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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...known environmental insults. Slowly, AB40 and AB42 build up in the brain and begin to disrupt the thoughts and memories that define who we are. Ratios predict risk Dr. Younkin joined a core group of researchers and physicians at Mayo Clinic already collaborating to study the basic biology of the disea...

Prions Prevent Alzheimers Disease

...duced by the body help to prevent the plaques that build up in the brain to cause Alzheimers disease. The... beta-amyloid, a protein that binds with others to build plaques in the brain that are found in Alzheimers disease, explains Professor Hooper. He continues...

Boeing Unveils 'green' Dreamliner Passenger Jet

...uce passenger dehydration. Boeing, which aims to build 2,000 Dreamliners over the next two decades, has so far received 634 orders from 45 companies for the plane, which has a catalogue price of between 146 to 200 million dollars. The 787 will go into service after Airbus's mammoth A380 takes to the sk...

Furore Over Spa Planned on Active Philippines Volcano

A project to build a spa on the rim of one of the most active volcano...erventure, stands to lose its government permit to build a 72 million-peso (1.57 million-dollar) spa-resort on Taal volcano south of Manila unless it meets a...

Grandparents' Care Makes Grandchildren More Caring for Them

...g care of their grandparents and it is possible to build a program of care which includes the entire family, including grandchildren. The grandchildren's involvement in caring for their grandparents should be an important part of the family support," Dr. Even-Zohar concluded....

Battle Between Google and Microsoft Could Trigger Revolution in Healthcare

...hes are health related, are actively attempting to build a presence in the healthcare sector . This, claims Cambridge UK based analysts Wireless Healthcare, will impact on both healthcare professionals and medical device manufacturers. According to a series of reports published by Wireless Healthcare, doct...

MIT's Green Nano-factories to Produce Eco-friendly Batteries

...ute of Technology (MIT) is working with viruses to build faster , better, cheaper and environmentally-friendly transistors, batteries, solar cells, diagnostic materials for detecting cancer, and semiconductors for use in modern electrical devices. Viruses are normally associated with causing human diseas...

Polyclinics Could Threaten NHS Services, Warns BMA

... surely it would make more sense to strengthen and build on the excellent services already provided by fami...re. If this latest review is to succeed it must build on the best aspects of a service and not introduce damaging fragmentation or waste money on superfic...

New Data Reinforces Correlation Between Carbohydrate Quality and Loss of Vision

...amatic rise and fall of blood sugar. "Our results build upon findings from an earlier, smaller study in which we determined that consuming a diet with a high glycemic index, but not one with a high total amount of carbohydrate, increased the risk of developing early AMD," says first author Chung-Jung Chiu...

Millions Spent, but the Indian Capital's River Still Stinks

... plans are underway to repair old sewage lines and build new ones to take away and treat waste from the three largest drains as well as to hook up unauthorised colonies. The river will be visibly cleaner in just three years, Mathur said, in time for the Commonwealth Games. But with the water board now ...

McDonald's to Start Coffee Chain in Japan

... which customers feel they can save money, we will build coffeeshops not only for one person or a few people, but also for families," McDonald's Japan said in a statement. Japan, traditionally a nation of green tea drinkers, has seen a rapid rise in coffeeshops since US giant Starbucks opened the chain's...

Too Much White Rice, Pasta and Bread may Increase Chances of AMD

...glycemic index," said Taylor said. "Our results build upon findings from an earlier, smaller study in which we determined that consuming a diet with a high glycemic index, but not one with a high total amount of carbohydrate, increased the risk of developing early AMD," said first author Chung-Jung Chiu...

War Stimulates Research Blitz in Prosthetics Industry

...up of researchers and prosthetics manufacturers to build a thought-controlled arm at a cost of $30.4 million - part of at least $70 million the Defense Department and the Department of Veterans Affairs have committed since 2001 to develop better artificial limbs. Many companies have received grants to de...

China to Make Cuban Dengue Mosquito Killer

...ntists will provide the technology and know-how to build it. Cuba will purchase six million units annually of the insecticide, and China will donate another half million to Cuba, the statement said. Cuba suffered four dengue outbreaks during 1977-2002. In the most recent outbreak 14,524 cases were rep...

Harvard to Develop Medical City in Islamabad

Harvard Medical International (HMI) will build a 60-acre health and education complex in Islamabad to cater to the health and medical needs of the people of the capital and the twin city of Rawalpindi . The complex is part of a large-scale residential development plan to develop a Health and Ed...

Attempt to Build Artificial Muscles from Carbon Nanofibres in the Offing

...hnic Institute in Troy, New York, is attempting to build artificial muscles using carbon nanofibres .Artificial muscles change length in response to a stimulus, thereby creating a smoother, more human-like motion than jerky electric motors or pneumatic devices. As such, they could be used to power robots, ...

Worms are Killing the Planet

...very large commercial worm composting "beds" which build up large amounts of nitrogen that is then emitted by the worms as gas....

Reason Behind Trouble Remembering in ADHD Kids Revealed

...ctivity of 150 children and teenagers with ADHD to build a neuro-cognitive profile of their behaviour. For the purpose of testing how well sufferers off their medication were able to remember numbers in the short term as part of their working memory, the researchers used the card game Snap. "In Snap, you h...

Dog Fighting in the US: Bloody, Illegal and Booming

...s where they used the doors to block a doorway and build a pit," Roach said. "They use treadmills to train a dog to run and to develop their stamina they hang a rabbit or cat in a bag above the dog." A study by Chicago's Anti-Cruelty Society said 40 percent of primary school children in the Chicago are...

Mother Has the Right to the Placenta, US Court Rules

...nto capsules. The theory is that excess hormones build up in the placenta during pregnancy, and new mothers can take the pills and replenish depleted hormones and control that down-in-the-dumps feeling some experience after childbirth. The practice, known as placentophagy, is far from widespread and is...

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