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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...ouse couldn’t remember any of its tasks -- when we hit this molecular switch, the mouse recovered a lot of its memory.” To the research team, this demonstrated that Alzheimer’s is potentially a reversible process: that if deposition of AB is not stopped in time, then it may be possible to halt tau degra...

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

... platinum discs and hand-written lyrics, including hit Angels, which got 27,000 pounds. The singer has been involved in other charity works as well, for he organised a charity football match in May 2006, to raise funds in Africa, with the help of pal actor/musician Jonathan Wilkes....

Scot's National Drink, Now Available at 1,000 Pounds a Nip

...rs of the 1805 suggest this whisky is best left to hit the tongue undiluted. The 1805 is smooth, has a hint of peach and a suggestion of vanilla, is warm, and with only a light lingering "smoke" to it. Gleneagles is confident there will be a market for the 1805 sonner than later. The Johnnie Walk...

Bird Flu in Asia Still High Risk Says WHO Official

...ave with domesticated birds. It has been the worst hit nation by the deadly H5N1 virus, with 80 fatalities to date. In Indonesia alone, the WHO estimates that there are more than 13,000 poultry markets, where birds from many different places are exposed to each other, raising the danger of transmission...

"Alarming" Malnutrition Among Kenya Refugees: UN Agencies

... There are no more recent figures, as the area was hit by serious flooding late last year, causing massive destruction of infrastructure and displacing hundreds of families within the camps, they added. They blamed reduced donor funding to the UNHCR for the worrying rates of malnutrition, saying this i...

Anchoring Lives Aboard Warship: Nimitz

... gym: wipe down the equipment! The latest bug to hit the crew was viral gastroenteritis. Several crew member complained of vomiting for two to three days and noticed bowel movements. The physicians on board diagnosed it to be a milder version of the virus that could not be prevented but could only be t...

A Savage Murderer in Canada Gets Sentenced to Life

...long history of psychiatric and emotional problems hit Ross in the face, forced her to the ground, kneed her in the chest, then slammed her head into the pavement two or three times. There were more than 30 fractures to her body, including shattered ribs and other injuries to her face and neck, court hea...

Harry Potter Final Book - Prediction and Expectations

... final installment of the Harry Potter series will hit bookstores this month and there is no shortage of anticipation among Harry Potter fans. Kansas State University's Philip Nel and Karin Westman are no exceptions. Nel, associate professor of English, is the author of "J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter No...

British Woman Who Has inherited Breast Cancer Wants to Spread Awareness

...ng in the middle of the M25 waiting for a lorry to hit me," says Shirley McQueen, 44, who runs an upmarket clothes shop in Chelsea in England. "The beast" is a particularly virulent form of breast cancer: " Every woman who has died in my family has died of breast cancer," she says. "The women in my f...

Malawi Targets 150,000 People With AIDS Drugs

...are close to 110,000 people on ARVs and we hope to hit 150,000 by the end of December when we launch a massive scale-up of the drugs" from September, NAC chief Biziwick Mwale told AFP. The increase would be underwritten by a new batch of funding from the global fund against AIDS, tuberculosis and malar...

Indonesia Confirms 81st Bird Flu Death

...eekend, taking the death toll in the country worst hit by the virus to 81, a health ministry official said Monday . Indonesia has seen its toll from the deadly H5N1 virus grow steadily since 2005 when the first confirmed human deaths occurred here. "A boy who died on July 8 has been confirmed by two ...

FDA Approve S Robotic Device to Help Stroke Patients

...oke patients regain motion in their arms. It is to hit the market shortly. Worn as an arm brace, the device works by sensing weak electrical activity in patients arm muscles and providing just enough assistance that they can complete simple exercises, like lifting boxes or flipping on light switches. B...

Beyonce Drinks Her Vodka Straight from the Bottle!

...he bottle . Last week, the 'Dangerously in Love' hit maker visited Stereo-by-the-Shore in with the entertainment mogul. A source said that the 25-year-old said that she did not mind that she did not bother to wait for a glass. "Beyonc? said she didn't mind - she didn't want to wait for a glass," Ne...

MEN as Partners to MEND Maternal Health A World Population Day Initiative

...population needs an intelligent strategy that will hit the nail on the head. The approach is to focus on the role played by men as husbands, fathers, brothers, and sons, to empower them with the responsibility of womens health. Objectives to Improve Maternal Health A wise man said, " The idea that...

Listening to MP3s During Lightning Could Be Disastrous to Your Brains

.... Most people who are struck by lightning are not hit directly, but get a "side flash" when the electric discharge jumps from the object that was hit. In 2006, the 37-year-old Vancouver man was out jogging when he received such a side flash from a tree that had been struck. Listening to an iPod whi...

Malaria Sweeps Tripura, 25 Dead

...ed of the disease in the last fortnight. The worst hit by the disease is the tribal dominated Amarpur are...l hospitals in the state are crowded with patients hit by malaria. "The government would bear all expenditure for the treatment of malaria patients in hos...

China Declares War on Unsafe Foods for Soldiers

...n toothpaste are just some of the problems to have hit the headlines domestically and internationally. China this week executed the former head of its food and drug safety watchdog for corruption, in what was widely seen as an attempt by the government to show it is serious in addressing the problem. ...

Posh Hits Out at Eddie Murphy for His Callous Treating of Mel B

...fter she got pregnant with his child. Posh Spice hit out at the actor in a new TV show that will be sired soon. I'd spit in his food definitely. I'd chop his dick off too, the News of the World quoted her, as saying. "It's a declaration of war. It's about Posh becoming a controversial figure in the...

Psychiatric Patients Ill-treated in Emergency Rooms, US Officials Say

...cy rooms (ERs) in hospitals . They are punched and hit or held in restraints for hours. One patient died while in restraints, and a patient's arm was broken as a nurse forcibly removed his pants. These cases are a sign of the growing strain on the state's overcrowded emergency rooms, doctors, nurses,...

500 Pound Man Rescued After 12 Hour Ordeal From Wisconsin River

...border in inner tubes Monday afternoon when Rike's hit a rock and deflated. While he was trying to get out of the water and walk along the shore, he apparently suffered chest pains and a possible heart attack and fell into the river. Rike's group called police to report that he was having chest pains. ...

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