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Can cold-water swimming prevent dementia?

Most will shiver at the thought of dipping your toes into cold water but can cold water swimming really hold the key to a dementia cure? Researchers from Cambridge University have discovered a protein found in the blood of regular winter swimmers at London’s Parliament Hill Lido. In mice, this ‘cold shock’ protein has proven […]

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World Alzheimer’s Month

September is World Alzheimer’s Month and every September 21st since 2012 marks World Alzheimer’s Day. It is an international campaign to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. Globally dementia is one of the biggest challenges we face. It affects nearly 50 million people across the globe. It is recognised that the best […]

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Seniors And Cycling

All last week on our Daily Tonic Show, a programme specially made for seniors during lockdown, our ‘Tonic Topic’ was about cycling, as it was national cycling week. Because of this, I thought a blog about seniors and cycling with links to useful resources may be handy! Firstly, we know that exercise is good for […]

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#CareToConnect Campaign

We are excited to announce the launch of our brand new campaign #CareToConnect! We know that care homes are in lockdown, friends and family can’t visit and external entertainment can’t be hired in, so over the last few weeks we have been planning how we could make a difference and help get care home residents […]

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