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Study suggests new treatment for impulsivity in some dementia patients

Restoring the low levels of the chemical serotonin may help improve brain function and reduce impulsivity in some dementia patients, according to Cambridge researchers. A study published in the July edition of the journal Brain suggests a potential new treatment for people affected by frontotemporal dementia (also known as Pick’s disease).

Read more on the University of Cambridge website.