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Brain scans provide grounds that artists may have more protection against dementia

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Greater risk of dementia seen in women with cerebrovascular disease and calcium supplementation

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Further exploration done on anti-inflammatory drugs and cognition in mice

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From July 24-28, the Alzheimer Society is hosting an art exhibit in conjunction with AAIC aimed at highlighting the effects of art for people living with dementia. Read more about it, and be sure to check out the gallery!   
Research is vital to finding better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat dementia and improve the quality of life of those affected by it. This study, the Canadian Dementia Priority Setting Partnership, aims to identify priority areas for Canadian dementia researchers and research funding organiza...
Check out the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's introductory guide on appropriate housing for people living with dementia  Thanks for nice share helpful guide!