We take a look at what's been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.

The Lumosity scandal should be a wake-up call to a forgotten market

News that a respected brain training app company has been fined for misleading its customers may only be the ‘tip of the iceberg’ warns James Ashwell, in his latest blog.

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How to get organised when caring for someone with dementia

Find out why creating some structure in the daily life of the person you care for will help them to live better with dementia.

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Drugs for Alzheimer’s disease could exist by 2025, say scientists

An expert from University College London believes drugs that can push back the age that people get dementia could be developed within a decade.

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Experiencing dementia through a virtual world

Ever wondered what someone with dementia must be thinking, feeling and seeing? Now you can with a ground-breaking simulator designed to help family, friends and carers to understand debilitating dementia symptoms.

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Smells like dementia? How a unique odour test may detect Alzheimer’s…

New research suggests changes in the smell of your urine could be a biomarker for dementia.

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Winter weather preparation for someone with dementia

With cold weather in the forecast, it’s important that your loved one with dementia is kept safe and warm. Here’s where to start…

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