Tag Archives: Dementia Risk Reduction Among People in Midlife: NHS Health Checks

What’s Good For the Heart is Good For the Brain (BBC News / PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) estimates that possibly a third of dementia cases could be improved through healthier lifestyle choices. Guidance on healthy lifestyles, to help reduce the risk of dementia, is to be given to patients via free NHS … Continue reading

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Updated UK Dementia Atlas (Department of Health / BBC News)

Summary The Department of Health’s updated dementia atlas reveals the “postcode lottery” of regional variations in how well the local services in different areas perform in the prevention, diagnosis, support and care for people with dementia. The dementia atlas maps five … Continue reading

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