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In science, refuting a hypothesis can be as significant as proving one, all the more so in research aimed at elucidating how diseases proceed with a view toward preventing, treating, or curing them.
Slowing or preventing the development of Alzheimer’s disease, a fatal brain condition expected to hit one in 85 people globally by 2050, may be as simple as ensuring a brain protein’s sugar levels are maintained.
The American Academy of Neurology Foundation and The ALS Association announce the creation of the Richard Olney Clinician Scientist Development Award in ALS, named after Richard K.
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Researchers at the universities of Granada and Jaén, Spain, have discovered why recalling some items from memory reduces our ability to recall other related items.
Sometimes our immune defence attacks our own cells.
All referees feel stress on match days.
From stress to insomnia to anxiety, whatever the cause may be, new research shows that lack of sleep at night could affect memory later in life.
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