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  • Abnormal Enzyme SOD1 Increases Amyloid Precursor Protein Activity in ALS

    Abnormal Enzyme SOD1 Increases Amyloid Precursor Protein Activity in ALS

    Israeli researchers may have found that a protein related to Alzheimer’s disease can also run amuck in amylotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The report, titled “Mutant SOD1 Increases APP Expression and Phosphorylation in Cellular and Animal Models of ALS” appeared November 24th in PLoS One. In ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease), nerve cells that control […]

  • In ALS and Neurodegenerative Diseases, Synapses Ability to Cleanse Is Key

    In ALS and Neurodegenerative Diseases, Synapses Ability to Cleanse Is Key

    Detailed new insights into communication between neurons and how those interactions are affected by damage to synapses (junction points among neurons), leading to neurodegenerative diseases like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), are revealed in a new study entitled “Hsc70-4 Deforms Membranes to Promote Synaptic Protein Turnover by Endosomal Microautophagy,” published in the journal Neuron. Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, ALS and […]

  • Healthy Diet Which Are Full Of Healthy Fat

    Healthy Diet Which Are Full Of Healthy Fat

    Both of us want to keep fit,but don’t forget,has a healthy body is more important than the thin body.Every day we should eat some recipes which are full of healthy fat.Now, let me tell you some foods can make you more heathier. Avocado Eat it on your sandwich, or serve it up in guacamole. Tasty […]

  • New Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Biomarker Identified in Study

    New Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Biomarker Identified in Study

    Researchers have discovered a potential new biomarker for amyotropic lateral sclerosis (ALS) — microRNA-206 — from studies using an experimental mouse model and the blood serum of 12 people with ALS. The report describing their research, titled “MicroRNA-206: A Potential Circulating Biomarker Candidate for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis,” appeared in the journal PLOSone. ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s […]

  • 5 Tips Can Reduce The Possibility Of Cold& Flu

    5 Tips Can Reduce The Possibility Of Cold& Flu

    You know,in such a cold winter day,people would easier affect. Althought cold& flu is a common problems.So we should learn to keep the bateria far away. Now let me tell you 5 conditions you should know. Stock up on pens Cold and flu germs are easily passed through hand-to-hand contact, says Schachter, so any way […]

  • Top 5 Healthy Liftstyle About Skin Care

    Top 5 Healthy Liftstyle About Skin Care

    Along with the increase of age, body problems are fully show on your face.To Be a beautiful women,everyone can develop some good habits to improve skin.Here are 5 tips tell you how to protect your skin. Pour on the Protection To ensure she layers on enough sunscreen , Garland, TX-based dermatologist Lisa Garner, MD, president […]

  • Stuart Millheiser: The ALS Guardian Angel for the Holidays and Everyday

    The ALS Guardian Angels Foundation, a 501(C)(3) charity founded in 2007 by retired drug company executive Stuart Millheiser, 63, of Orange County, California, knows that most ALS related organizations are dedicated to finding a cure for the devastating neurodegenerative disease. However, until such a cure is found, he also know that ALS patients need help living. […]

  • In ALS, Sensory Neurons Found to Be Affected Early

    In ALS, Sensory Neurons Found to Be Affected Early

    In a recent study published in the Journal of Comparative Neurology, researchers found that the same sensory neurons that keep a person from dropping a glass of water are implicated in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and because these  neurons are easier to study in the laboratory than motor neurons, they may help advance new therapies for the disease. ALS is […]

  • Most HIV Patients Refuse To Test Come From Their Fear

    Most HIV Patients Refuse To Test Come From Their Fear

    Scientists have posted the largest global review of  HIV testing barrier and the factors that may influence people’s decision to be tested. The findings found that HIV injected person don’t want to recive the HIV test because of fear,so they don’t know they have injected.More than half of the 35 million people infected with HIV have not been […]

  • Active Treatments To Cure For Chronic Acne

    Active Treatments To Cure For Chronic Acne

    Acne is a common skin disorder. It often happens in youth.Your skin has tiny holes called pores that that can become blocked by oil, bacteria, and dirt.  If your skin is repeatedly affected by this condition, you may have acne. There are a number of over-the- counter acne medications that may be helpful. Most of […]

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