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The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has released its latest Living Planet Report, an assessment of the health of our planet, and paints a rather grim picture of the damage caused by humanity's growing footprint on Earth... Continue Reading WWF report reveals a 60% decline in wildlife populations since 1970 Category: Environment Tags: Animals Biodiversity Wildlife
One of the biggest challenges facing Alzheimer's and dementia researchers today is finding a way to clearly identify patients suffering from the very earliest stages of cognitive decline. New research is suggesting that artificial intelligence could be the key to accurately predicting those patients most at risk of developing Alzheimer's... Continue Reading The AI solution for diagnosing e
The race is currently on to develop an effective and simple diagnostic tool to help identify patients suffering from mild cognitive impairment (MCI). A new study is suggesting that a simple at-home test, administered through a laptop or smartphone, could accurately diagnose cases of MCI, allowing for early interventions to help prevent further cognitive decline... Continue Reading Simple a
the series features empty, derelict buildings shot across europe that were once sites for the production of clothing, electricity and coal. The post james kerwin captures europe’s industrial decline in ‘apparatus’ photo series appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Finnish mobile game studio Supercell said today it earned $810 million in profit and $2 billion in revenue for fiscal 2017. ...
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a technique where wires are implanted into specific areas of the brain to deliver very mild electrical stimulation. Colloquially referred to as a "brain pacemaker," DBS is currently being investigated as treatment for a variety of conditions, from Parkinson's disease to depression. A new study from Ohio State University is now suggesting the technique could be
According to a new study conducted by Chicago's Rush University Medical Center, just one serving of leafy green vegetables per day could help preserve memory and thinking skills as we get older. In fact, following such a diet may slow brain aging by up to 11 years...Continue Reading Cognitive decline may be slowed by leafy greensCategory: Health & WellbeingTags: Aging Brain


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