The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 300 million people worldwide have depression and 50 million have dementia. Schizophrenia is estimated to affect 23 million people, and bipolar disorder around 60 million.
Why do some people have awesome memories in old age? A study hopes to reveal the secret of those who manage to keep memories equivalent to people many years younger
Scientists from Japan and Australia have led a new study together saying a new blood test can detect a toxic protein known as amyloid beta, linked to Alzheimer's.
A study that involves computer games has resulted in 29 percent decreased risk of dementia in older adults across a 10-year period.
A new study on Alzheimer's disease says that there is a way of screening people for early intervention and it all lies in the way we use words when we speak.
Drug currently in trial appears to slow onset of disease for early stage patients.
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