"Middle-aged people who feel dizzy when standing up from a lying-down position may be at a higher risk of dementia or a stroke in the future," reports BBC News, after researchers followed a large group of people in the US for up to 25 years.
"A simple eye test carried out by opticians could help predict who is at risk of developing dementia," BBC News reports.
'Scientists claim there is 'no convincing evidence' so-called sunshine supplements protect people from memory loss' the Mail Online reports
"Sleep apnoea may contribute to dementia by starving the brain of oxygen at night, suggests study," is the headline from The Independent.
“Is this the solution to Alzheimer's?” asks the Mail Online. Sadly, the report is an overblown reaction to a small, poor-quality and arguably over-hyped study
'Folic-acid supplements slash high blood pressure sufferers' risk of suffering a stroke by almost 75 per cent, new research suggests' the Mail Online reports
'A daily sauna could cut your risk of stroke by as much as 61%' the Mail Online reports
'People who suffer brain injuries are at increased risk of dementia later in life, a large study suggests' BBC News reports
'Just ONE bad night’s sleep ‘increases your chances of Alzheimer’s,’ experts fear' is the misleading claim in The Sun