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October 31, 2014Novel 'metal-chelation' therapy may be helpful in patients with Alzheimer disease
CHICAGO A preliminary study suggests that a novel therapy may help improve cognitive functioning in patients with Alzheimer disease
October 31, 2014Most Read: Age-Old Senior Housing Challenges Have 3 Real Solutions
In case you missed them, here are the top five stories grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week: 3 Solutions to
October 31, 2014US Energy Department awards $2.5 million to NatureWorks to transform biogas into building block for Ingeo biopolymers and intermediates
- The U.S. Energy Department's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Bioenergy Technologies announced a grant of up to $2.
October 31, 2014Team publishes evidence for natural alternative to antibiotic use in livestock
October 31, 2014Kraft mill sale talks collapse
October 31, 2014Russia warns it’s coming for the Arctic’s oil, including area Canada claims as its own
October 31, 2014Vitamin D deficiency rampant in neuromuscular diseases, study shows
A study by two Pennsylvania doctors shows that people suffering from neuromuscular diseases have a high prevalence of vitamin D
October 31, 2014DTE Biomass completes landfill gas-to-energy project in North Carolina
Waqas
October 31, 2014Chocolate No Cure-All for Brain Health: Top Doctor
Chocolate may turn out to be the secret to keeping your mind sharp as you age, but a top doctor is warning not to hit your candy stash
October 31, 2014Russia warns it’s coming for the Arctic’s oil, including an area Canada claims as its own
October 31, 2014Green spaces don't ensure biodiversity in urban areas
October 31, 2014Strange, fanged deer persists in Afghanistan
October 31, 2014High prevalence of vitamin D deficiency across the board in neuromuscular disease
More credence has been added to a growing awareness of the high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in neuromuscular disease by
October 31, 2014OSCIA invites Soil Champion nominees
October 31, 2014CORRECTED-History of U.S. biofuel mandate provides opening for legal challenge
October 31, 2014Unique Process Turns Waste Biomass To Biofuel
) - Shirke Energy an Indian Energy Firm active in Biomass Field established a Joint Venture with the Dutch firm Nettenergy BV for
October 31, 2014History of U.S. biofuel mandate provides opening for legal challenge
(Corrects spelling of Bob Dinneen's name throughout) By Ayesha Rascoe WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Probable legal challenges
October 31, 2014History of U.S. Biofuel Mandate Provides Opening for Legal Challenge
WASHINGTON, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Probable legal challenges to proposed cuts in the 2014 U.S.
October 31, 2014Special session planned at society of toxicology meeting ont he role of the environment in Parkinson's disease
While the causes of Parkinson's Disease are not known, recent experimental and epidemiological evidence of interactions
October 31, 2014City announces new snow removal program
October 31, 2014U.N. talks of tough global climate targets, vague on national action
October 31, 2014Lely’s Dairy XL concept offers an all-round solution to increasing numbers of large dairy farms
October 31, 2014Researchers develop new method for studying 'mental time travel'
Neuroscientists at Princeton University have developed a new way of tracking people's mental state as they think back to previous events
October 31, 2014Strange, Fanged Deer Persists in Afghanistan
October 31, 2014Large Grant for Nuclear Medicine and Imaging Research
October 31, 2014Study; 1 in 10 in Virginia Don't Report Memory Loss
By Aubrey Hiddema Connect A new study finds one in 10 people in Virginia age 45 and older, report worsening confusion or memory loss,
October 31, 2014Research on cell biology mystery may reveal root causes of Alzheimer's and other diseases
(Nanowerk News) In the 1980s, professor Leonard Rome and his then-postdoctoral fellow Nancy Kedersha made a breakthrough in cell
October 31, 2014Chocolate is good for your brain
New Alzheimer's research suggests cocoa constituents can help us fend off of senior
October 31, 2014Elk-culling in Rocky Mountain National Park is working out
Re:"Colorado can manage its resources" Oct. 19 point-counterpoint column.
October 31, 2014Science museum honoured for educators' workshops
October 31, 2014Literature searches benefit from location tagging
October 31, 2014UCI resarchers create first living model to exhibit
Irvine, Calif.
October 31, 2014Emory University researchers find clue to Huntington's disease mechanism
ATLANTA- Huntington's disease, an inherited progressive neurological disorder, often results in the degeneration of neurons in
October 31, 2014Aging astrocytes lose ability to protect motor neurons, reveal Cedars-Sinai ALS researchers
Lou Gehrig's disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, attacks muscle-controlling nerve cells – motor neurons – in
October 31, 2014Researchers describe novel gene mutations associated with Alzheimer disease
CHICAGO Three mutations in genes associated with Alzheimer disease (AD) are described by researchers in the November issue of The
October 31, 2014Alzheimer's Study
Amy talks to Dr. Rogers about a new Alzheimer's study that is showing promising results with methods already used by Performance Medicine.
October 31, 2014Ancient virus found preserved in frozen caribou dung
October 30, 20142014: A Tough Year For Biodiesel Producers
October 30, 2014Conference agenda set for Printed Electronics USA 2014
October 30, 2014Alzheimer’s scientist to keynote summit
Researcher Sid O'Bryant, Ph.D.

Last updated: Wednesday, September 05, 2012