Hot topics close
 

Inflammatory marker could be early warning for dementia

New research identifies an inflammatory biomarker in the blood, called sCD14, that may predict someone's risk of developing clinical dementia.
Similar news
  • Cancer patients with dementia less likely to achieve a 'good death'
  • Older adults who have trouble sleeping at night may face a 25% higher risk of dementia, study finds
  • Researchers hope dementia vaccine will be the breakthrough of the next decade
  •  
  • Inflammatory marker could be early warning for dementia
  • Illiteracy may triple dementia risk
  • Dementia care: Not being able to read or write could ...
  • Dementia care: The vital skill that could determine your risk of developing the condition
  • Massage, music therapy manage dementia symptoms as well as ...
  • Massage, music therapy manage dementia symptoms as well as antipsychotic drugs, study finds
  • How a high salt diet may lead to cognitive decline
  • Study links high-salt diet and cognitive impairment
  • Latest issue of Alzheimer's & Dementia
  • Tackling stigma and improving support services top of ...
  • Tackling stigma and improving support services top of Alzheimers NZ's wishlist
  • Frontotemporal dementia: Devastating, prevalent and little understood — "60 Minutes"
  • Podcasts and feeds: Just in - Radio National (Australian ...
  •  
  • "Don't slow down or it'll get you": living with dementia
  • Turns out, despite the combat, marriage helps prevent dementia
  • Turns out, despite the combat, marriage helps prevent dementia
  • Sleep Awareness Week encourages better sleep for Older Australians