Tmz Liberia Magazine: Was Harry Greaves murdered? A forensic look at Body of Harry Greaves As the United Nation mission draws down in Liberia, the safety and security of individual citizens should be a cause of grave concern to law enforcement authorities. Over the last eight years, several eminent individuals in Liberia have either been murdered, or died under unusual circumstances. Given the sparse occurrences of these tragic incidences, most of the high-profile deaths in Liberia have gone unnoticed. Interestingly, these rare tragic passing occurred under the leadership of Africa’s first female president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
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24/7 Helpline The Alzheimer's Association 24/7 Helpline provides reliable information and support to all those who need assistance. Call us toll-free anytime day or night at 1.800.272.3900. Our 24/7 Helpline serves people with memory loss, caregivers, health care professionals and the public. Alzheimer's may be a collection of diseases that should be treated separately Deciphering the mechanism that underlies the development of Alzheimer's disease in certain families but not in others, researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Faculty of Medicine have proposed that the malady is actually a collection of diseases that probably should be treated with a variety of different approaches. Neurodegenerative diseases are incurable and debilitating conditions that result in degeneration or death of cells in the nervous system. Conditions such as prion disorders (the most famous of which is "Mad Cow Disease"), Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease share two key features: they emerge as a result of aberrant protein folding and aggregation, and their onset is late in life. These maladies emerge either sporadically or as familial, mutation-linked illnesses (certain prion disease can be also infectious). These finding raised the question of what mechanisms are negatively regulated by aging, allowing the emergence of neurodegeneration in the elderly.
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Poor sleep linked to toxic buildup of Alzheimer's protein, memory loss Sleep may be a missing piece in the Alzheimer’s disease puzzle. Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have found compelling evidence that poor sleep – particularly a deficit of the deep, restorative slumber needed to hit the save button on memories – is a channel through which the beta-amyloid protein believed to trigger Alzheimer’s disease attacks the brain’s long-term memory. “Our findings reveal a new pathway through which Alzheimer’s disease may cause memory decline later in life,” said UC Berkeley neuroscience professor Matthew Walker, senior author of the study to be published Monday, June , in the journal Nature Neuroscience. Excessive deposits of beta-amyloid are key suspects in the pathology of Alzheimer’s disease, a virulent form of dementia caused by the gradual death of brain cells.
TLC Africa Mrs. Jenneh Paye Dunbar The Paye, Dunbar, Boayue, Harris and McGill families announce the homegoing of their Sister and Mother Mrs. Jenneh Paye Dunbar, who left this world for her home in glory on Friday, April 15, 2016. She was preceeded in death by her parents, Mr. Yarkpahwolo Sam Paye and Mrs. About Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders (MIND) is the area’s leading provider of care for the full range of injuries and disorders of the brain, spine and nervous system. Our team of doctors are experts in their field, offering compassionate, comprehensive treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, movement disorders, epilepsy, headaches, migraines and spinal disorders, along with all other neurological conditions, ranging from the common to rare. The largest private neurological practice in Michigan, MIND is a multi-specialty, comprehensive service center that functions as a one-stop shop for patients to be seen, get diagnosed, establish a short- and/or long-term plan and in some cases, receive treatment, all within the same day.
Magnesium ions show promise in slowing progression of Alzheimer's disease in mice New research published in the December 2015 issue of The FASEB Journal, shows that in mouse models of the disease oral administration of magnesium-L-threonate (MgT) alleviated cognitive decline by suppressing the Aβ deposition in amyloid plaques in an APH-1α/1β-dependent manner. Although questions still remain about how MgT permeates the blood-brain barrier, the work suggests that scientists may have found the key to a new series of Alzheimer's disease treatments. Specifically, they show that magnesium ions target pharynx defective (APH)-APH-1α/1β-suppressing the A? deposition in amyloid plaques in an anterior pharynx defective (APH)-APH-1α/1β-dependent manner. "We hope that our findings will help improve clinical practice pertinent to the optimal administration of Mg2+ for delaying or even preventing the onset of AD," said Pu Wang, Ph.D., a researcher involved in the work from the Department of Life Science and Health at Shenyang, Liaoning, China.
TLC Africa Jeremiah F. Wilson Sunrise: June 12, 1937 / Sunset: April 14, 2016 Dr. Rhonna Shatz: Building a New Approach to Brain Health Rhonna Shatz, DO, right, with Jennifer Molano, MD, both of the UC Memory Disorders Center, at a community event. Photo by Cindy Starr. Toolbox in hand, Rhonna Shatz, DO, has arrived as the new Medical Director and the Sandy and Bob Heimann Chair in Research and Education of Alzheimer’s Disease at the UC Memory Disorders Center.