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Memory loss is normal, yet aging populations are increasingly concerned with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. We provide research and a free chapter on "patient zero" or the first case of Alzheimer's disease, to dispel some of these fears.
Memory loss is normal for aging populations. Yet as research focuses more on early-onset Alzheimer's, many are growing concerned that they are affected.
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Social media is a great avenue to share and disseminate information. Unfortunately it is also a great way to spread misinformation - especially about science.
Social media is a great avenue to share and disseminate information. Unfortunately it is also a great way to spread misinformation - especially about science.
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First time authors, Caroline and Komang, explain their strategy for balancing the writing process with all the other obligations in their professional lives.
First time authors, Caroline and Komang, explain their strategy for balancing the writing process with all the other obligations in their professional lives.
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More than half the female sex workers in South Africa’s three largest cities are HIV positive – but less than one-third are on antiretroviral treatment.
More than half the female sex workers in South Africa’s three largest cities are HIV positive – but less than one-third are on antiretroviral treatment.
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Here is a representative selection, in ascending order, of five truly deadly poisons, all at least a hundred times more toxic than cyanide or arsenic.
Here is a representative selection, in ascending order, of five truly deadly poisons, all at least a hundred times more toxic than cyanide or arsenic.
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Sixteen authors presented at the festival, among whom was David W. Rose, author of Friends and Partners: The Legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Basil O’Connor in the History of Polio, released by Elsevier in March 2016. 
David’s talk explored the paradox of the public perception of FDR as “the cured cripple” (a term often considered offensive today).
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In this interview, we sit down with Jack James, author of "The Health of Populations: Beyond Medicine" to learn more about his work, research and book.
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Publishing late this year, Hormones, Brain and Behavior, 3rd Edition will be the leading comprehensive work in hormonally-mediated behaviors. 
Publishing December 2016, Hormones, Brain and Behavior, 3rd Edition will be the leading comprehensive work in hormonally-mediated behaviors.
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Now, scientists are turning to new tools, including computer simulation and 3D printing, to develop faster, safer ways to treat heart disease.
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If We Don’t Own Our Genes, What Protects Study Subjects in Genetic Research? http://bit.ly/2aFn6Hn 
As scholars with expertise in research ethics, informed consent and health law, we’re conducting research to clarify how different laws apply to information used for genomic research.
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Unless drinking water and sanitation infrastructure are improved, cholera could remain in Haiti indefinitely, an unwelcome development for the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.
Unless drinking water and sanitation infrastructure are improved, cholera could remain in Haiti indefinitely.
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Memory loss is normal, yet aging populations are increasingly concerned with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. We provide research and a free chapter on "patient zero" or the first case of Alzheimer's disease, to dispel some of these fears.
Memory loss is normal for aging populations. Yet as research focuses more on early-onset Alzheimer's, many are growing concerned that they are affected.
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The disciplines of Biochemistry & Biomedical Research impact the lives of millions of people every day. Research in these areas has led to practical applications in cardiology, cancer treatment, respiratory medicine, drug development, and more. Interdisciplinary fields of study, including neuroscience, chemical engineering, nanotechnology, and psychology come together in this research to yield significant new discoveries. Elsevier’s Biochemistry & Biomedical Research content spans a wide range of subject matter in various forms, including journals, books, eBooks, and online information services, enabling students, researchers, and clinicians to advance these fields.