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High levels of a blood protein called clusterin are linked to the development of Alzheimer's disease, scientists said on Monday -- a finding which could pave the way for doctors to detect the disease before it takes hold.
2010/7/7
Iceland has been called the Island of the Sagas, and recently there has been no shortage of sagas.
2010/5/23
They're not your grandpa's hearing aids. Today's newest models range from the completely invisible it sits deep in the ear canal for months at a time to Bluetooth-enabled gadgets that open cell phones and iPods for hearing-aid users.
2009/12/30
Taiwanese females over the age of 50 are more likely to suffer from less dense or more fragile bones compared to males, according to a Department of Health's (DOH) study.
2009/11/26
Low thyroid activity, one of the most treated conditions in the United States, may actually be a sign of longevity, researchers say.
2009/6/18
The American Medical Association says there's no scientific proof to back up claims of anti-aging hormones.
2009/6/17
Everyone talks about the "ageing" society when large numbers of elderly people need home care.
2009/3/24
The incidence of spinal fractures caused by pressure on fragile bones has been on the rise among people in Taiwan aged 65 and over, increasing by 60,000 patients per year, a doctor at National Cheng Kung University Hospital said yesterday.
2009/2/19
A team of German researchers say that reducing caloric intake can help older people to remember better.
2009/2/17
People over 60 years old who have had a fracture because of reduced bone density, or osteoporosis, face a higher risk of death over the next 10 years, a study in Australia has found.
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