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Dementia research funding spurs call to action for Federal Government

The Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) at The University of Queensland has secured $2 million in research funding from the estate of Clem Jones, prompting advocacy group Alzheimer's Australia to call on the Federal Government to follow their lead. As …
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Alzheimer's data show value of finding early interventions

“And even 32 percent of 'normal' subjects have significant amyloid plaque distribution in the frontal cortices,” she said. New research shows that evidence of Alzheimer's disease begins 10 to 20 years before dementia sets in. Discouraging as this might …
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Alzheimer's: Care now; cure someday

Another source of hope is that while caregiving for a person with Alzheimer's still becomes an indescribably difficult job, there are more resources for caregivers than ever before. Oxford, for instance, has the nation's longest-running dementia …
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Health And Fitness Understanding What Causes Dementia By Paul …

When your senior parent is diagnosed with dementia, you might wonder and ask yourself this crucial question, What is dementia? To be able to provide proper …
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Government right to push for reduced use of antipsychotics for dementia patients

13), there are no medications, including antipsychotics, that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treatment of behavioral and psychiatric symptoms of dementia. There is modest evidence in the medical literature to support the short …
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