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She had dementia, chronic pneumonia and a kidney tumor.
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The patient was in her 70s with a diagnosis of dementia.
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Also, if you don’t replace your oestrogen during the menopause, women have an increase in the risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, dementia and diabetes.”
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I have read that coffee can potentially reduce the chances of getting dementia, something that has affected a couple of people I care about, and have become intensely paranoid about getting.
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Jigsaws also hone memory skills (there is plenty of research to suggest that puzzles help prevent dementia) and aid spatial skills.
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Staff in a few care homes have moved in on a voluntary basis – one dementia home in Sheffield made the decision in March – and successfully protected residents, reducing the risk of transmission through care workers coming in and out on shifts who may be carrying the virus asymptomatically.
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If you followed their advice, you could have someone in a bedroom with symptoms, someone next door without symptoms.” Dementia sufferers often like to walk around their homes, and as the homes don’t lock residents in, the virus spreads.
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But the lack of contact has been hard to bear for nursing home residents, many of whom are battling dementia, and psychologists have warned that the trauma of perceived abandonment can be fatal for some.