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Study finds that losing a night of sleep may increase Alzheimer’s biomarker

Thursday 16th January 2020

A preliminary study has revealed that when deprived of one night of sleep, young, healthy men had higher levels of tau in their blood. Tau is a biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease. Tau is a protein […]

Medical detection dogs: how they could save our lives in a sniff

Tuesday 14th January 2020

There are around 83.3 million owned dogs in the United States alone, and in recent years, organisations the world over have begun training dogs to detect medical conditions in humans. UK charity Medical Detection Dogs […]

Thinking of Australia

Wednesday 08th January 2020

The devastation happening in Australia right now is absolutely beyond comprehension. An area the size of Belgium has been burnt to the ground. A third of Kangaroo Island is gone. Over ONE BILLION animals are […]

Research shows music aids memory performance in older adults and patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Friday 03rd January 2020

For this year’s World Alzheimers Day, Dr. Deason from Texas State University, reflected on how aging and disease affects the human mind, particularly in older adults. Who: Dr. Rebecca Deason, Associate Professor of Psychology at […]

Season’s Greetings!

Tuesday 24th December 2019

Just a quick message to wish you all a very happy holiday season. I hope this time of year is joyful and restful for you, and I hope to see you all in the new […]