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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...es we see are an end-stage event, whereas there is plenty of tau aggregation that occurs before these roadblocks appear,” says Dr. Hutton. “In any case, the brain can’t cope without tau.” Because of the connection between AB and tau loss, the Mayo Clinic researchers believe that if AB is treated before the...

Smashing Times for Stressed Spaniards

... initial 1,000 candidates -- which means there are plenty of frustrated people still out there, hopefully without hammers. Those selected were "the most stressed," Aldan explained. Journalists outnumbered the wreckers after NH Hoteles, which runs 335 establishments in 21 countries, decided the idea woul...

Will Seven Be the Lucky Number for Las Vegas Newlyweds?

...little chapels which Vegas is famous for, there is plenty of action. More than 100 weddings are planned at the popular Chapel of the Flowers. At the Little White Chapel the schedule was filled with 460 weddings, with more possible. "We can't make any more reservations but we will take walk-ins and dri...

Curative Qualities of Tamil Nadus Kuttralam Waterfalls

...n India has had good rains and the waterfalls have plenty of water. The weather is pleasant. If you can manage a holiday, book your seats at the Kuttralam resorts, and recharge yourself. Annad, a tourist from Kanyakumari, said: "I have been coming to Kuttralam since four or five years. The season has sta...

Skin Cancer Rates Soar In Warmer Regions Of UK

...asses, using a high-factor sun screen and drinking plenty of non-alcoholic fluids. Says Rebecca Smart, manager of Cancer Research UK's "Sunsmart" campaign, who expects the trends in Cornwall to be echoed nationally: "A lot of this is about people spending time outdoors. On top of that we have got incre...

Replacement Drivers Lend a Helping Hand to the Drunk and Stranded in Korea

...asis on teamwork means frequent group dinners, and plenty of bombs, a glass of beer with a shot of whiskey in it. Now, however, the police are putting up random roadblocks to catch drunken drivers, who risk losing their licenses. Some simply abandon their cars at the sight of a roadblock and flee, figuri...

Tomato Fever Replaces Chikungunya in Kerala

...ms can be countered through painkillers, intake of plenty of fluids and lots of rest....

Diet and Exercise Helps Reduce Weight After Pregnancy

...nd maintaining, pre-pregnant weights, and there is plenty of competing advice on offer. By studying data from six different trials that involved a total of 245 women, a group of Cochrane Researchers found that women who did exercise did not lose significantly more than women who have a standard post-natal ...

PETA Hails McCartney for Boycotting Animal-testing Charities

...-ordinator of PETA, said. "Thankfully, there are plenty of charities that go for the triple win: they don't cause animal suffering; they do support modern non-animal research that increases the chance of finding cures for humans; and they get the money of smart, compassionate donors," Currie added....

Pregnant Women's Contest to Curb Infant Mortality

...ake, went for check-ups every three months and ate plenty of green vegetables. "I went to the hospital to deliver my baby and the baby boy is quite healthy. He falls sick less frequently than my elder daughter who took birth at home," she said adding that she received a lunch container and utensils as pri...

Hot Tips for Keeping Your PC Cool in Summer

...or become unstable. Keeping it cool There are plenty of steps you can take to keep your PC cool during the summer. First, open up your PC from time to time to make sure all internal fans are operating. The onset of hot weather is a good time to tackle this chore. If you're a bit nervous about having to...

Women With Few Older Female Relatives Face Cancer Threat

...relatives compared to 5.2 percent among women with plenty of female relatives....

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...ine advises, "get out of the heat, rest, and drink plenty of cool fluids, preferably containing sugar and salt." Heat stroke's symptoms, similar to those mentioned above but even more severe, initially include profuse sweating; then hot, dry, red skin; high fever; vomiting; confusion; seizures during cool...

Wear Protective Sunglasses, Not Just for Style

...gally sold have to meet basic standards, there are plenty of fakes of expensive and fashionable brands in the market that do not comply, the scientists noted. Wearing poor-quality sunglasses could damage the eyes and increase the risk of cataracts, which can lead to blindness later in life, they said. ...

West Told to Stop Blaming China for Pollution

...Yakcop said. "We can't slow down because we've got plenty of poverty." Chen Feng, chairman of China Hainan Airlines, supported the need for collective global action in tackling the serious environmental problem. He said industrialisation in the West, particularly in the UK more than a century ago, created...

Paris Suffered from 'life-threatening' Psychiatric Condition, Says LA Sheriff

...ir health condition isn't identified. "We've had plenty of people die in the county jail system, not because of anything we did, but because we didn't understand the medical problem," he said....

Bamboo Seed: Viagra and Food for Mizos

...pulation outburst, but during mautam when there is plenty of bamboo seeds to eat, they stop their cannibalism and multiply rapidly,' he said. And clearly many in Mizoram are impressed. When John Neihlaia, commandant in the 3rd Battalion of Mizoram Police, and his friends prepared a traditional Mizo st...

Australian Grape Glut Dries Up as Drought Bites

... "They have had low prices and low yields -- it's plenty tough," said Strachan, conceding conditions will force some wineries out of business. Strachan said national production will be down about 25 percent to 1.42 million tonnes in 2007 due to drought and frost -- the lowest yielding vintage for more th...

Female Ducks Develop Complicated Genitals to Outwit Aggressive Males

... surprised them -- corkscrew-shaped oviducts, with plenty of potential dead-ends. "Interestingly, the male phallus is also a spiral, but it twists in the opposite, counterclockwise, direction," said Yale ornithologist Richard Prum in a statement. "So, the twists in the oviduct appear designed to exclude...

Barbeque Lovers Warned To Load On Fruits And Vegetables

...s. Significantly, post-menopausal women who ate plenty of barbecued or smoked meat but few fruits and vegetables (less than five servings per day) were at a 74 percent increased risk of breast cancer. At the same time, smoked, grilled or barbecued poultry or fish did not increase breast cancer risk when ...

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