Tag Archives: Vascular Dementia: Prevention

Digital Support for People At Risk of Type 2 Diabetes (NHS England / Diabetes Care)

Summary Online support and wearable monitoring technology will be provided for eligible people at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes, as part of planned extensions to the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme. This complies with ambitions in the NHS NHS Long … Continue reading

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More on the Association Between Poor Oral Hygiene and Dementia / Alzheimer’s Disease Risk (NHS Choices / Journal of the American Geriatrics Society)

Summary Poor dental hygiene and tooth loss appear to be associated with an increased risk of developing dementia, according to research from Japan. Full Text Link Reference ‘Tooth loss link to increased risk of dementia’. London: NHS Choices; Behind the … Continue reading

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Blood Pressure: a Risk Factor for Vascular Dementia (Alzheimer’s Society / Stroke / BHF)

Summary Researchers at the George Institute for Global Health, following 4.28 million individuals, have shown a statistical association indicating that high blood pressure in middle age significantly increases the risk of developing vascular dementia (the second most common form of … Continue reading

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Promoting Awareness of Current Trials and Encouraging Public Engagement in Dementia Research (NIHR / Join Dementia Research)

Summary The “Join Dementia Research” website has been designed to assist people to learn more about dementia research which is ongoing, whether in their local areas or across the UK. This service offers the public opportunities to get involved in … Continue reading

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High Intensity Training: Suitable for the Elderly? (BBC News / Journal of the American Geriatrics Society / FSEM)

Summary Short six-second bursts of vigorous exercise, known as High Intensity Training (HIT), could potentially transform the health of elderly people by helping to reduce blood pressure and improve general fitness. Researchers at Abertay University believe HIT could help reduce … Continue reading

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Smoking Increases Risk of Stroke and Dementia (Public Health England)

Summary The Public Health England (PHE) “Smokefree Health Harms” campaign highlights the damage to health which can be caused by smoking. The inhalation of dangerous chemicals from cigarettes (such as arsenic and cyanide) can damage the vascular system and major organs, … Continue reading

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Significant Role of Physical Activity in Reducing Risk of Dementia (BBC News / PLoS One)

Summary A study spanning 35 years by Cardiff University, following 2,235 men from Caerphilly, has found a strong beneficial impact of life-long exercise in reducing the risk of developing dementia. The research team estimates that unhealthy living has accounted for around 10% of the NHS … Continue reading

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