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By Drs. David Niesel and Norbert Herzog Some recent studies have revealed something we suspected but had not discovered about
Research has shown that many forms of dementia -- and neurodegenerative diseases such as ALS and Huntington's -- share some
He writes: "The connection between reading in early childhood and its impact on future years is clear. Since parents, grandparents
I came back from school one day in early September and went to my grandparent's house. I didn't go to our house because my parents were shuttling between home and University Hospital, where my older brother was being treated. The leukemia had been in remission for months, and he had been doing better. But when it came back, it was overwhelming.
A reality of science is understanding that the more we peer and examine, the more our studies elude us.
The major risk factor for both cancer and Alzheimer's disease is aging. Changes in our biology that happen as we age contribute to the development of both diseases. Better understanding the biology of aging will help us develop drugs to treat Alzheimer's. It will also help us identify drugs currently used to treat cancer that could also be "repurposed" to treat Alzheimer's patients.
This is an urgent need that must be attended to, not only for our own children, also for those children we can reach and impact. Africadarian is the best model to refer to in order to effect this long lasting change.The ancient proverb that 'It takes a village to raise a child', is more relevant in this case.
We all know about the brain that lives in our head, but we might not know about the brain that lives in our stomach. Vicky Vlachonis, Osteopath and author of "The Body Doesn't Lie," breaks down what all that rumbling in your tummy is about.
Author Sy Montgomery says octopuses are smart and have souls.
In the study, the researchers used GABA transplantation to repair the visual system in a group of mice with amblyopia, a