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Low-protein, high-carb diet may help ward off dementia - The Guardian
A new study that found a low-protein, high-carbohydrate diet led to improved brain health in mice has sparked hopes carbohydrates could help ward off dementia. Researchers at Sydney University's Charles Perkins Centre fed the mice complex ...
Science says a low-protein high-carb diet could be the key to a long, mentally fit life
How a high-carb diet could prevent dementia
Can A High-Carb Diet Keep Dementia At Bay?
Shellfish and fish warning in Perth - Courier Mail
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People are being warned to avoid eating fish or shellfish from Mindarie Marina in Perth after testing confirmed highly elevated levels of potentially toxic microscopic algae. The algae could produce paralytic shellfish poisoning, WA Health acting ...
Health warning over Mindarie Marina shellfish after high levels of toxic algae found
Fishers warned not to eat crabs, fish and shellfish from Mindarie Marina
Health Department issues warning for fish, crabs, shellfish collected from Mindarie Marina
Promising DNA vaccine for Alzheimer's moves closer to human trials - New Atlas
Researchers may be one step closer to finding the holy grail of potential Alzheimer's treatments â a single-dose vaccine that prevents the onset of the disease. A new study from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has revealed a novel ...
New information on the pathological mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease
Researchers discover new information on pathological mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease
Alzheimers vaccine could soon be tested
'Cultural revolution' as humpback whales change their songs - SBS
Research has shown that male humpback whale populations undergo a "cultural revolution" every few years when they change their song anthem. Updated Updated 5 hours ago. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. Populations of male humpback ...
Humpback whales change their songs
Research suggests groups of humpback whales sing same song at one time â and only stop when it gets too complicated
Whale songs 'complex' and 'revolutionary'
Smokers at greater risk of schizophrenia and psychotic disorders - News-Medical.net
A team of researchers from University of Queensland have found that tobacco use is associated with an increased risk of psychotic disorders including schizophrenia. The study titled âEvidence of a Causal Relationship Between Smoking Tobacco and ...
Smokers at greater risk of developing schizophrenia
'Scandal': NSW coal power plants will kill thousands before they close - The Advocate
Air pollution from NSW's five coal-fired power stations carry a "substantial health burden", including leading to an estimated 279 deaths a year with thousands more to come before they close, a new study has found. Ben Ewald, a GP and public health ...
Health warnings after massive dust storms sweep through Riverina - Daily Advertiser
The One Tree Hotel, located halfway between Hay and Booligal, cuts a stark figure against a dust storm backdrop. Picture: Zac Tarsoly. Dust storms sweeping the state have prompted health authorities to issue a warning. NSW Health's director of ...
Celebrating surviving 50 years with muscular dystrophy - ABC News
Andrew Taylor wasn't expected to live beyond his teens. "I guess the prognosis wasn't so good," he told 7.30. But now, more than 40 years since he was diagnosed with a severe form of muscular dystrophy, he has turned 50. It's a milestone for anyone ...
Fish may hold the key to repairing damaged hearts in humans - The Irish News
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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 ...
MDMA could help gain trust but does not make one naive find researchers - News-Medical.net
MDMA or ecstasy pills can help individuals trust more and cooperate say a team of researchers who are looking at its properties that could help treat psychological disorders. The study was published this week in the latest issue of the Journal of ...
MDMA drug makes humans more likely to cooperate, finds study
MDMA drug makes you nicer, but not naive: Study
MDMA: How Does it Form Link Between Cooperation And Trust?