Avril Staunton was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in her 50s but refuses to be defined by it.Read the full story ›
A former Devon teacher has walked more than two hundred miles to raise money for a charity that supports his friend of more than 40 years.Read the full story ›
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New research from Exeter University says a lack of Vitamin D is associated with a much greater increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer's.
A team, led by Dr David Llewellyn from the University's Medical School found that the study participants who were severely deficient in Vitamin D were more than twice as likely to develop the conditions. Vitamin D is found in foods such as oily fish.
Hilary Cunliffe's husband Bob died of Alzheimer's patient. She said sharing news of his dementia of friends helped.
Sian Blackham from the Alzheimer's Society says we must start talking frankly about dementia.
Forty per cent of people in the South West would find it difficult to tell their families if they thought they had dementia. That's according to a poll commissioned by Alzheimer's Society published today.
The Society is warning it could mean thousands of people in the region are struggling with the disease, without the support of their families. At the moment, 52,000 people in the South West have been diagnosed with dementia.
A Premiere is taking place in London tonight for a new film 'Forget Me Not'. It is the story of 62 year old Jamie Graham from Dauntsey, in Wiltshire who was diagnosed at 59 with early onset Alzheimer's.