Tag Archives: Health and Retirement Study (HRS)

Further Brief Insights Into the Potentially Neuroprotective Benefits of Certain Foods (BBC News / Scientific Reports / ARUK / AAIC)

Summary There is evidence to suggest that the protein β-parvalbumin found in fish inhibits the formation of α-synuclein (the protein present in Parkinson’s Disease). The cross-reaction of β-parvalbumin and human amyloidogenic proteins may explain at least some of the health … Continue reading

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Female Informal Caregivers’ Quality of Life: European Perspectives (University of York CHE)

Summary A significant body of previous research into informal caregiving has pointed to the intense emotional and physical burden for some caregivers. Research by the University of York Centre for Health Economics (CHE) investigated the subjective experience dementia care among female … Continue reading

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Monetary Costs of Dementia in the United States (New England Journal of Medicine / RAND)

Summary The societal cost of dementia in the United States has been estimated to range from $157 billion to $215 billion annually according to RAND economists, making the disease more costly than heart disease or cancer. Read more: Cost of Dementia Tops $157 … Continue reading

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