What is known about the connection between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s dementia

A Danish study establishes a link between coronavirus infections and the risk of later developing diseases such as dementia or Parkinson’s disease. It has long been known that serious infections can lead to certain secondary diseases. However, it is unclear whether the risk of COVID-19 is particularly high, what protection vaccination offers, and which variants … Read more

What is known about the connection between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s dementia

A Danish study establishes a link between coronavirus infections and the risk of later developing diseases such as dementia or Parkinson’s disease. It has long been known that serious infections can lead to certain secondary diseases. However, it is unclear whether the risk of COVID-19 is particularly high, what protection vaccination offers, and which variants … Read more

What is known about the connection between COVID-19 and Alzheimer’s dementia

A Danish study establishes a link between coronavirus infections and the risk of later developing diseases such as dementia or Parkinson’s disease. It has long been known that serious infections can lead to certain secondary diseases. However, it is unclear whether the risk of COVID-19 is particularly high, what protection vaccination offers, and which variants … Read more

Poor Short-Term Memory May Be A Warning Sign Of Dementia Later | City of health Berlin

Sunday 3 July 2022 – Author: ham What does it mean when short-term memory starts to decline in your early 1950s? Scientists don’t have good news about it. According to the latest research, problems with short-term memory at this age may indicate later dementia. A decline in short-term memory in old age is considered a … Read more

Don’t be afraid of Alzheimer’s after COVID-19 | Knowledge and environment | DW

A study from Denmark caused a stir in the media. “Several most common nervous disorders: according to a study, COVID-19 increases the risk of Alzheimer’s”, headlines the German television station ntv. German Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach also tweeted about the study’s findings “Unfortunately, don’t panic.” All of this isn’t entirely wrong, but a look … Read more