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🔵 Publication “AI-Based Predictive Modelling of the Onset and Progression of Dementia” is out.
Read the full article here ➡️ https://www.lethe-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/smartcities-05-00036.pdf
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Medical University of Vienna
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🔷 Here the article “Federated Learning with Dynamic Model Exchange” ➡️ https://www.lethe-project.eu/federated-learning-with-dynamic-model-exchange/
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🧠 #PREVENTION OF #DEMENTIA: #letheproject tip N.7
✅ Sleep disorders have received some attention for their role in the development of cognitive impairment. Sleep might promote repair of damage caused by other factors, but studies are still ongoing.
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🧠 #PREVENTION OF #DEMENTIA: #letheproject tip N.6
✅ Epidemiological studies show initial evidence that engaging in cognitively stimulating activities might benefit cognition and reduce dementia risk, suggesting that cognitive reserve is not a static property. Ongoing education and engaging in cognitively stimulating activities might continue to increase cognitive reserve and, thus, improve cognitive performance.
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Alzheimer Fest
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Being Patient Alzheimer's
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🧠 #PREVENTION OF #DEMENTIA: #letheproject tip N.5
✅ Smoking contributes to many dementia-related risk factors, and quitting smoking reduces the risk for dementia. Moderate amounts of alcohol are not harmful for brain health, but alcohol consumption should be as low as possible, particularly in older age. High-level alcohol consumption increases the risk for dementia.
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Alzheimer Fest
Alzheimer's Awareness by GreaterGood
Alzheimer's Inspiration
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🧠 #PREVENTION OF #DEMENTIA: #letheproject tip N.4

✅ A healthy diet is key for the prevention of many chronic diseases. Individuals who adhere to a Mediterranean diet or other healthy dietary patterns characterized by high intake of fruit, vegetables, whole grain and fish, and low intake of red meat are less likely to have cognitive impairment.
A healthy diet also prevents vascular disease and, thus, diet can affect brain health by lowering a number of different risk factors.
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Alzheimer Fest
Alzheimer's Awareness by GreaterGood
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🙋‍♂️CONSULTATION: @EBRA_EU is a #h2020 project led by @EU_Brain aiming to provide recommendations on future areas for #brainresearch & innovation.

Now it is time to have our say on the Shared European Brain Research Agenda➡️ https://t.co/ojRL3jREZW 🗓️30 Apr 22

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🔵Publication “AI-Based Predictive Modelling of the Onset and Progression of Dementia” is out.
Read the full article here ➡️ https://t.co/RIqV4YVz4H
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The May 2022 edition of our dementia newsletter is out today!

Includes updates on:
Our #PatientInvolvement in #brainhealth webinar with @EUneurology and @GamianE
#EWGPWD meeting and re-election of Chairperson @mason4233
#32AEC
#WHA75
and much more...

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The #H2020 funded @lethe_project
published articles on #ArtificialIntelligence-Based Predictive Modelling of the Onset and Progression of #Dementia & Federated Learning with Dynamic Model Exchange
Congratulations @hhilberger @stenhanke et al.!
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🔷 Read the article “Federated Learning with Dynamic Model Exchange” ➡️ https://t.co/pkHZDgtJ7U curated by
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New research published in @GreenJournal shows that seven healthy habits and lifestyle factors are linked to lower risk of #dementia, in those with genetic risk
https://t.co/CnkmL1mrOa https://t.co/ZvPPNJ8cDC
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