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The Ah-Ha Moment

The next day we travelled the 90 minute drive to the breeders, but this time to pick up Matinee, the blue-merle rough collie adult. Mark was so excited and beaming ear to ear when we put her in my car. 511 more words

Amyloid vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease: Is it feasible?

Supreet Khare1*, Deeksha Seth2, Shrayash Khare3

1* Intern (MBBS) Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, Maharashtra, India
2IIIrd MBBS, Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore (Manipal University), India… 403 more words

Articles On Science & Technology

Do cholesterol-lowering drugs save lives or destroy them?

We are told to trust medical providers because they know best. However, I firmly believe that frequently neither doctors nor caretakers listen to the person who is sick. 1,054 more words

Alzheimer's Disease

Young blood

Centuries ago in the dark forests of Hungary, Elizabeth of Bathory preyed upon the daughters of peasants and servants in a sadistic quest for youth and pleasure. 233 more words

Public Health

Alzheimer's Drug Tested in Mice Seems to Really Work

It is no secret that the medical industry has had significant difficulty identifying drugs that might slow or reverse the devastating process of Alzheimer’s Disease. However, recent research on mice seems to be promising! 156 more words

Aging Research


I’m in a doctor office waiting room. Again. This time is kind of sobering.

It is a set of opposites, with many similarities when I compare yesterday and today.   169 more words

Alzheimer's disease: are we close to finding a cure?

At Medical News Today, hardly a day goes by without coming across a study about Alzheimer’s disease. There is no doubt that scientists across the world are working hard to find ways to prevent, treat and cure this debilitating condition, which affects almost 36 million people globally. 242 more words