Alzheimer’s Society has worked with an expert taskforce to develop goals and detailed recommendations for research into dementia prevention, diagnosis, intervention and care by 2025.
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The moderating and covarying effects of social support and pain intensity on depressive symptomology among racially and ethnically diverse older adults
This article examines the interplay of social support, pain intensity and ethnicity as moderators and covariates of relationship on depressive symptomatology.
Researchers have reported that if a free predictive test for Alzheimer’s disease existed, three-quarters of surveyed US individuals, aged over 65 years, would take it.
An introduction to mental health, its prevalence in England and Mind’s thoughts about NHS Digital’s Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey.
A new report from Alzheimer’s Disease International (London, UK) has revealed that many patients with dementia have not received a diagnosis and calls for action to tackle the global dementia crisis.
Both formal and informal social support may help in reducing carer burden of parents with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.