Latest cognitive impairment News

Intriguing connections between Alzheimer’s disease and other common conditions
Improving the quality of care for older Australians in hospital
Mindful use of psychotropic medicines: new standard a lifeline for people with cognitive disability or impairment
Caring for older Americans’ teeth and gums is essential, but Medicare generally doesn’t cover that cost
Are 2 mid-career AFL retirements a sign Australian athletes are taking brain health more seriously?
A healthy dose of caution required for Virtual Reality
Study finds significant overlap in neurochemicals from long COVID and ME/CFS patients
ME/CFS Progression In Focus With $438,000 Grant
Local Libraries Add To Accessible Book Collections
We created a VR tool to test brain function. It could one day help diagnose dementia
New studies suggest millions with mild cognitive impairment go undiagnosed, often until it’s too late
Melbourne Man Jailed Over 266kg MDMA Import
Over 1 in 3 people affected by neurological conditions, the leading cause of illness and disability worldwide
Newest Dementia Australia Honorary Medical Advisor promotes dementia-specific tools for GPs
Does intermittent fasting have benefits for our brain?
Linguistic clues can help detect mild cognitive impairment
Cognitive Impairment Varies Significantly Among Individuals with Newly Diagnosed Psychosis
Mounting research shows that COVID-19 leaves its mark on the brain, including with significant drops in IQ scores
Pro Surfers Get On Board Wipeout Dementia
New figures show dementia prevalence to almost double over 30 years
HKUST Neuroscientists Develop Highly Accurate Universal Diagnostic Blood Test
All aged care workers now have free access to Ask Annie, award-winning mobile dementia education app
All aged care workers now have access to Ask Annie, award-winning mobile dementia education app
Could hearing aids help stave off dementia in older adults?
Dementia Australia welcomes new appointment of Age Discrimination Commissioner
What are the early signs of dementia, and how does it differ from normal ageing?
Furry fruit improves mental health – fast
Nationally Recognised Dementia Course paves leadership pathway to enhance dementia knowledge, skills and build capacity in dementia care
Funding success to develop epidemiology of dementia
No spokes in these wheels: an intellectual disability fails to deter cyclists
Man charged after aged-care resident allegedly sexually assaulted – Galston
Funding Success to further develop the global epidemiology of Dementia
Molecular Biomarkers to Diagnose Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
Police appeal to locate man missing from Riverstone 5 January
Progress on new Aged Care Act a step in the right direction
Taken together, the NDIS review and the royal commission recommendations could transform disability housing
New program empowers those with dementia to live their fullest lives
Immune protein may induce dementia unrelated to high blood pressure
It’s beginning to look a lot like burnout. How to take care of yourself before the holidays start
Turning back clock on brains aged by Covid
Problem screen use hits attention and higher-level thinking: study 
Police appeal to locate missing man – Mortdale 14 November
New culprit in amyloid beta buildup, neurodegeneration
Dementia is Not Just About Memory Loss
How dangerous is insomnia? How fear of what it’s doing to your body can wreck your sleep
Fluctuating blood pressure: a warning sign for dementia and heart disease
Dementia Australia survey highlights overlooked impacts of caring roles
Significant development in mild cognitive impairment treatment revealed in Australia