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Interview with Professor Joanna Wardlaw featured in the Daily Mail

Professor Wardlaw's expertise about minimising risks of developing dementia.

An interview with Professor Joanna Wardlaw featured in the Daily Mail newspaper.

In the article titled "What the experts do to stave off dementia: after exciting new drug breakthrough, our guide to the precautions you can take to lessen your chances of the condition", Professor Wardlaw shares her expertise on major factors leading to dementia.

Professor Wardlaw outlines that cognitive decline associated with shrinking of the grey matter in the brain, which is one of the causes for decline of cognitive processess, is associated primarily by smoking. She ephasises that quitting smoking is especially crucial for preventing dementia.

The article outlines other factors contributing to development of dementia and Alzheimer's disease - one of the most feared diseases of the modern world.

 

Related links

Read the article in Daily Mail 

Professor Joanna Wardlaw research profile