Dementia in football: Ex-players three and a half times more likely to die of condition

Former professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to die of dementia than people of the same age range in the general population, according to new research.
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Source: The Doctors Lounge - Psychiatry - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Internal Medicine, Neurology, Pathology, Psychiatry, Geriatrics, Journal, Source Type: news
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No MMSE for You! A Case of an "Uncooperative" Patient With Early-Onset Dementia. Prim Care Companion CNS Disord. 2019 Oct 24;21(5): Authors: Tsai PH, Kaur G, Gopalakrishna G Abstract The Banner Alzheimer's Institute Case Conference is a weekly event in which physicians and staff discuss challenging and/or teaching cases of patients seen at the Institute's Stead Family Memory Clinic. These conferences are attended by a multidisciplinary group that includes Banner Alzheimer's Institute dementia specialists, community physicians (internal medicine, family medicine, and radiology), physician assi...
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PMID: 31726497 [PubMed - in process]
Source: J Korean Med Sci - Category: General Medicine Authors: Tags: J Korean Med Sci Source Type: research
CONCLUSION: Upon comparing the results with those from the earlier cohort study in Yeoncheon, the incidence of all-cause and AD dementia decreased by approximately 40% over 12 years; it has been mainly driven by the increase in the educational level of older adults. The declining time trends of incidence should be taken into account for estimating the future prevalence of dementia in Korea. PMID: 31726496 [PubMed - in process]
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DISCUSSION: CMDs, especially when comorbid, are associated with increased dementia risk; however, leisure activities and social integration mitigate this risk. PMID: 31718906 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: The Journal of Alzheimers Association - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Alzheimers Dement Source Type: research
Dear Candid Caregiver: I’m a divorced, middle-aged woman who’d very much enjoy a relationship but I can’t even date because my mother gets mad when I do. I thought that I’d left this behind after high school but I’m obviously wrong. Mom had a stroke two years ago and recovered as well as can be expected. Other than having a slight limp, there’s little physical sign of what she went through. The problem is that six months after her stroke, she was diagnosed with a combination of vascular dementia and Alzheimer’s dementia. I moved her in with me so that I could provide care when...
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Conclusions/interpretationReducing the burden of diabetes could result in substantial reductions in the incidence of dementia and disability over the medium to long term.
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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) bear a complex relationship, potentially increasing risk of one another reciprocally. However, recent evidence suggests post-TBI dementia exists as a distinct neurodegenerative syndrome, confounding...
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Publication date: Available online 13 November 2019Source: Social Science &MedicineAuthor(s): Sharon Walsh, Edel Doherty, Brendan Kennelly, Tom Pierse, Fiona Keogh, Eamon O'SheaAbstractDementia is a progressive and debilitating neurodegenerative condition which significantly impacts on quality of life and the ability to live independently. It is a leading cause of disability in older populations and carries significant economic and social costs. It is no wonder, therefore, that dementia has been identified as a major global health and social care challenge, especially with prevalence projected to triple by 2050. In man...
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