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Born to Yawn? Understanding Yawning as a Warning of the Rise in Cortisol Levels: Randomized Trial

Born to Yawn? Understanding Yawning as a Warning of the Rise in Cortisol Levels: Randomized Trial

Having Alzheimer disease together with Down syndrome does not necessarily result in the clinical symptoms of dementia in later life [30].The overlap between symptoms and neurochemical pathways may be more apparent than initially thought.

Simon BN Thompson, Phil Bishop

Interact J Med Res 2012;1(2):e4


Forecasting the Incidence of Dementia and Dementia-Related Outpatient Visits With Google Trends: Evidence From Taiwan

Forecasting the Incidence of Dementia and Dementia-Related Outpatient Visits With Google Trends: Evidence From Taiwan

It encompasses a variety of diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD), vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, and frontotemporal dementia [1].

Ho-Wei Wang, Duan-Rung Chen, Hsiao-Wei Yu, Ya-Mei Chen

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(11):e264


Use of Patient-Reported Symptoms from an Online Symptom Tracking Tool for Dementia Severity Staging: Development and Validation of a Machine Learning Approach

Use of Patient-Reported Symptoms from an Online Symptom Tracking Tool for Dementia Severity Staging: Development and Validation of a Machine Learning Approach

As before in the algorithm developed with 320 users [24], here we maintained the 4 common clinical classifications of mild cognitive impairment, and mild dementia, moderate dementia, and severe dementia.

Aaqib Shehzad, Kenneth Rockwood, Justin Stanley, Taylor Dunn, Susan E Howlett

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(11):e20840


A Tablet App Supporting Self-Management for People With Dementia: Explorative Study of Adoption and Use Patterns

A Tablet App Supporting Self-Management for People With Dementia: Explorative Study of Adoption and Use Patterns

It is assumed that AT has great potential to support cognition and can be used to compensate for cognitive decline, which is a core symptom across dementia diseases, and thereby promote self-management of people living with dementia [7-9].AT comprises a variety

Laila Øksnebjerg, Bob Woods, Kathrine Ruth, Annette Lauridsen, Susanne Kristiansen, Helle Dalsgaard Holst, Gunhild Waldemar

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e14694


Using Big Data to Estimate Dementia Prevalence in New Zealand: Protocol for an Observational Study

Using Big Data to Estimate Dementia Prevalence in New Zealand: Protocol for an Observational Study

Since age is a main risk factor for dementia, dementia prevalence will increase as the baby boomer populations in New Zealand and other Western countries enter the older age cohort.

Claudia Rivera-Rodriguez, Gary Cheung, Sarah Cullum

JMIR Res Protoc 2021;10(1):e20225


User-Driven Living Lab for Assistive Technology to Support People With Dementia Living at Home: Protocol for Developing Co-Creation–Based Innovations

User-Driven Living Lab for Assistive Technology to Support People With Dementia Living at Home: Protocol for Developing Co-Creation–Based Innovations

Dementia affects all aspects of a person’s life, and the progression is highly variable in individuals. As dementia progresses, people with dementia experience more problems in activities of daily living (ADL) such as dressing, toileting, and bathing [2].

Robin CP van den Kieboom, Inge MB Bongers, Ruth E Mark, Liselore JAE Snaphaan

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(1):e10952