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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Medical News Today: Low dietary intake of seafood linked to cognitive decline

Seafood is rich in PUFAs, which have been shown to be beneficial for brain health. According to new research, not eating enough fish could increase the risk of cognitive decline.
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Medical News Today: Researchers discover brain pathway involved in emotional behaviors

Neuroscientists from the UK have discovered brain circuits involved in emotional behaviors that are important to mammalian survival in fearful situations, according to a new study.
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Medical News Today: Breastfeeding may protect against inflammation and heart disease in young adulthood

Lower birth weight or having been breastfed for less than 3 months is linked to higher levels of a biomarker for inflammation, heart and metabolic disease in young adults.
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Medical News Today: Performing tasks in preferred temperature may boost working memory

Researchers from the Netherlands have found that carrying out tasks in a preferred temperature, whether warm or cold, may boost working memory, making us more productive.
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Medical News Today: Activating neurons that trigger depression could help treat it, study suggests

Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai found that activating neurons linked to stress-induced depression may actually increase resilience to the condition.
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Medical News Today: Key ‘sperm meets egg’ protein discovery holds promise for fertility treatments

To recognize each other, the egg and sperm carry proteins on their surfaces. The sperm one was discovered by Japanese researchers. Now, UK researchers have identified the egg one.
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Medical News Today: Chinese herbal remedy ‘just as effective as methotrexate against arthritis’

A Chinese herbal remedy – Triptergium wilfordii Hook F – is just as effective for treating symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis than commonly used drug methotrexate, a study suggests.
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Medical News Today: Commission suggests improvements to cancer care in China, India and Russia

The Lancet Oncology publish the findings of a special commission formed to analyze the quality of cancer care in three large countries that present major health care challenges.
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Medical News Today: Aspirin may help women with recent pregnancy loss conceive and have a baby

New trial finds that low dose aspirin does not prevent pregnancy loss in all women who have recently miscarried, but did increase chance of conception and live birth for some.
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Medical News Today: Scientists discover big clue to how caffeine wards off Alzheimer’s

We already know caffeine intake appears to ward off Alzheimer’s but not how exactly. Now a mouse study suggests it blocks a receptor involved with tau deposits in the brain.
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