Useful information on separating the scary from the ordinary. (I have also read, but don't have a link readily available, that trouble remembering proper nouns is quite common and not a sign of a serious problem.)
Obviously, one man does not a cure make, but this still sounds quite promising.
Other seriously ill men taking part in the same trial showed responses that astounded scientists, with tumours shrinking and the progress of their disease halted.
It's not magic, folks. (It's good to be rich.)
Yet another reason to get enough D.
"Why sense of SMELL is the biggest tell-tale factor for Alzheimer's - and could be spotted 10 YEARS before memory loss symptoms"
If this holds up, it could be useful information for many people.
So-called liquid biopsies: bring them on!
One very small study, but if the results hold up, it could be good news for big holiday eaters.
Is it just me, or is almost everything we supposedly knew about health up for grabs?
Link courtesy of The Big Henry.
I wasn't really worried about this, but since I do drink bottled water, I was glad to see it.