Monthly Archives: October 2013

Contended Dementia

Contended Dementia The Contented Dementia Trust is a small charity with a huge aim – to promote the lifelong well-being of people with dementia. Contented Dementia is the title of a book I (blogger Marilyn Langeman) read recently, written by … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s breakthrough: Cure or hype?

Alzheimer’s breakthrough: Cure or hype? If you regularly walk past a newspaper stand, then “Alzheimer’s cure” or “Major Alzheimer’s breakthrough” headlines will be a familiar sight. And here we are again. UK researchers have, for the first time, used a … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s breakthrough hailed as ‘turning point’

Alzheimer’s breakthrough hailed as ‘turning point’ The discovery of the first chemical to prevent the death of brain tissue in a neurodegenerative disease has been hailed as the “turning point” in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. More work is needed … Continue reading

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Psychosis center aims to prevent violence

Psychosis center aims to prevent violence Maryland was one of several states that reacted to last year’s mass shooting at a Newtown, Conn., school by boosting mental health spending or tightening gun control laws for people with severe mental illness. Unlike the … Continue reading

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