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Title Catalyst: Alzheimer's - Can we prevent it?
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Summary Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia accounting for up to 70 per cent of cases. After the age of 65, the chance of getting the disease doubles every five years. Given there's no cure, it's scary stuff. But mounting research suggests that Alzheimer's can be delayed - and even prevented. In this episode we explore how lifestyle choices today may affect our chances of cognitive decline in the future. From what we eat to how much we move, even how we sleep ... scientists are suggesting that the power to push back the disease is largely in our hands
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-08-23 at 20:02:00
Notes Classification: PG
Subject Alzheimer's disease -- Age factors.
Alzheimer's disease -- Etiology.
Alzheimer's disease -- Research.
Brain -- Magnetic resonance imaging.
Exercise therapy for older people.
Hippocampus (Brain)
Form Streaming video
Author Anderson, Clare, contributor
de la Monte, Suzanne, contributor
Erickson, Kirk, contributor
Lynch, Susan, contributor
Manousakis, Jessy, contributor
Martins, Ralph, contributor
Phillips, Graham, reporter
Plant, G. W. (Graham W.), contributor
Radd, Sue, contributor
Szoeke, Cassandra, contributor