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Anaesthesia Can Increase Alzheimers Risks
The repetitive anaesthesia with isoflurane, given by inhalation, can increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's Disease (AD) in the patients with the genetic risk factors for the disease, says the study. The studies conducted in the mice proved that anaesthesia is ...
Anaesthesia Increase Alzheimer Risks
Football Conversation Alzheimer
Football Can Benefit Alzheimer Patients
While doctors are cracking their brains to get treatment for Alzheimer, the patients themselves seem to have come up with a remedy. The conversational skills of a dementia sufferer, who only used to speak to reveal what he wanted for dinner ...
Bio Beer Rice University
Go Bio With Beer For A Long Life
With the 'Bio' fever raging high, Rice University pupils have come up interestingly with a ‘Bio-Beer’, that could extend one's life. A group consisting of eight graduate and undergraduate students created BioBeer as part of the ...
Potato Virus Alzheimers Treatment
Potato Virus May Harbour Alzheimer's Cure
The humble potato may hold the key to Alzheimer's treatment, suggests a new study. According to the research, virus that commonly infects potatoes bears a striking resemblance to one of the key proteins implicated in Alzheimer's disease (AD), and researchers have used...
Dimebon Drug Alzheimers Disease
Russian Drug Improves Alzheimer's Symptoms
Dimebon – the drug first discovered in 1983 and sold in Russia as an antihistamine – significantly improves the clinical course of patients with Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published in The Lancet. "More research is ...
Gene Variation Linked To Alzheimer's Identified
A genetic variation in a protein, called tau, is responsible for an earlier age of onset in Alzheimer's disease, according to scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. ...
Sleep Apnea Linked To Memory Loss
Sleep apnea can lead to serious brain injury that disrupts memory and thinking, according to researchers at the University of California - Los Angeles. ...
A Busy Social Life Does Boosts One's Lifespan
Forget cutting on the calories or exercising, if it's longevity you"re trying to nab, then you might want to consider spending more time with members of the younger generation, at least that"s what a new study suggests. ...
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