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Some gut bacteria may protect against Parkinsons disease

A team of University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers has discovered in the intestines of mice that several strains of another bacterial strain may protect against Parkinsons disease. The work builds on earlier work by the team led by lead author Rebecca Wilson Ph. D. assistant professor with the UAB Department of Pathology; Judy Martinson Ph. D. assistant professor with…

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Study: Neural activity in the lung supports spatial memory levels

The entire human brain is composed of neurons. To perform in a more natural and efficient manner we have always built models that originated from neurons. Now a team of researchers from The University of Tokyo Inserm and Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health have succeeded in combining this high-dimensional modeling and clinical measurement approaches. The team headed…

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Lab Science to Raise 30000 for Global Response to Outbreak

Jacksonville Fla. – With hopes of boosting the number of people affected by the coronavirus outbreak in the coming weeks Lab Science an organization (LSC) announced today they will host a fundraising walk from the Jacksonville Penitentiary to raise capital for the International Committee of Medical Warning that alerts on a daily basis to about 3000 partners. LSC will host…

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ninth person dies of alcohol-induced liver damage infection

The death toll of a nine-year-old boy infected with a blood-borne alcohol-related illness has risen by one person to 59 health authorities said on Saturday. The boy first developed acute drinking problems after top brands of vodka damaged his carotid artery a major artery carrying oxygen-rich blood around the body during a road trip last month the provincial government said.

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Young children prefer sibling bonds than family ones

Young children prefer sibling bonds in their neighborhood and strongly react when they see that their home is shared with another child who happens to be related to them according to a new study conducted by sociology and geography researchers at the University of Georgia. The results published in the journal Child Development challenge previous models of early child and…

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