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Dementia Rates Are Falling, Report Reveals 44 Percent Drop In Brain Disease
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Dementia Rates Are Falling, Report Reveals 44 Percent Drop In ...

Dementia rates are falling, according to a new report published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Using data obtained from the Framingham Heart Study, dementia rates have fallen by 44 percent since the late 1970's and early 1980's. Fox News ... Inquisitr, 23 hours ago
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People who are more educated could have lower risk of developing dementia

A research paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine has unveiled that improving levels of education and good cardiovascular health may help lessen the risk of developing dementia, which affects around 47.5 million people across the ...
 MyInforms1 day ago Person's level of education could be considered as a factor for dementia risk  MyInforms15 hours ago

BRIEF-Ablynx study of caplacizumab published by peer-reviewed journal

Feb 11 Ablynx NV : * New England Journal of Medicine publishes Ablynx's Phase II titan study of caplacizumab in patients with acquired TTP * Based on these results, Ablynx is on track to file for conditional approval of caplacizumab in ...
 Reuters UK1 day ago NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE PUBLISHES ABLYNX'S PHASE II TITAN STUDY OF CAPLACIZUMAB IN PATIENTS WITH ACQUIRED TTP  Wallstreet Online1 day ago The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Ablynx???s Phase II TITAN Study Of Caplacizumab In Patients With Acquired TTP  BioSpace1 day ago 11/02/2016 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE PUBLISHES ABLYNX'S PHASE II TITAN STUDY OF CAPLACIZUMAB IN PATIENTS WITH ACQUIRED TTP  Noodls1 day ago
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Two Surgeon Parents & Flexibility in Surgical Training: The New England Journal of Medicine Study

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Zika Virus Associated with Malformation in Newborn, Say Researchers

11 de febrero de 2016, 11:37Washington, Feb 11 (Prensa Latina) A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed in its latest report new potential links between Zika and the increasing malformations in newborn. The study is focused on ...
 Prensa Latina1 day ago We've Found the Most Compelling Evidence Yet That Links Zika to Birth Defects  Gizmodo1 day ago New Study Links Zika Virus to Microcephaly  MyInforms1 day ago
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Study: U.S. dementia rates appear to be declining

Dementia rates in the U.S. seem to be falling, suggests a new study. The research, published Feb. 10 in The New England Journal of Medicine, reports that since the 1970s, the country has seen an average 20 percent per decade decline in the disease. ...
 Examiner.com1 hour ago Age-Specific Dementia Rates Falling, While New Cases Rise  American Council On Science & Health19 hours ago Medical News Today: Dementia, Alzheimer's rates are falling, study suggests  Medical News Today1 day ago Risk of dementia is falling, researchers not sure why  Pharmacist.com10 hours ago
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Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism

Research Strengthens Link Between Zika, Birth Defects

A report in the New England Journal of Medicine presents new evidence strengthening the link between the Zika virus and an increase in certain birth defects. The report published Wednesday by a group of Slovenian researchers was accompanied by an ...
 VOA News1 day ago New evidence strengthens link between Zika and microcephaly  Ob.Gyn. News1 day ago Link between Zika virus and microcephaly strengthened  Harvard School of Public Health4 hours ago News Zika-microcephaly paper sparks data-sharing confusion  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism8 hours ago
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Rate Of Patients Having Dementia Steadily Decreasing

02:54 PM EST A recently published decades-long research featured in the New England Journal Medicine is raising hopes among those who think that lifestyle factors are strongly linked to the either delay or prevention of dementia as the risk ...
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Dexamethasone harmful for patients with HIV-associated cryptococcal meningitis

FROM THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE Adjunctive dexamethasone not only failed to decrease mortality, it actually induced more disability and adverse events than placebo in patients with HIV-associated cryptococcal meningitis, according to a ...
 PM 3602 days ago Does Dexamethasone Reduce Mortality in HIV-Linked Cryptococcal Meningitis?  Monthly Prescribing Reference6 hours ago Dexamethasone No Help in HIV-Linked Cryptococcal Meningitis  Doctors Lounge6 hours ago

Lysolipid antigens prominent in MGUS and myeloma

0 Flares 0 Flares × FROM NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE Clonal immunoglobulin reactive to lyso-glucosylceramide (LGL1), which is elevated in Gaucher disease, was found in patients with Gaucher disease as well as in one third of patients ...
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