New class of menopause drugs reduces number and severity of hot flushes
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A new class of experimental drugs reduces hot flushes in menopausal women by almost three-quarters in just three days.
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Early Detection of Alzheimer's Cognitive Impairment via Verbal Fluency
Declining cognitive functioning in early stages of Alzheimer's disease patients can be detected with their ability to generate infinite spoken verbs, finds a new study.
How Ketones Can Combat Alzheimer's
One of the changes measured in Alzheimer's patients is how their brains, during the cognitive declines of the disease, lose the ability to properly utilize blood glucose. This...
Is a High Radiation Dose Better Than Standard Radiation Treatment in...
Higher doses of radiation therapy does not improve survival in patients with prostate cancer.
Artificial Intelligence can Diagnose Prostate Cancer Accurately
Artificial intelligence learning system has been developed that aids in diagnosing and identifying prostate cancer accurately, just like a pathologist.
Video Catches Dad Pulling Knife On A Teen During PTA Meeting
A dad pulled a knife on a teen during a PTA meeting about arming teachers After the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas , plenty of schools are having conversations...
New treatment for Parkinson's is nonsurgical AND reduces need for meds...
The treatment of Parkinson's disease can be highly problematic. More often than not, those who are suffering from Parkinson's need to be subjected to surgical forms of...
Hope for millions after life-saving AI is revealed
This AI, presented at the European Association of Urology congress in Copenhagen, has shown similar levels of accuracy to a human pathologist .
Dietary Supplement for Joints may Promote Tumor Growth in Skin Cancer
Natural glycosaminoglycan, approved as a dietary supplement used for osteoarthritis, promotes the tumor growth potential of BRAF V600E-expressing human melanoma cells and...
Brain Plaque- Reason Behind Genetic Mutations in Parkinson's Disease
With lab-grown human brain cells, the connection between the formation of fatty plaques in the brain and the genetic mutations of GBA1 in Parkinson's disease was identified.
Improving Brain Function in Alzheimer's Disease is Possible by Cell Therapy
A special type of neuron called inhibitory interneuron, when transplanted into brain can restore cognitive functions in Alzheimer's models, proves a new study.