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WHAT IS DEMENTIA?

Dementia is the general term for a group of brain disorders that causes memory problems and raises it hard to think clearly. WHAT SYMPTOMS DOES DEMENTIA CAUSE? The symptoms of dementia often start off very mild and get worse slowly. Symptoms can include: As dementia gets worst, people might: • Have episodes of anger and

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Difference between

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PANDEMIC, AN EPIDEMIC, ENDEMIC, AND AN OUTBREAK?

What’s the difference between a pandemic, an epidemic, endemic, and an outbreak? Not all infectious disease terms are created equal, though often they’re mistakenly used interchangeably. The distinction between the words “pandemic,” “epidemic,” and “endemic” is regularly blurred, even by medical experts. This is because the definition of each term is fluid and changes as

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Albert Einstein Quotes

40 BEAUTIFUL ALBERT EINSTEIN QUOTES ON GOD, LIFE, KNOWLEDGE AND IMAGINATION

40 Beautiful Albert Einstein Quotes on God, Life, Knowledge and Imagination Albert Einstein [ wikipedia ] is a German born theoretical physicist, better known for his e=mc2 formula, nuclear energy and iq. During the war, Albert Einstein was a supporter of nuclear bombs, this is because he fears Nazi Germany will be the first country to

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Omnicron

KILLER’ IMMUNE CELLS STILL RECOGNIZE OMICRON VARIANT

‘Killer’ immune cells still recognize Omicron variant Amid concerns over lost antibody defences, some researchers argue that more attention should be paid to T cells. When immunologists Wendy Burgers and Catherine Riou heard about the Omicron coronavirus variant last November, they knew they would need to find the answers to some important questions. Omicron’s genome is

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Short Sleep Gene

AFTER 10-YEAR SEARCH, SCIENTISTS FIND SECOND ‘SHORT SLEEP’ GENE

After 10-Year Search, Scientists Find Second ‘Short Sleep’ Gene fter a decade of searching, the UC San Francisco scientists who identified the only human gene known to promote “natural short sleep” – lifelong, nightly sleep that lasts just four to six hours yet leaves individuals feeling fully rested – have discovered a second. “Before we

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