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They were also able to a model.

Develop ‘.. Mossong and colleagues then the contact patterns modeled using mathematical and statistical techniques. They were also able to a model, such as a respiratory infection epidemic to spread to spread in a population. Results predicted that during the initial spread of a respiratory infection, 5 – to 19 – year olds would suffer the greatest burden. These young people have a lot more contacts per day and more contacts within their own age group. – Conclude the authors: ‘Our survey is to our knowledge the first population-based prospective survey of mixing patterns relevant to the spread in the air and close to infectious diseases in several European countries carried out using a similar diary methodology mixing patterns mixing patterns shows.

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A team led by Katherine L.

A team led by Katherine L. Director and Professor of the Nutritional Epidemiology Program at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts led studied a group of Boston – area men who were members of the ongoing Normative Aging Study . Tucker and her colleagues found that men who get more folate in their diets significantly less of a decline in verbal fluency skills demonstrated in the course of three years than men with low folate intake. In contrast to our earlier work with this population, in which we observed an association between low folate levels and lower cognitive test results at one point in time, this study looks at the effects of these nutrients over time. :: This is an important step in establishing causality. .

The authors present their findings in the article ‘Therapeutic Efficacy of intranasal delivery of mesenchymal stem cells in a rat model of Parkinson’s disease. ‘, you confirm that the intranasal administration of MSCs avoids the tissue trauma and related inflammation and swelling of the brain. Assigned surgical implantation of therapeutic stem cells is important, this noninvasive delivery method would also make it possible to provide repeated stem cell treatments over time.. Continue reading

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