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Researchers Find Herpes Viruses In Brains Marked By Alzheimer's Disease

Two common herpes viruses appear to play a role in Alzheimer's disease.<p>The viruses, best known for causing a distinctive skin rash in young children, are abundant in brain tissue from people with Alzheimer's, a team of scientists reports Thursday in <i>Neuron.</i> The team also found evidence that the …

Dementia

12 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Make You a Healthier Man

Artificial intelligence is medicine's future, but certain aspects are available now.<p>When Greg Corrado, Ph.D., an artificial intelligence researcher, took the stage at the TedMed Conference last year, he was frank.<p>"Doctors who partner with artificial intelligence as a decision-making aid will see …

Artificial Intelligence

Riddle solved behind 54 severed hands found in Siberian snow

Multiple theories have been swirling around the origin of a bag of severed hands found on an icy Siberian island. Russian investigators now believe …

Tesla's Solar Roof tiles are out... and OMG

We've been anticipating the release of Tesla's Solar Roof tiles, and the four sleek styles do not disappoint. Elon Musk shared pictures of the …

Bake Scrambled Eggs in Mason Jars for a Portable Breakfast All Week

Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance, the weekly column of simple, delicious meals for the laziest of weekdays. Sunday seems to be the day most of us …

The 10 things in advertising you need to know today

<b>1. Snap Inc is seeking to price its initial public offering at $14 to $16 per share.</b> The company is looking to list 200 million shares on the New York Stock Exchange and the IPO is expected to price on March 1.<p><b>2. The Trade Desk generated $1 billion in gross ad spend on its platform in 2016.</b> The …

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Stop cravings in their tracks by decoding what they really mean

The best snack for every craving<p>Ever find yourself rummaging through the fridge or kitchen cabinets for that delicious, satisfying <i>something</i>—except …

Nutrition

Paintings reveal early signs of cognitive decline, claims study

Psychologists believe they can identify progressive changes in work of artists who went on to develop Alzheimer’s disease<p>The first subtle hints of cognitive decline may reveal themselves in an artist’s brush strokes many years before dementia is diagnosed, researchers believe.<p>The controversial …

Alzheimer's Disease

Vesna Vulovic, stewardess who survived 33,000ft fall, dies

<b>Vesna Vulovic, an air stewardess who survived the highest ever fall by a human being after her plane broke up at 33,000ft (10,000m), has died aged 66.</b><p>State TV in Vulovic's home country of Serbia said she was found dead in her apartment in Belgrade. The cause of death was not immediately …

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Donald Trump on Nukes: 'Let It Be an Arms Race'

President-elect Donald Trump suggested Friday that he is willing to engage in "an arms race,” insisting that the United States will surpass its rivals and “outlast them all” in a push for global weapons dominance.<p>"Let it be an arms race. We will outmatch them at every pass and outlast them all,” …

Names of four new elements on periodic table presented for public review

International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry says names will pay tribute to Japan, Moscow, Tennessee and a Russian scientist<p>There will soon be four new names on the periodic table after scientists decided to use recently discovered elements to pay tribute to Japan, Moscow, Tennessee and a …

Chemistry

Kerohiro the Flag Bearer

You play as Kerohiro, a frog.<br>Instead of crossing rivers and busy roads, you wield flag.<p>Form you own team with squire, swordsman, archer, wizard and …

Zika: how can it be stopped?

If the spread of the Zika virus wasn't bad enough, scientists have found that prior exposure to the dengue virus can make Zika infections …

The Best of Your Shot: Eight Awesome Animal Photos

<i>Every day at National Geographic, our photo editors look through somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 images that are uploaded to our photo community, Your Shot. Of those images, 12 are selected to shine in what we call the Daily Dozen. And from those photos, only one is chosen. And by chosen, I mean</i> …

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5 Excellent Retirement Calculators (And All Are Free)

Confession time. I’m a pushover for online calculators. Actually, any type of gadget gets my attention (hold on while I check email on my Apple Watch). But there’s just something sublime about an online financial calculator that enables us to see our finances or investments in a unique and …

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Alzheimer's breakthrough: Scientists may have found potential cause of the disease in the behaviour of immune cells - giving new hope to millions

Scientists have broken new ground in the search for an Alzheimer’s cure, discovering a new potential cause of the disease, which it may be possible …

Is the Placebo Effect in Your DNA?

Some people feel better after dummy treatments, while others feel no difference unless the drugs are real. A new paper argues that the difference may come down to genetics.<p>The first real, physical proof of the placebo effect came in 1978. Running a study on patients who had recently had their …

Placebos

The Great Lakes freeze – in pictures

It isn’t just Niagara Falls, Boston Harbor and the Hudson and East Rivers in New York – as arctic air continues to hammer the US, the Great Lakes in the midwest of the country are more than 80% frozen over

The professor who 'cured' his cancer with a cocktail of everyday pills and 20 years on remains disease-free

Ben Williams' aggressive brain tumour was treated with conventional therapies - and with a mix of common drugs, including those for acne, insomnia and high blood pressure, as revealed in a new documentary. Could this approach work for others?<p>ONE day, some two decades ago, Ben Williams set out from …

Best Winter Trips 2015

There’s no reason to hibernate when new adventures await on every continent. From fat snow biking in the Tetons to rumbling across Aruba by Jeep, our editor’s list of 10 best winter trip destinations—plus a bonus “Reader’s Choice”—includes unexpected ideas for both snowbound and sun-splashed …

Apple just fired a shot at Google Apps and Microsoft Office

Apple has opened up a public beta that allows anyone, PC or Mac, to use the cloud version of its office productivity suite, iWork, free via a browser.<p>You'll need an Apple ID, and Apple is now allowing anyone to create one — no Apple device needed. Just point your browser to beta.icloud.com.<p>IWork …

Apps

15 Creative Long Exposures Capture a World Unseen

Firefly trails. Fireworks that look like balloons. These are just some of the long exposure photos we've seen over the years that opened us up to a whole new world. Today we're taking a look at 15 photos that took long exposure to a whole new level. These photos captured movement unseen by the …

Photography

Dakar Rally 2015: stages 8-13 – in pictures

All the best images – and there are some crackers – from the final six stages of this year’s Dakar Rally, as it winds its way across 5,600 miles through Argentina, Chile and Bolivia. The event is one of the most spectacular in world sport, with drivers and a variety of vehicles tackling an …

The 20 photographs of the week

Art and design,Culture,Charlie Hebdo attack,New York,Michael Brown shooting,Eric Garner,Syria,Barack Obama,David Cameron,Typhoon Haiyan,Mexico,Hong Kong,US sports,Haiti,François Hollande,Angela Merkel,Americas,Natural disasters and extreme weather,Asia Pacific,Middle East and North Africa<p>Climbers …

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