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Neural 'Poisonous Flowers' Could Be The Source of Alzheimer's Plaque, Says Study

Neural ‘Poisonous Flowers’ Could Be The Source of Alzheimer’s Plaque, Says Study

Alzheimer’s disease has long thwarted our best efforts to pinpoint its underlying causes. Now, a new study in mice suggests that ‘poisonous flowers’ bulging with cellular debris could be the root source of one hallmark of the wretched disease and a beautifully sinister sign of a failing waste disposal system inside damaged brain cells.   …

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The small study suggested women looking to reduce fat would benefit most by exercising in the morning (file photo)

Women should exercise in the morning and men at night, study suggests

Why women should exercise in the morning – and men at night: Females can burn fat better in early hours while males benefit from working out in evenings, study suggests A small study has found men could get more benefits exercising in the evening Both morning and evening exercise provided ‘significant’ benefits to women It …

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People who drink coffee every day are less likely to die early than non-coffee drinkers, research suggests

People who drink coffee every day are less likely to die early than non-coffee drinkers, research suggests

More evidence suggests drinking coffee can help reduce health risks and extend your life.  Researchers found coffee drinkers were less likely to die of cancer and heart disease in a seven-year study.  People who drank slightly sweetened coffee lived longer, too, so adding sugar may not be unhealthy.  Loading Something is loading. Your daily coffee …

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