A 61-year-old woman from Serres that had been missing since July 30 was found dead on Friday. The body was located by a local near a stream in the area. Six firefighters and two vehicles retrieved the woman's body.
According to the Hellenic Police, there is no evidence of foul play in the death of the woman, who suffered from dementia.
WEESP, Netherlands - On a recent morning in this quiet village outside Amsterdam, an older woman stocked shelves inside the local supermarket. In the plaza just outside the store, a group of men sat around a table, chatting the hours away. Over in the town square, a woman in a hijab sipped coffee outside the cafe.
According to a study, those with low bone density may be more likely than those with high bone density to get dementia.The findings of the study published in the online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The study does not prove that low bone density causes dementia....
Noncommunicable diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes are now the leading causes of death in the world, in a dramatic change from two decades ago.
They now make up seven of the Top 10 causes of death, an increase from four out of 10 in 2000, with heart disease the biggest killer - accounting for 16% of all deaths.
A person's strength may vary from season to season, but the peak of cognitive activity is in the fall. The results of a study by scientists from the United States, Canada, France and Israel show this. They have conducted cognitive and concentration tests among 3,500 respondents over 60, according to Coffee Pause.