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Recent Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses on Non-Pharmacological Treatments

Some of the following articles are available freely. Access to the full-text of the other articles requires a suitable Athens password, a journal subscription or payment. The Bibliographic Citations Regan, B. Varanelli, L. (2013). Adjustment, depression, and anxiety in mild … Continue reading

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Exercise Programs for People With Dementia (BBC News / Cochrane Review)

Summary A recent Cochrane systematic review of eight exercise trials, involving over 300 patients living at home or in care, indicates that exercise for people with dementia can help to improve thinking abilities and functioning in activities of daily living … Continue reading

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