Cambridge Diet

24 Apr 19

[ad_1] Research into treatments for Alzheimer’s disease has hit dead end after dead end in recent years, suggesting we might need to rethink some of our most basic assumptions on this common form of dementia.    Most focus has been on a build-up of proteins as if it’s directly responsible for the gradual loss of […]

24 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Research on treatments for Alzheimer's has reached a dead end in recent years, suggesting that we need to rethink some of our most basic assumptions about this common form of dementia. The main focus was on building proteins as if they were directly responsible for the gradual loss of brain function. A recent study in […]

24 Apr 19
Archy news nety

In recent years, research into treatments for Alzheimer's has hit the dead area since the end of death, suggesting that it may be necessary to reconsider some of our basic hypotheses about this common form of dementia. Most of the attention has focused on an accumulation of protein as if it were directly responsible for […]

23 Apr 19
Archaeology Postdocs at Cambridge University

What is the first word that comes to your mind when you think of Cambridge and why? Blue. Specifically, Cambridge Blue because it makes me think about my time rowing for Cambridge and about all of the spectacular opportunities that I have had throughout my time here. Can you tell us a little about you, […]

23 Apr 19
International Studies, College of Education, Health and Aviation at OSU

New Cohort In anticipation of a new international cohort in Literacy (Ph.D. in Education, with a focus on Language, Literacy & Culture), a group of faculty members from the School of Teaching, Learning, and Educational Sciences (STLES) traveled to Belize over spring break. Dr. Joe Terantino, Foreign Languages, had this to share. Belize and the […]

23 Apr 19
My Corner of Suffolk

The Cobbolds were the singular most influential family in Ipswich’s long and varied history. They were infamous as brewers, giving us Cobbold Ales and latterly being half of Suffolk’s all-conquering Tolly Cobbold. But there was so much more to the great Cobbold Dynasty. Farmers, bankers, shipping magnates, writers, artists, patrons and benefactors. They gave Christchurch […]

23 Apr 19

It’s official! We have booked a wedding date! Technically, our engagement was months ago, but we have had some bumps along our journey that some blended families tend to run into that paused our wedding planning.  Now here we go! I am not only becoming a wife to the best man that I know, but […]

21 Apr 19
The Australian

A couple is trying for their first baby. She is maximising her ­chances — taking multivitamins, cutting down on junk food and ceasing all alcohol.