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Attention Breakdown Is The Harbinger Of Alzheimer's Disease

A new study has found that breakdown in attention plays an important role in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. .. ..People in early stages of Alzheimer's disease find it more difficult to shift attention back// and forth between different sources of information. .. ..The study, published in the recent issue of the journal Neuropsychology, suggests that routine tasks that require the shifting of a...

HIV infected patients claim 30 million yuan in Harbin court

The verdict of the HIV transmission case is due today in Harbin court today. The case involves transmission of HIV virus to 15 people through blood collected from an infected couple who sold their blood to the Bei’an construction farm hospital in Heilongjiang province of Northeast China. // It was found that 15 people were infected from the virus directly through the contaminated blood transfusio...

Severe Cold is Harbinger of Infections

New Delhi: Small children and the elderly tend to succumb more to respiratory infections in winter as viruses //multiply faster in cold temperatures. Very cold weather, combined with fog, like the capital has been witnessing for the past week, is "ideal" for certain viruses to spread that cause influenza type infections, say doctors. ...."The elderly and children are prone to the ill effects of...

Harbinger of Hope for Kala Azar Victims of Bihar

Patna: Landless labourers of a Bihar village affected by Kala Azar, will soon have a decent house, thanks to the government's plan// to check the spread of the deadly disease. ....Dream of a pucca house made of brick and mortar is all set to become a reality for these landless labourers of Naubatpur village near Patna, affected badly by Kala Azar, a parasitic disease transmitted by the tiny sand...
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