Tag Archives: Norwich

On the Benefits of Supportive Social Networks (Journal of Alzheimers Disease)

Summary Data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) has been used to demonstrate that positive social support from friends, family etc. is associated statistically with a reduced risk of developing dementia. Conversely, negative social support appears to increase … Continue reading

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Dementia Risk in UK Declining? (BBC News / Lancet / NHS Choices)

Summary The risk of older people developing dementia may be going down in the UK, according to epidemiological research published in the Lancet. A smaller proportion of older people living in Britain appear have the condition than experts would had predicted earlier, possibly due to improving … Continue reading

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