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Tags: dementia


Too early to claim MRI-based screening test for dementia is beneficial


University offers muddled summary of dementia study in mice using ‘healing’ sound waves


University teases sweet solution to older adults’ memory problems


PR release touts big numbers in HRT protection against dementia studies, but ignores important numbers


Computer tablets for easing agitation in dementia patients: Hospital gives fair treatment to small pilot study


Caffeine and dementia risk: news release ignores limitations of observational research


Can college coursework help seniors ward off dementia? This study can’t tell us that