New Findings In Alzheimer’s Disease In Science Daily

ScienceDaily features breaking news about the latest discoveries in science, health, the environment, technology, and more – from major news services and leading universities, scientific journals, and research organizations. But a preliminary study, published in the March issue of the International Journal of Workplace Health Management, found that dogs in the workplace may buffer the impact of stress during the workday for their owners and make the job more satisfying for those with whom they come into daily

New restrictions on US seafood imports, which will require seafood to be harvested in accordance with the US Marine Mammal Protection Act, will likely offer significant marine conservation benefits on a global scale. A genetic change in the protein eEF2K creates resistance to epileptic attacks, thereby creating the possibility of a new treatment for the disease, show the surprising results of a new study. Brain connections that play a key role in complex thinking skills show the poorest health with advancing age, new research suggests. Today, to take a break after our quiz, we watched a video: Bill Nye the Science Guy – Earth’s Seasons.

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In a population-based Canadian study of children with epilepsy, each of whom had access to universal health care, those from poor families had the same medical course and remission rate as their wealthier counterparts, but they had a less favorable social outcome as adults.

Finally, increased support for environmental regulation generally predicted increased trust in all sources except science television and websites. In a recent analysis, people with epilepsy were seven-fold more likely to have reported experiencing discrimination due to health problems than the general population. The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development is one of several NIH partners participating in the effort.