That is great news for Canadians.

Accenture says it does not have any immediate plans to help make the brainwave program publicly available, but more study is underway.. Alzheimer Society applauds House of Commons motion calling on government to address dementia in Canada The Alzheimer Culture of Canada applauds a movement passed Fri by the home of Commons contacting the Federal Government to ‘address the rising financial and human costs of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in Canada.’ ‘That is great news for Canadians,’ says Debbie Benczkowski, CEO, Alzheimer Culture of Canada. ‘This movement is the first step towards a essential National Brain Strategy. Federal support and acknowledgement of the scope of the issue means we’ve the potential to improve the lives of more than 500,000 Canadians diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.’ Related StoriesOlder adults with dementia make more frequent visits to crisis departmentsEstrogen-like drug may not be good for women with Alzheimer's dementiaResearchers discover that stem cell treatment might reduce cognitive impairment related to dementia with Lewy bodiesAccording to the Alzheimer Society’s recent report, Rising Tide: The Influence of Dementia on Canadian Society, someone in Canada develops dementia every 5 minutes.Related StoriesNew research highlights vitamin E needs for people with metabolic syndromeStandardized method can help compare existing vitamin D measurements across studies and countriesDietary calcium much better than supplemental calcium in reducing kidney rock formation This all actually points to the power of women at highest risk for osteoporosis to make their own informed choices about health supplements they take, stated Jackson, associate professor of internal medicine and physical medication at OSU Medical Center. Half of the 36,282 individuals in the supplementation trial received a daily dose of just one 1,000 milligrams of calcium carbonate coupled with 400 international units of supplement D, while the spouse received placebo.

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