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Published on 21 November 2018 | 2:43 pm


New information on the pathological mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease - Medical Xpress


Medical Xpress

New information on the pathological mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease
Medical Xpress
Researchers at the University of Helsinki have discovered a mechanism by which harmful tau protein aggregates are transmitted between neurons. Alongside amyloid plaques, tau aggregates in the brain are a significant factor in the progression of ...
DNA Immunotherapy Targets Two Pathologies in Alzheimer's DiseasePrecisionVaccinations
Alzheimer's cases growingRochesterFirst
DNA vaccine reduces both toxic proteins linked to Alzheimer'sdomain-B
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Published on 21 November 2018 | 1:49 pm


Family feel 'cheated' after daughter, 20, died of sepsis when hospital sent her home - Plymouth Live


Plymouth Live

Family feel 'cheated' after daughter, 20, died of sepsis when hospital sent her home
Plymouth Live
A family whose young daughter died from sepsis following a routine operation say they feel "cheated" by her death. Chloe Rideout, 20, went to hospital with a burst appendix before being sent home after an operation.
Dad of daughter who died of sepsis after routine operation is heartbroken that he'll never walk her down the aisleThe Sun

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Published on 21 November 2018 | 12:47 pm


Mum who thought boy's weeping eye was common cold shocked at cancer diagnosis - Mirror.co.uk


Mirror.co.uk

Mum who thought boy's weeping eye was common cold shocked at cancer diagnosis
Mirror.co.uk
A mum who thought her four-year-old boy's weeping eye was from a common cold was left reeling when he was diagnosed with cancer. Harri Cooke, from Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, was a happy and healthy tot before his mum, Carly, 33, noticed he had a ...
Little boy's weeping eye turns out to be deadly cancer – after mum and docs mistook it for a coldThe Sun
The picture that hides a deadly tumour: Four-year-old was diagnosed with cancer after doctors dismissed his weeping ...Daily Mail

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Published on 21 November 2018 | 12:42 pm


Nine In Ten People Want Calorie-Reduced Food, Survey Reveals - Men's health UK


Men's health UK

Nine In Ten People Want Calorie-Reduced Food, Survey Reveals
Men's health UK
According to a new survey from Public Health England (PHE), nine out of ten people want their food to be 'made healthier' in a bid to stop them becoming obese. It feeds in to added pressure on the food industry, with organisations calling to reduce the ...
Sugar tax news: research shows staggering support for sugar reductionHealth Europa
Tackling obesity: Overwhelming UK public support for sugar and calorie reduction, PHE survey findsFoodIngredientsFirst

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Published on 21 November 2018 | 12:26 pm


First Dates star amputee, 20, was inspired to pay £64000 to have his SECOND leg cut off after watching TV vets ... - Daily Mail


First Dates star amputee, 20, was inspired to pay £64000 to have his SECOND leg cut off after watching TV vets ...
Daily Mail
A reality TV star plagued by a rare condition paid £64,000 to have his leg amputated - 18 years after his other limb was also removed. James Bertrand, 20 - who appeared on Channel 4's First Dates - lived with constant pain due to blood clots caused by ...

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Published on 21 November 2018 | 12:24 pm


Did Brexit Vote Lead to Higher Levels of Depression? - Medscape


Medscape

Did Brexit Vote Lead to Higher Levels of Depression?
Medscape
Prescriptions for antidepressants increased in England after the referendum that triggered Brexit, in contrast to other classes of drugs where demand was in decline, according to a study. A research team led by King's College London (KCL) said the ...
Brexit puts the Poms on a downerThe Australian
'Anti-depressant prescriptions soared in days after Britain voted to leave the EU', researchers sayDaily Mail
Brexit linked to a rise in antidepressant use, study findsCNN
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Published on 21 November 2018 | 12:23 pm


My kids aren't ready to lose their mummy, says dad whose wife has terminal cancer - The Sun


The Sun

My kids aren't ready to lose their mummy, says dad whose wife has terminal cancer
The Sun
A HEARTBROKEN dad of two is desperately trying to save his wife after she was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, saying that his children "aren't ready to lose their mummy". In just two days, Jamie Barrett managed to raise more than £30,000 on his ...

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Published on 21 November 2018 | 12:16 pm


We Can't Blame Parents For Their Children's Weight, New Study Suggests - HuffPost UK


HuffPost UK

We Can't Blame Parents For Their Children's Weight, New Study Suggests
HuffPost UK
Parents are often blamed if their kids are overweight, but a new study suggests this may be an unfair assumption. Researchers at King's College London and University College London found that mums and dads adapt their feeding styles in line with a ...
Parents' feeding styles reflect on children's genes: StudyBusiness Standard
Blaming parents entirely for children's weight gain is 'unfair'The Independent

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Published on 21 November 2018 | 10:53 am


Fish may hold the key to repairing damaged hearts in humans - BT.com


BT.com

Fish may hold the key to repairing damaged hearts in humans
BT.com
A fish that can repair damage to its own heart could inspire treatment to heal the human organ, a study has found. Scientists from the University of Oxford found that a gene called lrrc10 is linked to heart regeneration in Mexican tetra fish. People ...
Fish genes hold key to repairing damaged heartsBritish Heart Foundation
Mexican tetra fish may offer heart failure treatments in humansBusiness Standard
Fish may hold key to repair damaged heartsSBS
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Published on 21 November 2018 | 10:09 am


Insulin shortage could affect 40 million people with type 2 diabetes - The Guardian


The Guardian

Insulin shortage could affect 40 million people with type 2 diabetes
The Guardian
About 40 million people who will need insulin to manage their type 2 diabetes in 12 years' time will not get it unless access to the drug is significantly improved, according to new research. Diagnoses of type 2 diabetes are soaring worldwide, linked ...
Estimation of global insulin use for type 2 diabetes, 2018–30: a microsimulation analysisThe Lancet
98 mn Indians may have diabetes by 2030: Lancet studyTimes of India
Diabetes type 2 warning - the 'problematic' warning sign in your legs you shouldn't ignoreExpress.co.uk
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Published on 20 November 2018 | 11:30 pm








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