Treating Alzheimer’s disease: A New Chemical Approach

From the University of Liverpool and Callaghan Innovation in New Zealand comes a study that local scientists have been developing; a new kind of chemical approach that will harness the natural ability of complex sugars in the treatment Alzheimer’s disease.   The team of scientists produced a new library of sugars called heparan sulphates, which […]

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Alzheimer’s disease: Molecular Chain Reaction Found?

Researchers at Lund University in Sweden headed by Professor Singerup Linse and Erik Helistrand have recently identified a molecular mechanism behind the crucial step in Alzheimer’s that leads to the death of brain cells.   The neurological disease is associated, as a general statement, with memory loss and changes in personality.  The research at Lund […]

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Children of Long-lived Parents: Less Risk of Cancer?

  A recently completed study at the University of Exeter showed that people with long-lived parents had a twenty-four percent decreased chance of getting cancer.  The parameters of ‘long-lived’ defined as mothers who lived past ninety-one years and fathers who lived past eighty-seven years. A side study posted from the National Institute for Health and […]

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