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# Dementia

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Trinity College research could lead to 'novel treatment' for Alzheimer's
'Sometimes, I see fear in his eyes. I constantly reassure him but reassurance only lasts seconds.'
Dorothy Mooney
People look at me and say 'You don't look like somebody that has dementia'
People don't have to be afraid of dementia – they just need to know the facts
Ronan Smith
US politician found not guilty of sexually abusing his wife, an Alzheimer's patient
'In spite of themselves, people begin to see you in a different way'
Obese people less likely to develop dementia
Column: 4,000 people under the age of 65 are living with dementia in this country
Tina Leonard
Column: 'My mother is not a person dying from Alzheimer’s – she is a hero living with it'
Sean Donal O Shea
Caring for a relative with dementia can make you depressed
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
Dementia in those with Down syndrome now twice as likely
Opinion: Losing a parent to dementia requires a unique form of emotional stamina
Claire Micks
Video: Living with dementia – two families talk honestly about this heartbreaking disease
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
Don't know how to help grandparents with dementia? Ask them about the olden days
Are you over 50? Using the internet could help you fight off dementia
A little cynicism may be healthy, but too much can lead to dementia
Opinion: Dealing with dementia – why we are failing our parents and ultimately ourselves
Catherine W
They weren't lying: green tea is good for you
Older people are 'less aware that they make mistakes'
New blood test could predict onset of Alzheimer's
What's the difference between Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia?
Dementia sufferers 'inadequately assessed' in Irish hospitals
Mandela, the NSA and amazeyballs: The week in numbers
Column: 'The plans we made together are gone now, Alzheimer’s is a most horrifying illness'
Teresa Dillion
Dementia set to triple by 2050 as disease labelled "global epidemic"
Volunteers sought for study on stress levels among dementia caregivers
HSE: No 'on-going' CJD risk in Beaumont Hospital
Up to 20 people at risk from CJD contamination fears
Persistent staffing problems identified at Donegal nursing home
China has become one of the healthiest countries in the world in just two decades
Cambodia genocide defendant ruled unfit for trial
Gingko biloba extract "doesn't prevent Alzheimers"
New initiative to divert people with dementia from institutional care launched
UL scientists get €5 million for high-tech microscope to detect Alzheimer's
Osama Bin Laden may have been betrayed by oldest wife
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
Michael Freeman
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
Michael Freeman
Report calls for better diagnosis and support for dementia sufferers