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A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...vent accumulation of AB in your brain, than if you try to treat it once plaques form,” Dr. Golde says. “We know that statins don’t work very well if a heart artery is 99 percent blocked, but do if they are taken earlier. The same thing would go for a drug designed to prevent Alzheimer’s.” If r-flurbipro...

Jharkhand Village Shocked to Know About Its Huge HIV Positive Population

...arch of employment and return with the disease. We try to figure them out, but of no use. Over 35 people have died here in the last 4-5 years. But no treatment is available," he said. Those who have survived death are now living a life of seclusion, due to social ostracisation. "In remote village...

Lost Sleep can Never Be Compensated for

...imals are getting by on less sleep but they do not try and catch up. The ability to compensate for lost sleep is itself lost, which is damaging both physically and mentally, he added. During the study, animals were kept awake for 20 hours per day followed by a four-hour sleep opportunity, over five con...

Five Killed by Methane Gas on Virginia Farm

...walter's wife, Phyillis. "The family took off to try to get him," said Sonny Layman, who rents a house on the farm. "Phyillis threw the phone out at me and asked me to dial 911." Layman instead followed her and two of the Showalter's four children. By the time he got to the pit a few feet away, "They...

US Traveler With Deadly TB Has Less Serious Strain

...other people, "we now have some drugs available to try to treat them and prevent them from developing TB." Speaker was the first person in more than four decades to be placed under mandatory isolation by US health authorities, who feared he suffered the rare XDR TB infection. He was engaged to be mar...

Complementary Therapy may Reduce Pregnancy Chances in Women

... to seek out CATs because they are more willing to try anything to get pregnant. The next step for the researchers is to study the same group over a five year period and see how many become pregnant in the longer term. It is important to do this because we are concerned that, with persistent treatment ...

EU Aims to Shake Up Wine Industry With Root-and-branch Reform

...he competitiveness of the European wine producers, try to win back markets, drain the infamous wine lakes and of course make things more simple," she said. EU attempts to turn around souring wine market Although Europe remains by far the biggest wine producer and exporter, it faces growing competitio...

American Bests Japanese Hot Dog Eating Champion, Sets Record

...led wisdom tooth left him in pain. He rallied to try to defend his title, but came up short, shoveling in a still-remarkable 63 dogs with their buns in the stipulated 12 minutes. In the final stretch, Kobayashi managed to pull abreast of Chestnut when a sudden urge to vomit forced him to block his mo...

Insight Into Neural Stem Cells Has Implications For Designing Therapies

...nes in embryonic stem cells in the culture dish to try to create the desired type of neuron". The Alvarez-Buylla lab has identified neural stem cells in the adult human brain, but it is not known if these cells are heterogeneous. If human brains show a similar regionalization of stem cells, it might al...

Scientists Find Single Circuit Channeling Depression in Rats

...an patients. "The holy grail of psychiatry is to try to find final common pathways that can make sense of how genes and life experiences end up with the same result," he said. "And the same goes for medications. There are many treatments that act in fundamentally different ways -- how do we make sens...

New Asthma Gene Identified

...hma gene' would provide a new set of mechanisms to try and modify and manage childhood asthma, Abecasis said. "Before we finished the paper, we would have guessed (ORMDL3) would be a gene with a well-understood role in allergic responses, but that is not what we found," said Abecasis, noting that the g...

Computer Games World Cup Kicks Off in Paris

...rites to win the Counter-Strike competition. "We try to practise four hours a day, four days a week, and we intensify before the competition," he said. "I get a salary every month. I cannot tell exactly how much but enough to live, more than a thousand euros." Besides the gamers, between 40,000 and 5...

Harry Potter Final Book - Prediction and Expectations

...er's or sorcerer's stone is, and you read later to try and figure out who Sirius Black is and whether he's going to be on Harry's side or on Voldemort's side." "The great thing about the series is that it is both plot and character driven," Nel said. "If you're someone who needs a page-turner, you get ...

Gadrasil Could Prove Effective in Men too

...$28 million US to an international health group to try to figure out how to introduce a female-only HPV vaccine into socially-conservative countries like India, Uganda, Peru and Vietnam, where infection rates have been soaring and the prospect of many more women dying of cervical cancer in the years ahea...

Indian Fashion Beckons International Models

... are not only eager to walk the ramp here but also try their luck in Bollywood. Over the years Indian fashion matured as designers stopped copying Western motifs blindly. India emerged as a country exhibiting innovative silhouettes as well as becoming a profitable business destination for internationa...

Genetic Factors Behind Mosquitoes Resistance to Malaria Identified

...re almost as unhappy about malaria as we are. They try to get rid of it. Dr. Johann Deisenhofer, who was awarded the 1988 Nobel Prize in chemistry for using X-ray crystallography to describe the structure of a protein involved in photosynthesis. The researchers are now planning to genetically manipula...

Trade Unionists Join Polish Nurses' Protest

... 200 doctors have also launched a hunger strike to try to force the government to give in to their union's demands for a massive pay hike. The average monthly pay packet for Polish hospital doctors is 395 euros a month, not counting overtime. Union representatives say that even domestic cleaners get ...

China Cracks the Whip Against Drug Manufacturers Who Fail Quality Norms

... is lucrative but poorly regulated. Some companies try to cash in by substituting fake or substandard ingredients. The latest U.S. recalls announced Thursday by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission covered jewelry the agency said could cause lead poisoning. They also covered a magnetic building ...

Brain Pathway for Depression Revealed

... mechanisms. "The holy grail of psychiatry is to try to find final common pathways that can make sense of how genes and life experiences end up with the same result," said Deisseroth. "And the same goes for medications. There are many treatments that act in fundamentally different ways - how do we make...

British Woman Who Has inherited Breast Cancer Wants to Spread Awareness

...y friends' mothers plaited their hair but I had to try to plait my own because there was no one to do it for me. I never had a woman in my childhood telling me that she loved me and that I was beautiful, like I tell my daughter." McQueen has not undergone genetic testing because the NHS requires a livi...

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