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In a bid to address the escalating number of people being diagnosed with dementia, three senior executives have pooled their skills and resources to develop Drive Out Dementia, an elite one day event...
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Higher blood glucose levels, even within the ‘normal’ range, may have a significant impact on total brain volume and grey matter atrophy in later life, according to a study by researchers from the...
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Co-Director of CHeBA Professor Perminder Sachdev has been awarded US$2.57 million from the National Institutes of Health, USA, to identify risk and protective factors and biomarkers of cognitive...
Image - CHeBA Granted US$2.57 Million to Identify Risk Factors for Dementia
The prevalence of incidental findings, or unexpected abnormalities, on brain imaging scans from twins over the age of 65 has been assessed by researchers from the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (...
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Inconsistent performance in responding to a stimulus, rather than the speed with which one responds, is a marker of accelerated ageing and predicts mortality in older people, according to research...
Image - Intraindividual Reaction Time Variability Independently Predicts Mortality

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