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Lifelong exposure to air pollution linked to higher risk of Alzheimer’s

Lifelong exposure to air pollution linked to higher risk of Alzheimer’s  Inquirer.net Young People in Polluted Cities at Greater Risk for Alzheimer’s  EcoWatch Even Brief Increases In Exposure To PM2.5 Air Pollution Are Associated With Rise In Lung Infections Amongst Children  CleanTechnica Full coverage Short-term Air Pollution Exposure Tied to Respiratory Infections Short-term …

Short-term Air Pollution Exposure Tied to Respiratory Infections

Short-term Air Pollution Exposure Tied to Respiratory Infections  Medscape Minimal air pollution can trigger lung conditions in kids  UPI.com Tiny Airborne Particles Can Lead to Respiratory Issues in Children  R & D Magazine Full coverage

Sitting Too Much Linked To Memory Problems And Higher Dementia Risk

Sitting Too Much Linked To Memory Problems And Higher Dementia Risk  Tech Times Neuroscience: Sitting at Your Desk All Day May Raise Your Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia  Inc.com Too much sitting may thin the part of your brain that’s important for memory, study suggests  Los Angeles Times Sitting is bad for your …

Lack of sleep may be linked to risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease

Lack of sleep may be linked to risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease  Science Daily Experimental Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease – Treatments That Target Beta-Amyloid Protein  Alzheimer’s News Today Alzheimer plaque affects different brain cells differently  Brinkwire (press release) Full coverage

Lack of Sleep May Be Linked to Beta-Amyloid Increase—A Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease

Lack of Sleep May Be Linked to Beta-Amyloid Increase—A Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s Disease  Sleep Review Even One Night of Poor Sleep Can Hurt Your Health  Bel Marra Health Sleep Less Might Cause the brain related to Alzheimer’s disease  Daily Enterpriser Lack of sleep may be linked to risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease  Science …

Brain Injuries Linked With Dementia Risk

Brain Injuries Linked With Dementia Risk  HealthDay Only 40% of Youth Concussions Caused by Contact Sports  Medscape Risk of dementia increases with traumatic brain injury  Medical Xpress Full coverage

Night owls have 10% higher mortality risk, study says

Night owls have 10% higher mortality risk, study says  CNN Night owls have higher risk of dying sooner  Medical Xpress When it comes to longevity, night owls are in trouble, study warns  Seattle Times Full coverage

Brain injury in teenagers may up Alzheimer’s risk: Lancet

Brain injury in teenagers may up Alzheimer’s risk: Lancet  Daily Pioneer Brain injuries ‘increase risk of dementia’  World First Travel Insurance Full coverage

Broad attack on Syria would face risk from air defenses, escalation with Russia

Broad attack on Syria would face risk from air defenses, escalation with Russia  Washington Post Trump Weighs Strike Options on Syria as Allies Rally Over Attack  Bloomberg Britain’s May calls Cabinet meeting as UK and US edge closer to Syria strikes  CNN In Syria, a Death Knell for Grandma’s Hopes  New York Times Full …

Youth in polluted cities at increased risk of Alzheimer’s

Youth in polluted cities at increased risk of Alzheimer’s  Business Standard Pollution may be putting at Alzheimer’s, suicide risk  Deccan Chronicle Officer runs for Alzheimer’s disease  The News Full coverage

Youth in polluted cities at increased risk of Alzheimer’s: Study

Youth in polluted cities at increased risk of Alzheimer’s: Study  The New Indian Express Officer runs for Alzheimer’s disease  The News Is pollution putting you at Alzheimer’s, suicide risks?  Business Standard Full coverage

Night Owls May Have Higher Risk of Earlier Death

Night Owls May Have Higher Risk of Earlier Death  PsychCentral.com Study: People who go to bed later may be at higher risk of poor health  WCTI12.com Night owls may have 10 percent higher risk of early death, study says  The Apopka Voice Night owls face higher risk of death, study says  CBC.ca Full coverage

Young People in Polluted Cities at Greater Risk for Alzheimer’s

Young People in Polluted Cities at Greater Risk for Alzheimer’s  EcoWatch Even Brief Increases In Exposure To PM2.5 Air Pollution Are Associated With Rise In Lung Infections Amongst Children  CleanTechnica New research links air pollution exposure to higher risk of Alzheimer’s  Malay Mail Full coverage