Study reveals increased risks for Alzheimer's, suicide among youth in polluted cities
A University of Montana researcher and her collaborators have published a new study that reveals increased risks for Alzheimer's and suicide among children and young adults...
2 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Air pollution increases people's risk of Alzheimer's and suicide by nearly FIVE TIMES, study finds
Researchers from the University of Montana found lifelong exposure to fine-air particles raises people's levels of the 'Alzheimer's protein', which is associated with...
2 days ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Evidence mounts for Alzheimer's, suicide risks among youth in polluted cities
Researchers have published a new study that reveals increased risks for Alzheimer's and suicide among children and young adults living in polluted megacities.
3 days ago - ScienceDaily
Alzheimer's, Suicide Risks High Among Children and Youth Living in Polluted Cities
Living in polluted cities can increase the risk for Alzheimer's disease and suicide in children and young adults. Damaging effects are caused by tiny pollution particles that...
4 days ago - Medindia Health
Weekly Health Quiz: Biology, Heart Attacks and Alzheimer's
1 Which of the following is a necessity for all biological processes in your body, catalyzing biochemical reactions that otherwise cannot occur? Vitamin...
1 month ago - Mercola
Air Pollution Can Lead to Osteoporosiss in Older Adults
Pollution Can Lead to Bone Loss in Older People. Researchers link osteoporosis and exposure to tiny airborne particles. by Patrick Kiger, AARP, November 21, 2017|Comments: 0...
4 monthes ago - AARP
New study shows how SNO reaction may contribute to Parkinson's disease
A new study from The Scripps Research Institute is the first to show precisely how a process in nerve cells called the S-nitrosylation reaction- which can be caused by aging...
4 monthes ago - News Medical - 3 articles
Smog May Harm Your Bones, Too
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5 monthes ago - MedlinePlus
Breathing Bad Air May Boost Bone Fracture Risk
Two large studies link air pollution exposure to osteoporosis
5 monthes ago - MedPageToday
Bad break: Osteoporosis-related bone fractures linked to air pollution
Exposure to air pollution is associated with osteoporosis-related loss of bone mineral density and risk of bone fractures, according to a new study.
5 monthes ago - ScienceDaily
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A single concussion increases Parkinson's risk by more than 50%, study warns
The study of Army veterans shows that people who diagnosed with a mild concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury, have a 56 percent increased risk of developing the illness.
Skin implant creates an artificial 'mole' if people are at a high risk of...
Researchers from ETH Zurich in Basel created an implant that is triggered by high calcium to produce melanin, the pigment which causes a skin tan, moles and freckles. Calcium...
'Healthy' toddler, 3, is battling a devastating condition similar to ALZHEIMER'S
Single mother Elaine Fisher, 38, of Dudley, West Midlands, has been left 'mourning' following the heartbreaking diagnosis of her daughter, Holly, with Niemann-Pick Type C.
"Beet" it! A compound found in this superfood may help slow Alzheimer's
You can now add one more benefit to eating beets - that is, slowing down the progress of Alzheimer's disease. According to a study, the extracts of beets contain a compound...
Early Warning Signs of Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson's disease is a tricky disease, in that the first symptoms don't even develop until 80% of the damage that causes the disease has already occurred. As a result...
ZEISS Cataract & Refractive Clinical Cases
ZEISS Cataract & Refractive Clinical Cases As a world innovation leader in optics and one of the most respected brands in medical technology ZEISS shares on a regular basis...
The father battling Alzheimer's at 45
Matt Oliver, from Dallas, was just 41 when doctors diagnosed him with the crippling, memory-robbing disease that usually strikes the elderly.
Reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer's by walking FAST and OFTEN
In 2015, at least 47 million people worldwide had dementia, a memory problem that often greatly affects an individual's ability to accomplish daily tasks. While the most common...
Retirement Planning: Early Retirement Decisions You Won't Regret
Making early retirement decisions helps us proactively create the life we want, rather than living choices made by default. Everyone hopes to live a life that ends with few or...
Ramifications of pelvic exam guidelines
The 2009 change in cervical cancer screening guidelines may have had an unintended consequence: fewer young women are receiving the annual chlamydia screening recommended by...