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Overweight individuals may have poor memory, study

Overweight individuals may have poor memory, studyAccording to a new healthcare study, overweight young adults may have poorer memory compared to others in the same age group who are within prescribed weight limit.

Ebola survivors may suffer from brain health problems

Ebola survivors may suffer from brain health problemsA new healthcare study has said that the survivors of the deadly Ebola virus may suffer from some kind of long-term brain health problems.

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.

Study finds link between hearing loss and dementia

Study finds link between hearing loss and dementia

According to a new study, hearing loss might be linked to the risks of developing dementia as it undermines working memory by making it harder to think.

Scientists might be able to detect tumour DNA through body liquid

Scientists might be able to detect tumour DNA through body liquid

Scientists have said that it might be possible to detect tumour DNA in bodily fluids through a quick liquid biopsy.

David Wong, a professor of oncology at the University of California, Los Angeles said that the test looks for genetic mutations in blood plasma that are linked to a tumour. Experts said that the test is 100 per cent accurate and is fairly simple to conduct. He said that the test can be conducted at a pharmacy or a dental clinic or by someone on his own.

E-cigarette vapour can damage babies' brain development

E-cigarette vapour can damage babies' brain development

According to a new study, the vapour from to e-cigarettes can cause damage to unborn babies' brain development.

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