Tag Archives: APOE e4 (Apolipoprotein E e4)

Potential Association Between Tea Consumption and a Reduced Risk of Developing Dementia? (NHS Choices / Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging)

Summary There is some evidence from Singapore that tea drinkers may be less likely to develop brain disorders such as dementia. Researchers discovered that Chinese elderly tea drinkers appeared to be less likely to develop dementia compared to non-drinkers. “The … Continue reading

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On “SuperAgers”: People Who Avoid Age-Related Memory Problems (BBC News / Journal of Neuroscience / Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience / JINS)

Summary Researchers have been studying “SuperAgers”, and the associated phenomenon of SuperAging, to discover possible physiological and genetic mechanisms behind the fortuitous preservation of superior memory into old age. Full Text Link Reference ‘Super agers’ offer clue to keeping a … Continue reading

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Non-Alzheimer’s Dementias: Three Reviews (Lancet)

Summary The Lancet has published a series of three up-to-date reviews concerning non-Alzheimer’s dementia. Full Text Link (Note: This article requires a suitable Athens password, a journal subscription or payment for access). Reference Dementia – not all about Alzheimer’s. [Editorial]. … Continue reading

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Further Dementia Diagnostic Test Accuracy Systematic Review Protocols (Cochrane Database)

Summary This is an additional list of diagnostic testing-related protocols, further to the Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group (CDCIG) Diagnostic Test Accuracy (DTA) protocols and protocol templates listed earlier in Generic Protocol(s) for Diagnostic Test Accuracy Reviews in Dementia … Continue reading

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Generic Protocol(s) for Diagnostic Test Accuracy Reviews in Dementia (Cochrane Database)

Summary The Cochrane Dementia and Cognitive Improvement Group (CDCIG) is working – in collaboration with the Cochrane Diagnostic Test Accuracy Review Unit (DTA Unit) and the Institute of Public Health (IPH) – on a series of Cochrane Diagnostic Test Accuracy … Continue reading

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