Lost memories may be restored reports UCLA study

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One of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease is memory loss. Now, a new study by UCLA researchers has found that lost memories can be restored. The findings offer...

Teen behavior problems linked to mother’s depression

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A Canadian study suggests that a mother’s depression when her child is 6 to 10 years old increases the risk of substance abuse and delinquent behaviors during the...

Clot-removing stent provides better stroke recovery

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A study conducted in the Netherlands found that using a new type of stent to remove large blood clots in the brain greatly enhanced the recovery of stroke...

Bed-sharing toddlers may be at greater risk of developing asthma

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A new study from the Netherlands suggests that toddlers who share a bad with their parents may be at an increased risk of developing asthma by age 6. Researchers...

A promising compound can quickly eliminate malaria parasites

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Malaria is a potentially deadly disease of monumental proportions across the world. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital reported a promising compound rapidly eliminates the malaria parasite. It has...

Hangovers from excess food can give you morning brain fog

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It is commonly known that consuming alcohol in excess amounts to a point of intoxication – defined as a stupefied or excited by a chemical substance – can...

New procedure can prevent potentially fatal pregnancy complications

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Two complications of pregnancy can cause life-threatening hemorrhage: placenta previa and placenta accreta. In addition to controlling a potentially fatal hemorrhage, the procedure can avoid a hysterectomy to...

The importance of sleep and how it affects different age groups

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This time of year most of us enjoy the extra hour of sleep as we get as we turn our clocks back, but it’s not nearly enough to...

Study shows link between breast symmetry and eating disorders

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Does breast size and shape matter? When it comes to eating disorders, the answer is “yes,” according to a study just published in the Journal of Plastic and...

New research confirms running will not ruin your knees

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Regular running at any age does not ruin your knees and may prevent the development of osteoarthritis in the knees, according to new research presented at the American...

Falls cause of most head injuries in young children

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Falls are the most common cause of head injuries in children under the age of 2, according to a new study. Previous studies have shown that traumatic brain...

Just four minutes of activity can improve behavior in kids

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There has been heightening concerns about the cascade of misdiagnoses of mental disorders of kids such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with prescriptions of dangerous drugs such as ritalin...