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New UK study finds one in five dementia sufferers gets no support, new study from the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health reveals 99% failure rate for new Alzheimer's drugs, and the potential of video games to address health issues (read more). 

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Moderate amounts of physical activity may slow Alzheimer's, USA2 and partners educate policymakers on the urgency of the Alzheimer's crisis, and Japan's growing dementia burden (read more). 

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George Vradenburg's leadership in the global fight against Alzheimer's, Luminosity provides researchers access to its customer data to address Alzheimer's and other cognitive issues, and a new Census Bureau report highlights aging issues facing baby boomers (read more). 

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Florida editorial underscores the need to improve long-term care support for seniors, Patrick Kennedy and Husseini Manji argue for increased funding for brain research, and a new book, The Upside of Aging, examines aging issues including Alzheimer's (read more). 

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GE brings together a wide range of researchers in one global research center to focus on brain health, the University of Wisconsin launches fund to tackle Alzheimer's, and with World Cup fever hitting America, Scientific American looks at the link between soccer and brain damage (read more).  

 

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