User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Age-Related :: Alzheimers
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Spinal cord fluid may help in early detection of Alzheimer's disease 11.7.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Proteins present in the spinal cord fluid may help in an early detection of Alzheimer's disease, according to a study published in the latest issue of JAMA's Archives of Neurology.
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Scientists identify blood markers for dementia risk 9.7.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Blood levels of two proteins which increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease may predict pending dementia, say scientists.
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Dolls and teddies help Alzheimer’s patients bond 9.7.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: They may be the constant companions of young children, but as new study by researchers from Newcastle General Hospital has found, dolls and teddy bears can also help people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease interrelate and communicate with others.
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Dolls may help Alzheimer's patients 9.7.2006 New Kerala: World News
London: Dolls and teddy bears can help Alzheimer's patients interact and communicate with others, finds a new study.
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Researchers get closer to preventing Alzheimer's disease 7.7.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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Blood test may predict a person’s risk of developing dementia 7.7.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: A blood test might one day predict a person's risk of developing dementia, a new study suggests.
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Protein behind cancer spread may also help heal spinal cord damage 29.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Researchers have revealed that proteins that stimulate the growth of cancer cells may also help re-grow nerve cells, offering hope against diseases such as Alzheimer's or injuries such as spinal cord damage.
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Cancer causing protein may heal Alzheimers 29.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Seema Hakhu Kachru, Houston: Researchers have found that a protein known for driving the growth of cancer also plays a surprising role in restoring the ability of neurons to regenerate, making it an important target for addressing spinal cord damage or neurological diseases like Alzheimers.
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New test likely to answer questions about Alzheimer's disease 27.6.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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New test likely to answer questions about Alzheimer's disease 26.6.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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Rare disease's gene may illuminate major disorders 20.6.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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Gene behind rare disease could shed light on Parkinson's and Alzheimer's 19.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Oregon Health & Science University researchers have discovered the gene behind iron accumulation in brain, which can have useful implications in curing Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease in children.
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Food for the brain 18.6.2006 The Statesman
Food for the brain
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Pfizer, Eisai appeal UK ruling 16.6.2006 Financial Express
Pfizer, Eisai appeal UK ruling
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Being obese and diabetic could hit your memory 14.6.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Scientists have now found why obese patients who have diabetes also may have problems with their long-term memory.
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Vaccine shows promise for reducing Alzheimer's symptoms 13.6.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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Elizabeth Taylor dismisses report she has early Alzheimer's 31.5.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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Liz Taylor rubbishes Alzheimer's report 31.5.2006 Hindustan Times
Liz Taylor rubbishes Alzheimer's report
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Is Aluminium Dangerous? 29.5.2006 The Statesman
Is Aluminium Dangerous?
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New treatment strategy for Alzheimer's disease 20.5.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
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