User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Age-Related :: Alzheimers
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Why diabetics have an increased Alzheimer's risk 1.5.2008 New Kerala: Health News
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Is brain training really best way to boost IQ? 1.5.2008 Hindu: Opinion
According to her TV advert, after playing Brain Training on the Nintendo DS, Nicole Kidman, 39, has a brain age to match her strangely smooth-skinned face age: 24. The game on the handheld console, which includes memory and reaction time ...
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New drug discovery tool for Alzheimer's disease unveiled 29.4.2008 New Kerala: Health News
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Two scientists share Bhramara Award 25.4.2008 Star of Mysore
Two scientists share Bhramara Award
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Study casts new light on how memory is stored 25.4.2008 New Kerala: Health News
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Study sheds new light on Alzheimer's development 24.4.2008 New Kerala: Health News
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Vioxx safety data manipulated 24.4.2008 Hindu: Science & Technology
A Merck’s internal communication talks of the drug being associated with an increased risk of causing deaths
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Be there for them 22.4.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
The risk of developing Alzheimer’s increases with age, and women are more prone to it
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Many elderly dumped, but some tend to wander off 21.4.2008 TOI: Cities
According to police records, around 40 senior citizens have gone missing in the city in the last two months.
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New Alzheimer's drug takes new approach 19.4.2008 New Scientist: Health
Reports of patients "waking up" within minutes of receiving a drug called etanercept have created a stir, but the research has yet to be published
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'High cholesterol in mid-life increases risk of Alzheimer' 17.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
People with high cholesterol level in their mid-life are at greater risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, a new research has shown.
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Larger brain may save loss of memory 16.4.2008 Asian Age: Newsmakers
Washington: Though some people may die of Alzheimer's disease, their ability to retain perfect memories and sharp minds have intrigued researchers. Those people have a larger part of the brain called the hippocampus, which may have protected them from the effects of Alzheimer's disease-related brain changes. Researchers at the Oregon Health and Science University evaluated the brains of 12 people who had sharp memories and thinking skills at the time of death, but whose autopsies revealed Alzheimer's plaques. Their brains were compared to those of 23 people who had the same amount of plaques in their brains. (IANS) *** 'Star streams found in galaxy outskirts' New York: Ghosts of galaxies? Astronomers claim to have identified huge star ...
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Vitamin E increases life span of Alzheimer's patients 16.4.2008 New Indian Express
Vitamin E increases life span of Alzheimer's patients
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Convention passe as Bollywood pegs hope on special roles 13.4.2008 India eNews: Top Headlines
A common thread running through over-the-top comic caper 'Krazzy 4' and sombrely romantic 'U, Me Aur Hum' is the theme of mental illness.
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'U, Me Aur Hum' is a tender, tactile melodrama 13.4.2008 India eNews: Top Headlines
Film: 'U, Me Aur Hum'; Cast: Ajay Devgan, Kajol, Sumeet Raghavan, Divya Dutta, Isha Sharwani and Karan Khanna; Director: Ajay Devgan: Ratings: ***1/2
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The week of the good and the bad Cinema 13.4.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
An actor worthy of emulation, Ajay Devgan takes early steps in his directorial career here now with a film that looks good, feels good. He brings an actor’s experience to a director’s enthusiasm as he pieces together a show that packs ...
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A flick worth watching 13.4.2008 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
An actor worthy of emulation, Ajay Devgan takes early steps in his directorial career with a film that looks good, feels good. He brings an actor’s experience to a director’s enthusiasm as he pieces together a film that packs in ...
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A feel good film 12.4.2008 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
An actor worthy of emulation, Ajay Devgan takes early steps in his directorial career with a film that looks good, feels good. He brings an actor’s experience to a director’s enthusiasm as he pieces together a film that packs in some ...
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A flick worth watching 12.4.2008 Hindu: Other States
An actor worthy of emulation, Ajay Devgan takes early steps in his directorial career with a film that looks good, feels good. He brings an actor’s experience to a director’s enthusiasm as he pieces together a film that packs in ...
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6 Indian-American students named 'Leaders of Tomorrow' 11.4.2008 Rediff: News
Six Indian-American high school juniors and 19 others, all named 'Leaders of Tomorrow', will discuss ways to heal the ills faced by society at a meeting later this month on the Bentley College campus at Waltham, Massachusetts. The students are winners of the 2008 Tomorrow 25, an international leadership competition for high school juniors organised by Bentley College, in cooperation with Time magazine.
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