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Biomarker may predict early Alzheimer's disease
Researchers at Sanford Burnham Prebys (SBP) Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) have identified a peptide that could lead to the early detection of Alzheimer's disease (AD).
How cats and dogs helping doctors predict dementia in Parkinson’s patients
Security images inviting users to type words, or click on pictures, to prove they are ‘not a robot’ are undoubtedly frustrating for many. But scientists have discovered that some people with Parkinson’s disease struggle more than most at the task, and it could point to important changes happening in the brain.
How your eyes could predict Alzheimer's disease
Dementia symptoms usually include memory loss and confusion, however studying the eyes could also reveal early signs of Alzheimer's disease.
Scientists predict chemicals hiding beneath Neptune's icy surface
Thanks to a new computer model, planetary scientists now have a better idea of the types of chemicals hiding beneath Neptune's icy surface.
You soon be able to predict next migraine attack
Headaches when they become severe are known as migraines and there are 190,000 attacks every day in the UK.
Neuroimaging technique may predict autism in high-risk infants
Researchers said a special type of MRI may someday help doctors predict which high-risk babies might develop autism in their toddler years.
New tool used to more accurately predict parathyroid cancer return
Researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have created a new prognostic tool to predict the risk of recurrence of parathyroid cancer in patients.
Researchers help officials predict impact of volcanic eruptions
A team of researchers in England and Italy recently teamed up to analyze the role magmatic crystal formation plays in determining the severity of volcanic eruptions.
Cancer experts predict 15% fall in deaths in 20 years
The number of people who die from cancer is expected to plummet over the next two decades thanks to advances in research, experts have said.
Brain tests predict children's futures
Brain tests at the age of three appear to predict a child's future chance of success in life, said researchers.
Proteins may predict onset of diabetes in children
The presence of specific proteins in the blood may help predict the development of type 1 diabetes in children, researchers in Germany suggested.
Protein in maternal blood may predict birth complications
A protein found in the blood of pregnant women could be used to develop tests to determine the health of their babies and aid decisions on early elective deliveries, a study revealed.
Scientists help power plants predict jellyfish invasions
A sudden onslaught of jellyfish can pose serious problems for coastal power plants, clogging their cooling water intake valves and forcing plants to operate at reduced capacity or temporarily shut down.
Fossils can help predict future species survival
Many people are concerned about conservation of the planet's cute and cuddlies. But in a world of global climate change, sometimes we must prioritize which species we can and should save from extinction. Dr. Alycia Stigall and her colleagues are leading the charge in studies to help us make those determinations by looking at the fossil record.
Think more broadly to predict wildlife climate change survival
Scientists studying whether wildlife can adapt to climate change should focus on characteristics such as what they eat, how fast they breed and how well they survive in different habitats rather than simply on how far they can move, a conservation biologist at the University of Exeter said.

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