Low vitamin D levels linked to increased risk of dementia

A study on 1658 participants showed that people with low levels of vitamin D have about twice higher risk of developing dementia.

Vitamin D and the risk of dementia and Alzheimer disease

An information about how to maintain proper serum witamin D levels  can be found here:

Sign the Glasgow declaration!

Please sign and share

Today, Alzheimer Europe launches the online sign-up campaign for the Glasgow Declaration, which calls for the creation of a European Dementia Strategy and national strategies in every country in Europe. The signatories also call upon world leaders to recognise dementia as a public health priority and to develop a global action plan on dementia.

The declaration was adopted unanimously by 26 Alzheimer Europe members at the organisation?s Annual Meeting on 20 October 2014 and launched publicly during the Annual Conference which took place in Glasgow from 20 to 22 October 2014.

The online sign-up form on our website, which can be reached by clicking the “Sign” button (top right) is for individuals. If you are a policymaker or represent an organisation and wish to sign the declaration, please use the PDF document available on our website and send it to us by email to info@alzheimer-europe.org

Please share the declaration with your network.