We take a look at what’s been going on in the world of Unforgettable over the past week.

Care funding is a postcode lottery, say Which?

We look at new research by consumer advice service Which? that found there are huge variations in funding that local authorities provide for residential care.

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Could citrus fruits, oily fish and black tea help lower dementia risk?

A healthy diet is key for keeping you feeling well, but new research suggests certain foods can also help to reduce your risk of developing dementia. We find out why this might be.

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David Baddiel: On dementia fears and media rumours

The comedian and TV star was in the news this week amid claims he was suffering with dementia. He wrote a strong riposte to this story and admits one flippant comment about his father’s dementia and fears about his own memory leads over-simplified media coverage of the topic.

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Is it old age…or dementia?

We looked into a new study which claimed many people still don’t know the difference between the symptoms of dementia and the ‘normal’ forgetfulness which comes with age, which could mean they miss out on vital treatment.

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‘It’s people going through the dementia journey who are most helpful’

One carer shares her experiences of looking after her husband, who is in the later stages of dementia.

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