From superfoods to trackers, Alzheimer's research and scientific breakthroughs, we take a look at what's been going on in the world of dementia over the past week.

Are blueberries the new Alzheimer’s superfood?

Research this week claims they’re loaded with antioxidants that help brain function in people with mild cognitive impairment.

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James’s blog: fascinating trackers research and fruitful meetings

This week talked about the importance of connecting with customers through the right language and some exciting meetings.

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Breakthrough in research on rare type of dementia

A small study has found primary progressive aphasia has been linked to a build-up of proteins in the left side of the brain.

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Memories lost through dementia may be revived, says research

A study suggests memories wiped by Alzheimer’s could be retrieved by stimulating certain brain cells using a special light.

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Could maple syrup help ward off Alzheimer’s?

The popular pancake topping may help to stop the brain cell damage that leads to dementia.

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