Left and right-brain age differently, linked to Alzheimer’s disease

Parts of the brain decline faster from age 30,researchers at the University of Oslo find. These brain changes are accelerated in people with Alzheimer’s disease. These new findings, published in Nature Communications, shed new light on our understanding of how the brain ages, and demonstrate a possible link between healthy aging and Alzheimer’s disease. Cortical […]

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Neuromuscular training improves the rehabilitation of patients who suffer a heart attack

Ten lecturers from the Degrees in Physical Therapy, Nursery and Medicine of the CEU Cardenal Herrera University (CEU UCH) of Valencia have assessed in a clinical trial the efficiency of an innovative cardiac rehabilitation program for patients who have suffered an acute coronary syndrome, such as a heart attack or an angina. This program, which […]

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Hit by shortage, Volkswagen demands boost to Europe chip sector

Europe needs to stump up cash to boost its chip industry, a board member of the continent’s largest carmaker Volkswagen said, pointing to a global semiconductor shortage that has highlighted dependence on foreign players. “We won’t produce chips ourselves,” Markus Duesmann, Volkswagen’s board member in charge of research & development and head of luxury unit […]

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Wombats Hailed as Heroes for Digging Down Under, Revealing Water Well During Drought

In New South Wales, local wombats are helping dozens of other species find water as the country sizzles under severe drought. The cuddly-looking animals invaded Ted Finnie’s beef farm and began tunneling underground to a hidden water source, local news reports. According to ABC Australia, the farm sits 19 miles (30 kilometers) down the Hunter […]

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