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Meetings, Conventions, Incentives in Hawaii: Latest Meetings, Conventions, Incentives Industry Trends to Drive Popularity of Hawaii

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Hawaii Meetings, Conventions, Incentives (MCI) Tourism Market is likely to reach nearly USD 1.3 Billion by the year end of 2022. 296 more words


Medical Council of India amendment offers incentive marks to government doctors in rural areas

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has amended the PG Medical Education Regulations, 2000. Now the government doctors serving in rural areas will be eligible for incentive marks. 84 more words

NEET Cracking Strategies for Biology Exam

Turning into an effective MBBS expert specialist is the thing that each medicinal understudy longs for Students put a long time of diligent work and a considerable measure of measure of cash to seek after their energy. 578 more words

Sound Sculpture - Poseidon's Music Box April 2018

Construction has begun and figuring out where my focus is.

Throughout the last trimester I have been exploring more theoretical aspects of the sculpture I am creating and thinking more about the ‘purpose’, the why of the physical art and what it can help achieve. 3,890 more words


Sexagenarian Obsession: the F-Word

With aging I have become overly sensitive to the F-word—- “Forgetting.” I meant to sandwich in a chance to have my photo taken with Truman, President Gnadinger’s dog. 288 more words

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A simple score may be able to determine the personal risk of developing Alzheimer's disease

For the first time, an international team of scientists, led by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, have determined that an Alzheimer’s disease (AD) polygenic risk score can be used to correctly identify adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) who were only in their 50s. 526 more words

What is the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's disease?

This is probably the most common question I’m asked by my readers, so I decided to devote an entire article to clearing up the confusion. Doctors and scientists often throw around words like “dementia,” “Alzheimer’s,” and “mild cognitive impairment” without making it clear what the difference is between them. 456 more words