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“Punch her in the face,” one suspect apparently said, according to the documents.
Babies crawl around on mats, playing with colourful plastic toys. Toddlers and parents sit on the floor chatting. A bag of
Cees would visit Nel in the nursing home twice a day, every day.
It’s common for people to think dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are just two terms for exactly the same thing - but they
"I can still have meaningful relationships -- don't be shy around me."
Carers and sufferers battle stigmas surrounding the illness.
If you dream a lot when you sleep you may be less likely to develop dementia, new research suggests.  A study by a Swinburne
Most people associate the early stages of dementia with symptoms such as getting confused or struggling to recall details
Ninety-one-year-old lovebirds Nic and Trees Elderhorst kissed each other goodbye and, while still holding hands, died together
Sudoku and other “brain-training” games do little to prevent dementia, contrary to widespread belief, a report has revealed
The complex will mirror a real community and is modelled on a project from The Netherlands.
More than 400,000 Australians currently live with the disease.
More than 1.2 million people in England and Wales will have dementia by 2040, new research suggests. People are living longer
Brain training games can help boost memory and reduce the problems associated with the very earliest stages of dementia, such
Scientists have found that doses of a drug designed to treat epilepsy, also has a benefit in restoring normal brain activity
At The Restaurant Of Order Mistakes, which opened in Tokyo, Japan, earlier this month, customers expect their order to come
With every passing year our brains tend to get a little less sharp, because like every other organ in the body, our brain
After another night with a few too hours sleep, we are all guilty of chain-drinking our way into a caffeinated hole. And
Meet John O'Malley, the 'King' of Blacktown Hospital.