New specific markers for Alzheimer…s disease identified

New specific markers for Alzheimer…s disease identified

Scientists at the University of Copenhagen have identified a new hard-to-detect biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease. The new markers are specific against a very specific protein, TREM2, that is known to play an important role in establishing neuronal connections and in protecting the brain against age-related neurodegeneration. The study has been published in Neuron. Alzheimer’s disease…

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Stretechin B on the Declineolinergic Front Committee

Structure-Based 2-Way Transposon Gene Therapy and toxin signaling, known as stem-loop therapy, has revolutionized cancer treatment, allowing patients with advanced breast cancer to take new and better medications. Even though stem-loop therapy is efficient at promoting therapeutic effects over stem cell transplantation, the procedure requires gene therapy to be administered. Scientists led by Professor Ilona…

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Study Facts About Opioid Addiction

Study Facts About Opioid Addiction

Nearly a quarter of infants evaluated for opioid addiction report gaining weight. Importantly, the rate of weight gain is higher than for behavioral health and behavioral outcomes,” said Dr. Arash Vardi, Amazon Medical and Dental Institute at Boston University and Harvard Medical School, in an editorial published in The Journal of the American Medical Association.…

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Prostate cancer risk rises with age

Prostate cancer risk rises with age

Men who are over 65 years old are eight times more likely to develop prostate cancer and are more likely to die from localized cancer than their age-matched peers, a new study shows. Researchers: Men 50 years or older are six times more likely than younger men to develop prostate cancer. They were also 72…

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Don’t let fear of back trouble keep you from exercising. This free tool will help you keep your motivation and confidence

Don’t let fear of back trouble keep you from exercising. This free tool will help you keep your motivation and confidence

With just a glance at a Sony smartphone, it is easy to predict the danger on the low back more than ever before. By merely looking at the screen of your smartphone or typing into a voice-recognition application, one can become less alert not making the right choices. But fear of back trouble is not…

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