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Neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease can be slowed by inhibition of Bach1 protein

Researchers have found that the suppression of Bach1 protein, a known transcriptional repressor of the Nrf2 pathway, slows the deterioration of neurons in Parkinson’s diseased brains. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is

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University of Cambridge researchers find Alzheimer’s disease progresses much differently than previously thought

According to the new study, the replication of aggregates in distinct areas of the brain, rather than the dissemination of aggregates, is the mechanism that controls the rate of advancement

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Elevated biomarkers for neurodegeneration found in astronauts returning from space travel

A new study, which assessed five Russian cosmonauts who had stayed on the International Space Station (ISS), found that the astronauts presented significantly elevated levels of biomarkers for brain degeneration.

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Significant association found between e-cigarette use and eating disorders in young adult populations

The study found that there were statistically significant differences between the vaping and non-vaping groups for all categories, including for participants who were at an elevated risk for an eating

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Physical exercise associated with lower long-term incidence of anxiety

Over the course of a multidecade longitudinal study, the researchers discovered that exercise reduces the risk of incurring future anxiety disorders by 62%. In a recently published study, a Swedish

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New Dementia biomarkers found in blood could open doors to new therapies for Alzheimer’s disease

A new study claims to have discovered 33 metabolites that are linked with dementia. The finding may provide the foundation for a possible future cure for this disease currently afflicting