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People spent $ 1.9 billion last year on apps to keep their brains sharp as they age – here's what actually works

Sandra Wisham had never heard of cognitive training until her senior center in Coral Gables, Fla., Hosted and a seminar on aging and invited attendees to enroll in a brain-fitness course. "I want to stay independent as long as possible," says Wisham, 76. She works hard to keep herself physically fit, going to the weekly body conditioning and Zumba classes …

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The current global epidemic of measles, mapped – quartz

World Health Organization (WHO) reports show that there are more than 112,000 confirmed cases of measles worldwide, this month – an increase of 300% compared to 28,124 cases last year. definitely higher. WHO only collects data from cases confirmed by laboratory tests or clinical visits. Probably there are thousands who never seek medical help. The virus causes severe flu-like symptoms …

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NADMO to pay GH ¢ 1.05 million to the victims

General News of Saturday, May 25, 2019 Source: Graphic.com.gh 05.25.2019 The consequences of the floods and fires of 3 June 2015 at the Circle Goil NATIONAL NATIONAL MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION (NEDMO June3) Disasters (NADMO) will pay $ 200,000 (GH million 1.05 million) to 96 casualties and families deprived of disaster by the June 3 disaster, which have not received any benefit …

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FDA Approves $ 2M Drug, Which Is The Most Expensive

By Linda A. Johnson This photo provided by Novartis, shows Zolgensma. The one-time gene therapy developed by Novartis, Zolgensma, will cost 2,125 million dollars. He treats a rare disease called spinal muscular atrophy or SMA, which generates about 400 babies born in the United States every year. One-hour infusion therapy is approved for children under 2 years of age and …

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At $ 2M, priciest ever treats fatal genetic disease

U.S. regulators have approved the most expensive medicine ever, for a rare disorder that destroys baby's muscle control and kills nearly all of those with the most common type of the disease within a couple of years The treatment is priced at $ 2,125 million. Out-of-pocket costs for patients will vary based on insurance coverage. The medicine, sold by the …

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Double chicks, ducks probably a source of salmonella outbreak

A federal health agency says chickens and ducks in the backyard are the likely source of numerous salmonella outbreaks that have suffered 52 people, including at least one man in Michigan. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said there were 52 reported cases in 21 countries. Five were hospitalized. There are no reports of death. Those who got sick, …

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Calm Nervous Families, Pakistan Changes Polio Vaccination Tactics

After serious attacks in April, Pakistan has been rebuilding its vaccination strategy in a renewed effort to wipe out the virus The country is one of just three – along with Afghanistan and perhaps Nigeria – in which polio is still endemic. Eradication of the virus in Pakistan is crucial to the drive to rid the world of polio, once …

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Woman relieved after 'brain tumor' turns out to be a parasite

UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan – "Good news is, I do not have cancer." That's also a surprising news because doctors at a New York hospital thought just the opposite until last September when neurosurgeons opened up Rachel Palma's skull. They fully expect to find a marble-size malignant brain tumor. Instead, they found a parasite. "We were, like, overjoyed," said Dr. …

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