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40% of Older Adults: Newly Identified Form of Dementia Is Shockingly Common

40% of Older Adults: Newly Identified Form of Dementia Is Shockingly Common

The symptoms of Limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43 encephalopathy (LATE) are comparable to those of Alzheimer’s disease, involving memory loss and issues with thinking and reasoning in old age. A recent study indicates the prevalence of brain changes from limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43 encephalopathy might be approximately 40% in older adults and as high as 50% in people …

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MIT's new human liver model reveals how it regenerates, providing hope for patients to avoid transplants

MIT’s new human liver model reveals how it regenerates, providing hope for patients to avoid transplants

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), engineers developed a new liver tissue model to help reveal the stages of liver regeneration in hopes to help those individuals with liver disease, according to a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers …

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MIT's new human liver model reveals how it regenerates, providing hope for patients to avoid transplants

MIT’s new human liver model reveals how it regenerates, providing hope for patients to avoid transplants

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), engineers developed a new liver tissue model to help reveal the stages of liver regeneration in hopes to help those individuals with liver disease, according to a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers …

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Nutritionist, 72, opens restaurant to promote healthy eating - Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

Nutritionist, 72, opens restaurant to promote healthy eating – Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

News Kinnesha George 10 Hrs Ago Maria Nicholson, centre, at the launch of her restaurant Royal T Cafe at Buck Buck Alley, Canaan, Thursday. – Photo by David Reid Charlotteville native Maria Nicholson, 72, is opening a small restaurant to help Tobago eat natural and nutritious. On Thursday, Nicholson launched Royal T Café, at Buck …

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Matt Ford, who contracted monkeypox earlier this month, described it as a

What it’s like to have the virus, get vaccine

In mid-June, Matt Ford learned someone he had been in contact with the weekend prior was experiencing monkeypox symptoms. The following weekend, intense flu-like symptoms hit the 30-year-old hard. Fever, chills, sore throat, coughing, swollen lymph nodes and sweating through his sheets at night. After being swabbed for monkeypox at his doctor’s office, flu-like symptoms lessened but lesions appeared and became “quite painful.”  Dull, constant …

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Researchers may have just solved this 700-year-old mystery

Researchers may have just solved this 700-year-old mystery

As the world continues to wrestle with the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists believe they’ve solved the 700-year-old mystery of the world’s deadliest pandemic: Black Death. The journal Nature this month published new research that says biological evidence suggests Black Death originated in Central Asia in a location now known as Kyrgyzstan. And they believe it’s the …

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Researchers may have just solved this 700-year-old mystery

Researchers may have just solved this 700-year-old mystery

As the world continues to wrestle with the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists believe they’ve solved the 700-year-old mystery of the world’s deadliest pandemic: Black Death. The journal Nature this month published new research that says biological evidence suggests Black Death originated in Central Asia in a location now known as Kyrgyzstan. And they believe it’s the …

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