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How To Use Landscaping For All Four Seasons

Do you want your children or pets to be able to enjoy the outdoors in the safety of your own property? Do you want a great party environment for friends

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Study finds recommended ICU sedatives equally safe, effective

Sedative medications used in intensive care are associated with increased delirium, which is in turn connected with higher medical costs and greater risk of death and ICU-related dementia. A study

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Biomedical basis of the Barker hypothesis uncovered

According to the Barker hypothesis (also referred to as ‘small baby syndrome’), infants with too low body weight have an increased risk of suffering from cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure,

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Could playing host to hookworms help prevent ageing?

Parasitic worms could hold the key to living longer and free of chronic disease, according to a review article published today in the open-access eLife journal. The review looks at

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Neuromuscular disease registry helps patients access research, clinical trials, new genetic tests, and therapies

The Canadian Neuromuscular Disease Registry (CNDR) was launched in 2010 to increase efficient patient access to cutting-edge research and clinical trials, to increase understanding of the natural history and epidemiology

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Bile acids may play previously unknown role in Parkinson’s

What does bile acid production in the digestive tract have to do with Parkinson’s disease? Quite a lot, according to a sweeping new analysis published in the journal Metabolites. The

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Cancer research expands body’s own immune system to kill tumors

Scientists are hoping advances in cancer research could lead to a day when a patient’s own immune system could be used to fight and destroy a wide range of tumors.

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Dementia rates higher in men with common genetic disorder haemochromatosis

New research has found that men who have the Western world’s most common genetic disorder are more likely to develop dementia, compared to those without the faulty genes. Researchers at

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