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Researchers Find that Variants in a Gene on the X Chromosome are Associated with Increased Susceptibility to Alzheimers Disease

In the Jan. online edition of Nature Genetics, they report the results of their two-stage genome-wide association study of patients with Alzheimer's disease. The research showed that women who inherited two copies of a variant ...

New Insight into Effectiveness of Procedure to Stop Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Experts estimate that 20 percent of women experience excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding at some time during their lives, particularly as they approach menopause.

Staying Healthy Does Not Have To Break The Bank

The tough economic times are causing many people to tighten the belt on personal finances. But trimming fat from the budget, such as cancelling gym memberships, doesn't have to lead to an expanding waistline.

Studies Offer Guide As Protein Interaction Mapping Comes Of Age

For scientists who track interactions between cell proteins, a time of reckoning has arrived. Over the past 20 years, researchers have identified thousands of such interactions, with the ultimate goal of inventorying all that occur within cells of various organisms-

Cumulative Live-Birth Rates after In Vitro Fertilization

Background Outcomes of in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment are traditionally reported as pregnancies per IVF cycle. However, a couple's primary concern is the chance of a live birth over an entire treatment course.


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