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The field of Alzheimer's research is undoubtedly undergoing a difficult time right now. Clinical trials are failing, big pharmaceutical companies are cutting research, and many scientists are suggesting the overriding causal hypothesis that has been driving most study for several decades could be wrong. Still, there are many exciting and new pathways being investigated ...
 
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How does Tom Brady keep winning Super Bowls? It might have more to do with his brain than you think
 
 
Not a big Tom Brady fan? That's okay. We can't all be. But after yesterday's win in Super Bowl LIII, it's hard to argue that he isn't one of the greatest players of all time. After all, the New England Patriots quarterback just became the first player in NFL history to win six Super Bowls.
 
Instead of detailing every record Brady holds, let's bypass all controversies and agree that winning NFL games at 41-years-old is simply impressive. But, how does he do it?
 
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Alzheimer's: Just what is it? There may be more than one cause
 
 

Alzheimer’s disease may not even exist as a singular entity, any more than cancer. If that’s so, it would explain the massive and costly failures in treatment. But it also gives hope that, like cancer, an array of treatments may begin to defeat it.

This and other proposals to rethink Alzheimer’s from the beginning were explored Tuesday morning at a panel discussion at Biotech Showcase, part of a massive gathering of life science professionals this week in San Francisco.

 
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Diabetes: Cinnamon (Dalchini) May Help Control Blood Sugar Levels
 
 

Cinnamon, or dalchini as we call it in Hindi, is one of the popular spices that can be commonly found in Indian households. Used in various dishes and drinks, this aromatic spice has also been used in many traditional medicines and food preservatives. Moreover, dalchini, or cinnamon is a spice that is known to help manage diabetes and control blood sugar levels

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The AI solution for diagnosing early cognitive decline leading to Alzheimer’s disease

 
 

One of the biggest challenges facing Alzheimer's and dementia researchers today is finding a way to clearly identify patients suffering from the very earliest stages of cognitive decline. New research is suggesting that artificial intelligence could be the key to accurately predicting those patients most at risk of developing Alzheimer's.

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How Gut Bacteria May Be Controlling Your Brain
 
 

The gut has made a sudden rise to prominence as an arbiter of overall health. It’s well established that gut bacteria, also known as the microbiome, can influence digestion, allergies and metabolism. But these microbes’ reach may extend much further – into the brain. Conditions including depression and anxiety are now being linked to the digestive system.

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Anti-aging effects of compound in some fruits and vegetables verified in novel new research

 


New research has revealed that fisetin – a natural flavonoid found in many fruits and vegetables – functions as an effective senolytic agent by clearing out damaged aging cells, improving health and extending lifespan.

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20 Things You Didn't Know About ... Yoga

 
 
The yoga practiced by most Americans today has little in common with the ancient tradition, but that doesn’t mean you should throw away your mat and leggings.

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