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28 November, 2013 - CBC News

READ THE CBC STORY READ THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE ARTICLE Doctors in the US have noted that recent studies from the US and Europe indicate dementia incidence rates among people born in the first half of the 20th century are declining...

28 November, 2013 - NewsOne

Despite being born deaf, T.J. Ellison, a high school student in Athens, Georgia, is known for his positive attitude and exceptional abilities on the football field. Ellison refused to let his disability stop him from doing what he loves; he worked...

28 November, 2013 - BBC News

Ten former hockey players have sued the National Hockey League (NHL) for damages and medical monitoring for all NHL players who retired before February 14, 2013, accusing the league of not doing enough to prevent concussions. The lawsuit alleges...

28 November, 2013 - The Guardian

Dr. Chris Dyer, a consultant geriatrician and leader of a dementia project at the Royal United Hospital in Bath, UK, believes that hospitals must take the lead in dismantling the stigma around dementia by adopting a holistic approach. According to...

28 November, 2013 - ABC News

The world’s largest clinical trial on the use of aspirin to prevent disease in the elderly has found that aspirin may be effective in delaying the onset of dementia, partially because it reduces the risk of repeat heart attacks or strokes by 23%....

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