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Marriage could lower the risk of dementia

November 29, 2017 4:01 pm

A new study posted in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry found that marriage could in fact lower the risk of developing dementia. Combined results of 15 studies with data including 800,000 participants, finds that people who remain single are at a greater risk of developing dementia than people who are married by 42%. Widowers were 20% more likely to develop the condition. The risk of dementia between those who were married and divorced showed no difference. It’s important to note that these findings are based only on observational studies and no firm conclusions about cause and effect can be drawn. However, it is suggested by the researchers that marriage may help both partners to have healthier lifestyles, including exercising more, eating a healthy diet, and...

Care To Limbo Christmas Charity Gala

November 14, 2017 4:32 pm

On Tuesday 12th of December join us on the Red Carpet for a glass of fizz, incredible food & dancing, entertainment by Mowtown band Natalie Williams’ Soul Family (regulars at legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club), and exciting charity auction & raffle prizes, and of course plenty of Limbo! The Care To Limbo campaign has been raising awareness and funds for four amazing charities: Alzheimer’s Society, Carers UK, Crisis and Macmillan Cancer Support, and the Care To Limbo Christmas Gala is the culmination of all this success, we cant wait to celebrate the campaign and raise essential funds for four incredible causes close to our hearts. 7.00 pm –  Fizz reception 7.45 pm – Three course meal with wine and entertainment 1.00 am...

Alzheimer’s Research UK WW2 musical fundraiser success

November 3, 2017 4:25 pm

On Saturday 21st of October we were honoured to host our second fundraising event in aid of a charity close to our hearts, Alzheimer’s Research UK. The charity is making pioneering steps in devising treatments to prevent, slow down and ultimately cure dementia. Having experienced the disease in both a professional and personal setting Home Care Preferred are delighted to be able to support their work where we can. Our ‘We’ll Meet Again’ World War 2 musical was enjoyed by young and old alike – many donned their finest 1940’s inspired gear and really got into the spirit of the evening. The Compton Players were once again on fine form performing the show with passion and pizzazz. It was lovely...