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New research targets <strong>treatment</strong> for <strong>dementia</strong>

New research targets treatment for dementia

30 Sep 2011

People suffering from dementia can heave a sigh of relief as neuroscientists in Australia have discovered a fundamental component of the process that regulates memory formation. Neuroscientists at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) of The University of Queensland discovered the component in the hippocampus – a part of the brain commonly associated with memory function.

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Common anxiety drug ups <strong>dementia</strong> risk

Common anxiety drug ups dementia risk

28 Sep 2012

A medicine widely used by people over-65s to combat anxiety and insomnia increases the risk of dementia by 50 per cent within 15 years, researchers have found. Benzodiazepines are widely used in many countries, and it is prescribed to 30 percent of pensioners in France, a daily reported.

Dementia,   Anxiety drugs,   Anxious,   Drugs for anxiety,   Treatment for dementia,  
How genes decide recovery from alcoholism

How genes decide recovery from alcoholism

05 Nov 2014

Washington: US researchers have identified genetic markers that may help in identifying individuals who could benefit from the alcoholism treatment drug Acamprosate. Patients carrying these genetic variants have longer periods of abstinence during the first three months of Acamprosate treatment, showed the study.

gene,   alcohol,   genetic marker,   alcoholism treatment,   alcohol,   alcohol-dependent,  
State goverments should bear cancer <strong>treatment</strong> cost for poor: Qureshi

State goverments should bear cancer treatment cost for poor: Qureshi

18 Oct 2014

Dehradun: Calling for concerted efforts to check incidence of cancer, Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi has said governments should bear the expenses for treatment of poor affected by the dreaded disease.

Cancer patient,   Uttrakhand Governor,   Aziz Qureshi,   Cancer patient,   Cancer treatment,   Uttrakhand CM,   Harish Rawat ,  
Aggressive <strong>treatment</strong> may not kill resistant pathogens

Aggressive treatment may not kill resistant pathogens

04 Oct 2014

Washington: A study has questioned the accepted wisdom that aggressive treatment with high-drug dosages over long duration is the best way to stem the emergence and spread of resistant pathogens.

Aggressive treatment,   pathogens,   high-drug dosage,   microbes,   parasites,  
Unravelling dynamic changes in brain while going to sleep

Unravelling dynamic changes in brain while going to sleep

21 Nov 2014

New York: Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.

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Experts look for effective <strong>treatment</strong> for brain tumour

Experts look for effective treatment for brain tumour

02 Oct 2014

Washington: Researchers are looking at novel therapeutic strategies for the treatment of GBM, a lethal primary brain tumour, in the form of targeted therapies against a unique receptor, the interleukin-13 receptor a chain variant 2 (IL13Ra2).

brain tumour,   therapeutic strategies,   GBM,   Glioblastoma multiforme,   primary brain tumour,   Brain Tumor Lab,   brain tissue,  
Simple test to detect Alzheimer's risk

Simple test to detect Alzheimer's risk

22 Sep 2014

Toronto: A simple test that combines thinking and movement, in people, can help detect heightened risk of developing Alzheimer's disease even before there are any telltale behavioural signs of dementia, a study shows.

Alzheimer's risk,   Alzheimer,   dementia,   mild cognitive impairment,   MCI,   Alzheimer's Disease,  
Indian-Americans give rock star <strong>treatment</strong> to Modi

Indian-Americans give rock star treatment to Modi

29 Sep 2014

New York: Indian-Americans from across the nation gave a "rock star" treatment to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the prestigious Madison Square Garden in the Big Apple, where nearly 20,000 strong gathering of Indian Diaspora welcomed the Indian leader.

Indian-Americans,   rock star treatment,   PM Modi,   invites diaspora,   Make in India,   clean Ganga,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,   US,   US president,   Barack Obama,  
A new drug to treat a common liver disease

A new drug to treat a common liver disease

08 Nov 2014

New York: An experimental drug aimed at treating a common liver disease came up with promising results at a clinical trial in the US.

new drug,   liver disease,   liver fat,   liver problem,   medicine,   treatment of liver problems,   NASH,   OCA pill,   cholesterol,  

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