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Is Traumatic Brain Injury in Any Way Linked to an Increased Risk of Dementia?

Dementia

In 2018, researchers concluded the largest study ever carried out on the effects of traumatic brain injury and its connection with dementia. The study examined almost three million people in Denmark and looked at the after-effects of a traumatic brain injury over a 36-year period. What is a traumatic brain injury? Every year, around 50 […]

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Tackling the Addiction: What’s the Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient Care?

Tackling the Addiction

Treating any kind of addiction can be a very stressful process. It requires time, care, both medical and emotional support, and very possibly a lot of money. In the end, all of those different factors are invested in turning someone against some of their most strongly ingrained, hard to kick habits, and the result is […]

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[Dementia vs Alzheimer’s] The Important Health Questions and Answers When Caring for Your Elderly

Dementia vs Alzheimer’s

With each phase of life comes both newfound wisdom and a new set of challenges. For more than 50 million people worldwide, one of those challenges is dementia, a not all too uncommon cause of memory loss. Despite the condition’s relative frequency, dementia is often confused with a different, albeit similar, diagnosis that’s also associated […]

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