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Top News: #Dementia

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High blood pressure may hike dementia risk:

High blood pressure, particularly in middle age, might open the door to dementia, the American Heart Association warns in a new scientific statement:  320 more words


Does ADT increase risk for all types of dementia?

Back in December last year, a group of researchers suggested that androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) might be associated with increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease (see “ 610 more words


Private Police: Coming to a Neighborhood Near You?

Psst! Private police may be already there.

If you are wealthy you most likely already do not rely on public police for all your police services.

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the Wild West of Zen 

In the Wild West of Zen where the air is crisp and clean, the cowboys and cowgirls ride them horses and the cattle sing, their rhythms in sync with the seasons. 118 more words

The Exploration of 'Siteless & Cited' - Contextualisation and Experimentation.

After getting my project brief in Subject for Siteless and Cited (see previous post under Subject for reference for project brief), I have since gone to the library and withdrawn a selection of books for inspiration. 503 more words


After long-term ADT ... recovery of normal hormonal function?

A group of Spanish clinical researchers have reported recent data from a small study designed to address an unanswered question about the recovery of (relatively) normal hormonal function after completion of androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). 359 more words


Does long-term ADT really affect cognitive function or not?

After > 50 years of use of various forms of androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), we still don’t really have a clear idea of whether or the degree to which long-term, continuous ADT can affect cognitive function — although there is no doubt at all that many patients believe it does. 637 more words