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Regular meetups with friends could reduce dementia risk

According to new research, seeing friends regularly when in your fifties and sixties significantly reduces your risk of developing dementia in later life.

Impossible puzzles help us understand dementia

Five puzzles that are unsolvable have been created to help the public understand how someone with dementia may feel.

Promising new partnership for those with Parkinson’s Disease

Dundee University in Scotland has announced it is partnering with the Bukwang Pharmaceutical Company in Korea to develop a potential new drug treatment for those suffering with Parkinson’s Disease

Choosing the right home care – a guide

When it comes to finding the right home care for you, it is important to choose a care provider that understands your requirements. As a leading provider of care in the South of England, our team at Burley’s have created a simple guide to help you choose. 

Round the clock care for your loved one

A live-in carer provides 24-hour support for your loved one without them having to leave the familiar and comforting surroundings of their home. 

Doing regular crosswords helps your brain stay younger

A study of more than 19,000 people over 50 revealed that regularly doing crosswords and Sudoku puzzles resulted in better brain function.

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