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Researcher: Alzheimer's vaccine could cut dementia in half, human trials may be next
An experimental vaccine that could hold off Alzheimer's disease is showing results in animal testing, according to researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Testing in mice has shown that the vaccine safely prevents the ...

Ars Technica
Research Volunteers Swallow Lego Heads To Find Out How Long It Takes To Pass
Tech Times
Researchers find the amount of time it takes for a Lego head to pass through the body thanks to some brave volunteers. As it turns out, parents need not worry because Lego heads should turn up in feces just a few days after.
Trauma surgeon program pioneer brings calm to chaos
Washington Times
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - The golden hour. In photography, it's the brief blip of time before sunset, when the sunlight grows soft and slightly pink before it fades to darkness. In trauma medicine, it's the measure of time between injury and access to ...
Disease on Deer Farms Spreads as Wisconsin Weakens Controls
U.S. News & World Report
Wisconsin has pulled back on regulations and procedures aimed at containing the spread of chronic wasting disease. Nov. 25, 2018, at 1:05 a.m.. Disease on Deer Farms Spreads as Wisconsin Weakens Controls. Share. ×. Share on Facebook.
Diabetes risk: Sodas worse for you than other sugary foods, study says
Consuming too many sodas can negatively affect your health. In fact, it may increase your risk of diabetes more than other sugary foods, according to a new report. >> Read more trending news. Researchers from St. Michael's Hospital and Toronto ...

Your brain can 'keep working for hours' after you die
One of the big questions of life is what will happen when we die. Will we see a bright white light? Will our life flash before our eyes? Well according to some new research, the reality is much, much more terrifying. The study has suggested that when ...

Foster's Daily Democrat
Eckerson: Living a full and active life with diabetes
Foster's Daily Democrat
When Dan Eckerson was a teenager and newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, he was told his life expectancy would be only to his early 30s. Decades later he continues to live a very active life, running, hiking and playing hockey among his many athletic ...

Deccan Chronicle
Orange juice could prevent memory loss in men: Study
Deccan Chronicle
Eating leafy greens, dark orange or red vegetables and berry fruits, and drinking orange juice may lower risk of memory loss over time, especially in men, a study has found. The study, published in the journal Neurology, looked at 27,842 men with an ...

BBC News
'The first time I had sex I contracted HIV'
BBC News
The first time Nathaniel Hall had sex, he contracted HIV. He was 16 years old and had only recently come out as gay. Fear, shame and self-loathing caused him to keep his diagnosis a secret from his family for the next 14 years. He "came out" for the ...

The Indian Express
Air pollution exposure linked to breast cancer: Study
The Indian Express
According to the researchers, the findings of the study infer a causal relationship between breast cancer and very high exposures to traffic-related air pollution containing mammary carcinogens. By IANS |London | Published: November 25, 2018 11:19:02 ...

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