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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...p memory and thought in 10 to 15 years -- a person could be offered an aspirin-like pill to keep those prot...ned around the prospects of finding something that could eventually help our patients,” Dr. Younkin says. Now more than 100 mutations have been found in the...

Structure of TB Enzyme Points the Way to New Drugs: Study

...tors said they had also identified a compound that could block the suspect protein, but they were concerned that by inhibiting this one protein, they would interfere with the action of other similar proteins secreted by the host cell. "We wanted to be sure that inhibitors of mycobacterial PknG would not ...

UN Calls for Pedal Power to Reduce Environmental Damage

...bon emissions that are damaging Asia's health and could also threaten the economy, the World Health Organi...quitoes, while reduced rainfall and water shortage could lead to waterborne diseases, the UN health agency said. Carbon dioxide from energy use is a major ...

Infertility Breakthrough With First Birth from Lab-matured Egg

...ore eggs from women who face cancer treatment that could cause sterility. The eggs -- harvested after sti...lated ovaries, matured in vitro and then vitrified could survive thawing, be fertilised successfully and result in a viable pregnancy after embryo transfer,"...

First Baby Born from Eggs Matured and Frozen in the Lab

... for traditional methods, and so the new technique could therefore help them save and freeze several eggs b...dle age. "Women in their mid-30s with no partner could freeze their eggs in this way," he told the meeting," he said....

Insecticide-treated Bed Nets to Combat Malaria in Older Children and Adults

...nets. Researchers found that the use of the nets could greatly reduce the number of mosquitoes that survi...venting the mosquitoes feeding on humans, the nets could divert them to feed on other mammals, which do not host the malaria parasite, reducing the number of...

Inability to Recognize Familiar Smells Could Signal Alzheimers

...le who have difficulty recognizing familiar smells could be experiencing an early sign of Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published Monday. Scientists already know that the first lesions of the degenerative brain disease tend to show up in an area of the brain that is home to olfactory senses....

Scientists Identify Antibodies That Block Human and Animal SARS Viruses

...tial antibody-based therapeutics against SARS that could be used alone or in combination...these human antibodies could be also used for diagnosis and as research reagents in the development of vaccines and inhibitors," ...

Nurse Has Miraculous Escape as Window is Blown Off an Air Ambulance

... published Monday. He said he pushed as hard as he could and got enough air between his chest and the window to break the suction and pull himself back inside the aircraft. "I have a vivid picture of looking at the tail of the plane and seeing my headset dangling out of the plane," Fogg said. He fell b...

Pharaoh Hatshepsut Died in Pain Due to Cancer

...s within Hatshepsut and the Tuthmose family, which could indicate a skin disease," said Selim. He, howev... than dermatosis. Certain aspects of the resins could be responsible for the eruptions found on the skins of Thutmose I, Hatshepsut's father, Thutmose II,...

Robbie Donates 1.5 Million Pounds to Help His Native People Beat Addiction

...rug addiction, insisted that he was 'glad' that he could help his native people. "I'm glad the little help I give can raise the profile of things like this," the Mirror quoted Williams, as saying. The singer revealed that he intended to participate more actively to help people at his place, where he pl...

Annual Tobacco-related Deaths to Reach 8.3 Million by 2030

...onvinced that tighter laws on the tobacco industry could save 200 million lives by 2050, he said. Bettcher was one of several tobacco industry experts attending an international conference hosted by the Thai government this week to highlight the need for better implementation of the international Framewo...

Pure Pomegranate Juice Helps Reverse Erectile Dysfunction Function

...iet and exercise. Drinking pomegranate juice daily could be an important addition to the diet in the management of this condition,' said study co-author Harin Padma-Nathan, MD, FACS, FRCS, Clinical Professor of Urology at the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California. The study is publis...

Electric Field Therapy to Zap Cancerous Tumours

...er patients using electrical field therapy, which could more than double the survival rates for people wit.... Previously, patients with advanced glioblastomas could expect to live on average six months or less. With the therapy, the average reprieve was more than a...

Blood Protein may Hold Key to Why Healthy People Get Heart Attacks

... might be a clue to why apparently healthy persons could be at high risk of heart attacks. The study was conducted by a team of researchers led by Matthijs Boekholdt at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Earlier studies in patients with chest pain and heart disease have linked e...

Live Earth Will Make the World More Aware of the Crisis Facing the Earth, Hopes Al Gore

...nisers deny that Live Earth will be a one-off that could be soon forgotten. They have produced more than 60 short films, 30 public service announcements featuring stars such as Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz, and a book, The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook by David de Rothschild, that will be p...

Acute Mountain Sickness may Lead to Pulmonary or Cerebral Edema

...lers were found to have basic knowledge of AMS and could recognize its symptoms (such as headache, plus 2 o... percent of the participants did not know that AMS could be prevented. Additionally, 15 percent of those surveyed believed AMS to start above 4,000m, placing...

Rosehips may Be an Effective Alternative for Rheumatoid Arthritis

...s now want to conduct more extensive trials, which could form the basis of new clinical guidelines. Scien...tudies confirm what we have found, then I think we could be talking about clinical guidelines."...

Lost Sleep can Never Be Compensated for

...al sleep loss of even two to three hours per night could have detrimental effects on the body, leading to i... with repeated sleep restriction conditions, there could be negative consequences when this pattern is maintained over a long period of time, said Turek. T...

Pond in High Artic Drying Up Due to Global Warming

...ugust in depressions in the bedrock, so the water could only have evaporated as temperatures rose, they be...interesting to see how quickly it is happening. We could see this trend had started a while ago but at no time did we expect it to accelerate," said Douglas....

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