Tag Archives: Prevalence of Cerebrovascular Disease

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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Regional Variations in Premature Death (BBC News / Public Health England)

Summary Public Health England has published the Longer Lives website which ranks local authorities in league tables, using a colour-coded traffic-light system, to highlight regional variations in premature death. Red indicates the worst regions, while green indicates the best areas, when comparing the numbers of people under … Continue reading

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Increasing Active Travel in Urban England and Wales: Potential Savings for the National Health Service (Lancet)

Summary This statistical study looks into the potential savings which increasing levels of walking and cycling in urban areas (i.e. reduced use of private cars and presumably motorised public transport) could bring about purely as a result of positive health … Continue reading

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