Football and Dementia – New Study by FA Aims to Examine the Link Between the Two

The English football governing body, the FA, have revealed this week its plans for a six-figure study to examine the link between football and dementia, with the goal to discover if it is, in fact, more prevalent in former footballers than the rest of the population. “We are taking it

Couple’s Love Survives For 50 Years Home Care

Couple’s Love Survives for 50 Years, Despite Duel Dementia Diagnoses

Dementia is a cruel neurodegenerative disease that slowly strips its sufferers from their connection with family, friends and the outside world. For one couple, however, not even that has been able to keep them apart, regardless of whether or not they sometimes forget who each other are. Both Chris Warren,

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