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Turmeric – from the kitchen to the clinic

Turmeric contains potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds which may account for its many medicinal benefits
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Green tea helps boost memory power

Green tea could help improve working memory, and may even have benefits in dementia, say scientists


9 April, 2014
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Loneliness worse for health than obesity

Extreme loneliness has a measurable effect on health and can increase the chances of premature death by as much as 14%


20 February, 2014
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Vitamin E could help Alzheimer’s patients stay independent for longer

A daily supplement could help people suffering from dementia keep up with daily activities with less need for help


6 January, 2014
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Proof that omega-3 supplements can reach the brain

Supplements of omega-3 fatty acids, reach the brain, say scientists and could help slow the progression of dementia


17 December, 2013
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The 5 healthy behaviours that keep disease away

A 35-year study has identified the five most productive behaviours for ensuring a disease free lifestyle


11 December, 2013
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Foot massage can calm anxiety in dementia patients

A 10-minute foot massage can help reduce agitation and enhance mood in older people living with dementia.


6 December, 2013
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Meditation’s stress-busting effect could slow Alzheimer’s progression

Brain changes associated with meditation could help slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias


29 November, 2013
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Aerobic exercise as good for the brain as it is for the body

New research highlights the tremendous benefit of aerobic exercise in keeping our memories sharp and our brains functioning well as we age


15 November, 2013
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Western pattern diet raises Alzheimer’s risk

A new international analysis shows that diets high in animal protein and animal fat lead to a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s disease


25 September, 2013
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Broccoli could be key in the fight against osteoarthritis

Sulphurous compounds in broccoli could slow down the destruction of cartilage in osteoarthritis


28 August, 2013
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