A team of researchers set out to determine if Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) could prevent Alzheimer’s Dementia in women carrying the APOE4 gene.
New research indicates that doctors may treat male and female patients differently when it comes to preventing heart disease.
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Imagine this: college students lined up along rows of small computer screens, with audiovisual stimuli streaming at the precise oscillations to increase theta brain waves
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