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UK Researchers find parental perception of child's weight is skewed

Childhood obesity affects more than double the amount of children it did 30 years ago, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC… 502 more words

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Immunotherapy, a promising new treatment of Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer’s disease, it slowly takes things away from the person without giving anything back. Right now there is no cure and at best we can slow the progression in some cases. 376 more words

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Cracking the blood-brain barrier with magnetic nanoparticles

The blood-brain barrier, the thorn in the side of medicine. It makes using drugs directed for the brain ineffective at best and unusable at worst. 725 more words

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Milk, not just for your bones, for your brain

Milk, depending on who you ask it’s either great or the devil. In the US drinking milk is common; not so much in other parts of the world. 504 more words

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The neurological basis for anorexia nervosa

Most of us know about dieting, and if not first hand, have seen in the news or from friends how hard sticking to a diet long-term can be. 645 more words

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