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How Exercise Might "Clean" the Alzheimer's Brain - Scientific American
The researchers found that exercised animals from a mouse model of Alzheimer’s had greatly enhanced memory compared to sedentary ones due to improved adult hippocampal neurogenesis and a rise in amounts of a specific molecule that promotes brain cell growth called BDNF.
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2 hours ago by ssorc
Evidence-based healthcare info -- w/ crowdsourcing.

see also "Natural Standard" for Medical Library Association (and NLM?) access to info.
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7 hours ago by Cloudwalker
EnMed: Engineering Medicine at Texas A&M
EnMed is an innovative engineering medical school option created by Texas A&M University and Houston Methodist Hospital to educate a new kind of physician who will create transformational technology for health care.
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8 hours ago by cyberchucktx
A new mechanism for how animal cells stay intact | Stanford News
Almost eight years ago, Stanford University bioengineer Manu Prakash was looking for a way to watch every cell in an adult living, behaving animal in elaborate…
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yesterday by asaltydog
Siblings of children with autism have social, emotional problems | Spectrum | Autism Research News
Even undiagnosed siblings of children with autism tend to struggle with anxiety, depression and social difficulties.
therapy  medicine  psychology  Health 
yesterday by basemaly
#HeartBeatGhana! – Just saying
A trip to raise awareness of Coronary Heart Disease and the need for treatment facilities
Health  HeartDisease  Medicine  Medical  Healthcare  Ghana  Africa  RealLifeStories 
yesterday by dk33per
Human Phenotype Ontology
The Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) provides a standardized vocabulary of phenotypic abnormalities encountered in human disease.
ehr  phenotype  medicine  database  ontology 
yesterday by mark.larios
An Unsupported Preference for Intravenous Antibiotics
‘The more rapidly achieved peak antibiotic levels after intravenous dosing may be important when treating rapidly progressing infections such as severe sepsis and bacterial meningitis, …’ So start with IVs when they’re sick and you’re worried about them!
medicine  antibiotics  intravenous  oral 
3 days ago by aidan

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