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Mum-of-four whose best friend promised to adopt her children dies after battle with terminal brain disease

mum-of-four whose best friend promised to adopt her children dies after battle with terminal brain disease
Missy Armstrong has said she will hug Sara Hankins' children extra tightly
Daily Record

Woman has wire inserted into brain after contracting disease on...

woman has  wire inserted into brain after contracting disease on...
A mum had to have an electrified wire inserted in her brain to stop crippling pain which felt like hundreds of nettles stinging her face - caused by a tick bite on Dartmoor. Laura Horner, 51, endured..
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News video: David Cassidy Reveals Struggle with Dementia

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Merely one week after revealing his struggle with dementia, David Cassidy is slated to speak out again about his battle with the crippling brain disease. The former "Partridge Family" star will..
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News video: French-Bulgarian philosopher Tzvetan Todorov dies at 77

French-Bulgarian philosopher Tzvetan Todorov dies at 77 00:42

The historian and philosopher Tzvetan Todorov has died at the age of 77, his family have said. The French writer of Bulgarian origin died following complications from a degenerative brain..
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Oversleeping could be an early symptom of Alzheimer's, new research suggests

Scientists find those who struggle to resist the lure of a lie-in or typically rest for more than nine hours more likely to develop brain disease
Independent

Nobby Stiles case has boosted campaign for research into football and brain disease, say supporters

At least four of Sir Alf Ramsey's World Cup winning starting XI are suffering with dementia or memory loss
Independent

Rare brain disease sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease kills Ayr dad just days after shock diagnosis

rare brain disease sporadic creutzfeldt-jakob disease kills ayr dad just days after shock diagnosis
KEEN sportsman Billy McCann had gone into hospital with debilitating dizziness but never returned home after spending 16 days in hospital.
Daily Record

Concussions could cause Alzheimer's: Researchers find clearest ever link between mild head injuries and the tragic brain disease

concussions could cause alzheimer's: researchers find clearest ever link between mild head injuries and the tragic brain disease
Scans performed on wounded war veterans in Boston have revealed the clearest evidence to date that head injuries wear down the defenses of brain regions vulnerable to the disease.
MailOnline

Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)? singer-songwriter Peter Sarstedt dies aged 75 after six-year battle against rare brain disease 

where do you go to (my lovely)? singer-songwriter peter sarstedt dies aged 75 after six-year battle against rare brain disease 
Peter Sarstedt's most famous song Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?, about a girl born in poverty who becomes a member of the European jet-set, topped the UK singles charts in February 1969.
MailOnline

Barbara Tarbuck dead: American Horror Story actress dies aged 74 following battle with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 

American Horror Story actress Barbara Tarbuck has died aged 74[Getty] The star passed away at her home in Los Angeles on Boxing Day after a battle with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease  The actress, who was..
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Aluminium DOES cause Alzheimer's: Expert says new findings confirm the metal is behind the devastating brain disease

aluminium does cause alzheimer's: expert says new findings confirm the metal is behind the devastating brain disease
Professor Chris Exley, from Keele University, says the new findings should encourage anyone who has maintained that aluminium has no role in cognitive decline to think again.
MailOnline

Columbia University reveal what your brain looks like when you 'zone out'

columbia university reveal what your brain looks like when you 'zone out'
A mesmerising new video reveals how brain signals and blood flow interact. Researchers from the University of Columbia, New York, hope their images will help in the treatment of brain disease
MailOnline

Gogglebox star Shaun Malone reveals he almost died from a terrifying brain infection

Shaun Malone stars on Channel 4's Gogglebox with his family [Channel 4/ Twitter]   The 21-year-old - who stars on the Channel 4 show with parents Julie and Tom, and brother Tom Jr - almost died after..
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Has your pet got dementia? Jonny the tabby has - much to the anguish of his owners. And a surprising number of other cats and dogs are victims too

has your pet got dementia? jonny the tabby has - much to the anguish of his owners. and a surprising number of other cats and dogs are victims too
The degenerative brain disease is startlingly common among animals. It affected Beverley Whitby's beloved border collie Jake (L), and the cat of Sophia Ludbrook-Miles, 30 (R).
MailOnline

It's not just our skin that sags with age: Our brains lose their youthful firmness and become 'slacker' as we get older

it's not just our skin that sags with age: our brains lose their youthful firmness and become 'slacker' as we get older
Researchers at Newcastle University say that while more work is needed, monitoring the brain for changes in folding could help to spot premature ageing of the cortex and even brain disease.
MailOnline

Susan Williams speaks about Robin's battle with brain disease


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Gene injection to brain could halt Alzheimer's disease  


Telegraph.co.uk

Glaswegian woman wakes up thinking she is an Olympic athlete after rare brain disease

glaswegian woman wakes up thinking she is an olympic athlete after rare brain disease
Nicola Money, 26, from Glasgow, was diagnosed with the auto immune disorder, Susac syndrome, which is thought to affect just three people in the UK. She forgot how to talk and walk.
MailOnline

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