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Can Alzheimer’s Be Treated with Iron-Modifying Drugs?

Dietary iron is an essential element in the brain. That’s why it is critical to understand how it affects Alzheimer’s. Researchers used advanced X-ray techniques to take a giant step forward in understanding iron chemistry in amyloid plaque, the main culprit behind Alzheimer’s. Learn more about their exciting new insights.

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Financial Problems Can Signal Dementia Onset

Researchers found in a study that people who developed dementia were more likely to have their credit rating drop at least two and a half years before the diagnosis. Some had problems managing their money up to six years before. Find out more.

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Seeing the Same GP Improves Dementia Treatment

People with dementia who were consistently seen by the same General Practitioner (GP) are given fewer medicines and are less likely to be given medicines that can cause problems, according to researchers at University of Exeter. Learn more.

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