A new study investigating the effects of a nutrient drink for Alzheimer's disease has led to very different headlines in the media.
"Marriage and having close friends may help protect against dementia, according to Loughborough University researchers," BBC News reports.
"Common blood thinning drugs halve the risk of dementia for patients who have an irregular heartbeat," reports the Mail Online.
“Common blood thinning drugs halve the risk of dementia for patients who have an irregular heartbeat,” reports the Mail Online.
"Magic mushrooms can 'reboot' brain to treat depression," reports the Daily Telegraph.
"Adding lithium to tap water could prevent thousands of dementia cases," reports The Daily Telegraph.
"Gum disease sufferers 70% more likely to get dementia," The Times reports.
"A drug commonly used to treat diabetes could help those living with Parkinson's disease," The Guardian reports.
"Snoring linked to Alzheimer's," the Mail Online reports. A US study reported an association between sleep-disorder breathing and Alzheimer's disease in later life.
"Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk," BBC News reports. A major review by The Lancet has identified nine potentially modifiable risk factors linked to dementia.