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Could losing your sense of smell predict Alzheimer's?

Alzheimer's disease is a progressive, degenerative disorder that attacks the brain's neurons, resulting in loss of memory, thinking and language skills and behavioral changes. It is the most common cause of dementia or loss of intellectual function among people aged 65...

source: By Dorothy L. Tengler
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Stroke could affect patients' moral compass, altering they way they think about mistakes and people's intentions, a new study has found. Scientists in Buenos Aires found those victims who suffered a stroke affecting...

source: Daily Mail

A team of Bio-X scientists is developing a gel to help protect cells from the trauma of being injected into an injury site. The work could help speed cell-based therapies for spinal cord injuries and other types of damage.

source: Medical Xpress

Children who start having seizures soon after a vaccination and go on to develop epilepsy usually turn out to have an underlying cause of the seizure disorder, according to a new study published in Pediatrics.

source: Reuters via Fox News

Migraines in midlife may be associated with increased odds of developing Parkinson's disease or other movement disorders in later years, new research suggests. The study, which did not prove a cause-and-effect link between the two brain-based conditions, also suggested...

source: HealthDay News via WebMD

The call for award nominations is now open! Do you know a nurse who has made a significant contribution...

source: AANN

Our members make the work that AANN does for all nurses possible. Please forward this newsletter to your...

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