Molecular clues explain why some neurons are more susceptible than others in Alzheimer's disease
In the brain of a person with Alzheimer's disease, neurons degenerate and die, slowly eliminating memories and cognitive skills. However, not all neurons are impacted equally.
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Consensus Statement for the Management and Treatment of Sturge-Weber Syndrome: Neurology, Neuroimaging, and Ophthalmology Recommendations
Sturge-Weber Syndrome is a sporadic, neurocutaneous syndrome involving the skin, brain, and eyes. Given the variability of clinical outcome and the lack of prospective studies...
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Hunter Biden: ‘I come from a family forged by tragedies'
US President Joe Biden's younger - and sole surviving - son battled alcoholism and drug addiction in the wake of losing his brother, Beau, to brain cancer in 2015. Here, he...
6 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Alzheimer's study: A Mediterranean diet might protect against memory loss and dementia
Alzheimer's disease is caused by protein deposits in the brain and the rapid loss of brain matter. But a Mediterranean diet rich in fish, vegetables and olive oil might protect...
8 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Eat More Beets for Your Heart, Brain, and Endurance
Back in 2006, I wrote the first edition of a book called The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth. I included beets, a food that I have long loved and appreciated. But after a couple...
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The cerebellum may have played an important role in the evolution of the human brain
The cerebellum - a part of the brain once recognized mainly for its role in coordinating movement - underwent evolutionary changes that may have contributed to human culture...
9 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Alzheimer's Pathology Linked to Diet
People who followed a Mediterranean-style diet closely had less amyloid and tau pathology, increased brain volume in regions vulnerable to Alzheimer's disease, and better...
10 hours ago - MedPageToday - 2 articles
Study: CurQfen complex delivers curcumin to key brain regions, improves memory
Curcumin from the branded curcumin-fenugreek complex, CurQfen, may be delivered to the hippocampus of the brain and improve locomotor activity and spatial memory, says a new...
11 hours ago - NutraIngredients-USA - 2 articles
Mediterranean Diet Could Ward Off Dementia
A new study suggests a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, olive oil and fish may protect the brain from plaque buildup and shrinkage.
12 hours ago - Web MD - 2 articles
Dealing With an Irregular Period? Here's How Acupuncture Could Help You Out
Regulating an irregular period isn't a DIY activity. If you notice any significant changes to your cycle or stop getting a period, you should always consult with a...
13 hours ago - PopSugar
The headlines of Master Doctor
Interrupted campaign could prove a blessing for Nimalee in The Coast
This preparation has been frustrating for Matthew Smith with Nimalee, but she has won at group 2 level and gets to The Coast at Gosford on Saturday with some freshness in her legs.
Another day of chaos at Perth hospitals as pressure in ED ramps up
Nine ambulances were waiting to offload patients outside Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital on Friday afternoon, with the ED operating beyond capacity.
Bookie inexperience could hurt Apollo in Tabcorp race: analysts
Private equity giant Apollo faces an uphill battle winning crucial support for its bid for Tabcorp's wagering division.
ASC says sorry to gymnasts, watchdog says watch out
The Australian Sports Commission apologises for abuses at the AIS in Canberra, and sports integrity's head honcho says Australian sport will change forever.
Health Advocate or Big Brother? Companies Weigh Requiring Vaccines
It is a delicate decision balancing employee health and personal privacy. Some companies are sidestepping the issue by offering incentives to those who get shots.
Booming property market stokes household debt concerns
A ferocious boom in housing overwhelming the banks is stoking concerns about consumer debt, amid signs some buyers are becoming more cautious about overpaying
‘We wake up in grief for our culture': the return of a landmark play
Actor Elaine Crombie says a new production of The 7 Stages of Grieving, about Indigenous Australian history, is as relevant today as when it was written 26 years ago.
Property price rises are a welcome sign of a return to normal
Policy makers should not panic about the rises of the past few months but home buyers must be prepared for an increase in mortgage rates.
The secret clay court sessions that sparked Barty's 16-match winning streak
The world No.1 will play in the Madrid Open final on Sunday as she continues a remarkable run on red clay that not even the Australian saw coming.
The stories behind the people who wielded the blue pencils
Australian publishing has had its fair share of charismatic editors, as Craig Munro reveals in Literary Lion Tamers.