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The Jura Care Research Team is dedicated to bringing insightful and valuable information to the public, within the domain of Alzheimer's and other forms of Dementia. Content published online is for informational purposes and does not necessarily reflect the view point or perspective of the Jura Care Village. The Jura Care Team does not claim any ownership of the content it publishes online.
30 05, 2018

Exercise Doesn’t Delay Decline in People With Dementia

By |2018-05-30T20:45:31+00:00May 30th, 2018|Research|0 Comments

  While physical exercise may stave off dementia, it does not delay the mental decline in people after they've been diagnosed, a study in nearly 500 people with the condition reported Thursday. While [...]

30 04, 2018

Memories of music cannot be lost to Alzheimer’s and dementia

By |2019-07-12T07:56:35+00:00April 30th, 2018|Research|0 Comments

  If you're especially into a piece of music, your brain does something called Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR), which feels to you like a tingling in your brain or scalp. It's nature's own little "buzz", a [...]

10 04, 2018

Anti-Epileptic Drugs Increase Risk of Dementia

By |2018-04-10T13:51:15+00:00April 10th, 2018|Medication, Research|0 Comments

  The use of antiepileptic drugs is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease and Dementia, according to a new study. Continuous use of anti-epileptic drugs for a period exceeding one year [...]

21 02, 2018

Dementia Linked To Chronic Drinking of Alcohol, say scientists

By |2019-07-12T07:56:42+00:00February 21st, 2018|Research|0 Comments

  While some studies have shown a possible benefit of light-to-moderate drinking, chronic heavy drinking is a major risk factor for all types of dementia, especially early onset of the disease, according to [...]

14 02, 2018

Just one hour a week of social interaction helps dementia patients

By |2019-07-12T07:56:43+00:00February 14th, 2018|Research|0 Comments

  Just one hour a week of social interaction can improve the quality of life for dementia patients in care homes, a study suggests. A trial involving more than 800 people with dementia [...]