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Mental exercise unlikely to impact risk ofAlzheimer's', study

Mental exercise unlikely to impact risk ofAlzheimer's', studyA new research has suggested that mental exercises to keep brain active are not likely to impact the risks associated with the Alzheimer's disease.

Long-term survivors of traumatic brain injury may have increased Aß plaques

Long-term survivors of traumatic brain injury may have increased Aß plaquesAccording to a new study, the long-term survivors of traumatic brain injury have high number of amyloid-ß (Aß) plaques if they develop brain issues, which is a mark of Alzheimer's disease.

Bilingual children more capable at problem solving, study

Bilingual children more capable at problem solving, studyAccording to a new study by a team of researchers in Canada, bilingual children are better at problem solving than monolingual child

Social media to blame for sleep disturbances, study

Social media to blame for sleep disturbances, study

Teenagers, who spend a lot of time on social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, are likely to have sleep disturbances, according to a new study.

WA hospitals cannot face cuts, AMA

WA hospitals cannot face cuts, AMA

The Australian Medical Association's (AMA) state branch in Western Australia has said that the West Australian public hospitals are not in a position to face any cuts.

AMA in the state said that the poor performance by the public hospitals in the state shows that the sector is not ready to accept cuts. The latest annual public hospital report card from the association showed that there was no improvement in WA in the previous year as state's hospitals missed several targets.

Jose Almeida, Named as Baxter’s New CEO

Jose Almeida, Named as Baxter’s New CEOBaxter International, the U.S healthcare company based in Deerfield, Illinois named Jose Almeida, as its new Chairman and CEO with effect from January next

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