So much for ‘in sickness and in health, until death do us part’.
Neurologists at a ‘memory clinic’ in China have diagnosed a case of Alzheimer’s in a 19-year-old patient. This is the youngest person ever to be diagnosed with the dreaded disease.
The ‘Hedgehog’ avoids possible 300-year prison sentence.
A study published this week says that even a single season of professional rugby can result in a decline in brain function.
Eight former players are set to take legal action against rugby governing bodies, with claims that the sport is a “ticking timebomb” with regards to dementia.
91-year-old Des Scott, a highly successful businessman from KZN, finds himself at the centre of a family dispute over his fortune.
It was another one of those speeches that makes you question the sanity of the sentient naartjie, and some are saying that Donny is losing his marbles.
The Mediterranean diet could be the world’s answer to ageing – even fending off the effects of dementia.
American-neuroscientists from the University of Southern California, and North Carolina’s Wake Forest University believe that the restoration of lost long term memory could be achieved through brain implants within the next few years.