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28 Nov Can Malaria weaken cancer?

Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are drugs that are used to treat malaria, but a new review suggests that they may have another purpose: treating cancer. Two antimalarial medications could also help to treat cancer, a new review suggests. The research — which reviewed more than 190 studies investigating...

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04 Nov Well, they tried

It's a bold claim: the brain regrows vital neuronal connections after a person in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease sips a daily nutrient drink. Cognitive decline slows down. But that's not what the latest study found. More than 5 million people are affected by Alzheimer's...

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28 Oct This is ready to go, right now

Researchers have developed a new type of nanoparticle that allows itself to be heated up to a temperature that kills cancer cells, but not so high as to harm healthy tissue. In a report about the breakthrough recently published in the journal Nanoscale, researchers from the...

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28 Oct 2 Ways to boost your memory

Memory loss is one of the primary degenerative effects of age. Here are two ways to reverse it. 1) Get physically active If you want your memory to stay sharp, it is important to keep active. Exercise increases oxygen levels in your brain, reduces your risk of...

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