George Claassen asks if it was unfair to name Mallett at all in a case of alleged misconduct that clearly has no relevance to him?
A study discovered that married people are believed to have a lower chance of developing dementia than those who are divorced or separated, widowed, or never married.
If you thought drinking the 'diet' equivalent of a cold drink was the healthier option, think again.
New research shows that people with anaemia were considerably more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia than those without anaemia.
A new study that suggests good heart health in middle age could lower your odds for problems with thinking and memory later in life.
There is a theory that some of the biological processes that contribute to cancer may actually protect against dementia.
When young people with a family history of Alzheimer's disease suffer from memory lapses, it may be reason to start worrying.
There is the perception that financial difficulties may occur only in the late stages of dementia, but this can actually happen quite early.
What if you could determine if you'll develop Alzheimer's, years in advance?
A new study indicates that a woman's lifetime exposure to oestrogen might affect her memory and thinking.
A new study suggests that a more active lifestyle, including physical, cognitive and social activities, may help maintain cognition in older adults.
The findings of a new study add to evidence that stress hormones affect the brain health of women and men differently.
Is Dad's forgetfulness normal ageing or a sign of something more serious, such as dementia?
A recent study found that people who got 'intensive' control of their high blood pressure showed a slowing of accumulation of certain lesions in the brain's white matter.
Dementia is something most of us would rather not think about . . . until it affects us directly.
No, brain degeneration doesn't happen overnight.
Pearl’'s Memory Babies, a nonprofit group based in Kentucky, was launched after its founder saw the lasting effect a doll had on her mother-in-law.
Researchers found that people with more education scored better on tests of memory and language than those with less education, no matter how much plaque their brains contained.
New research supports previous findings that regular use of word and number puzzles helps keep our brains working better for longer.
Researchers have found that the makeup of the gut microbiome is linked to risks for conditions, such as dementia, obesity, asthma and type 1 diabetes.
If you're looking to eat healthier, lose weight, and have more energy during the day, researchers advise trying a plant-based or Mediterranean diet.
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