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A Prevention For Alzheimer’s On The Wa

...ficant decreased risk of AD. So you better start gobbling those leafy green vegetables, fruits, and dried beans and peas if you want to be able to recognize your dear ones when you get ol....

An All Important Breakthrough Reached In Understanding T cell response For Parasitic Diseases

...T cells—cellular Pac-Men that roam the bloodstream gobbling up infection and guarding against future attacks. 'We have needed to really know what happens in these infections,' said Rick Tarleton, research professor of cellular biology and a faculty member in UGA’s Center for Tropical and Emerging Global Dis...

Chemical in Curry May Help Immune System Clear Plaques Found in Alzheimer's

...m’s PacMen that travel through the brain and body, gobbling up waste products, including amyloid beta. The team treated the macrophages with a drug derived from curcumin for 24 hours in a cell culture and then introduced amyloid beta. Treated macrophages from three out of six Alzheimer’s disease patients sh...

American Bests Japanese Hot Dog Eating Champion, Sets Record

...e six-year reign of a Japanese champion Wednesday, gobbling a whopping 66 weiners in a mere 12 minutes in the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating contest. American Joey Chestnut ended Japan's Takeru 'Tsunami' Kobayshi's remarkable streak to the cheers of a crowd of 50,000, according to police estimates. ...

Humans are Gobbling Up a Quarter of Nature's Resources, Reveals Study

Humans are gobbling up almost a quarter of nature's resources, according to a new study by a team of Austrian researchers from Klagenfurt University, Vienna. Using UN Food and Agriculture Organisation data on agricultural land use in 161 countries, Helmut Haberl and ...

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