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An experimental drug that mimics a hunger-signalling hormone can protect memory in mice with Alzheimer’s disease, scientists have found.
David Becker, a health economist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, said Medicare data can help spot possible fraud by comparing payments among different health care providers.
Last year, alprazolam was found in 29 percent of DUI cases, compared to 23 percent for marijuana. The percentage of DUI cases caused by alprazolam has held steady for the past three years, according to the data.
More than 123,300 heel-related injuries were treated in emergency rooms in the United States from 2002 to 2012, with the rate doubling during that 10-year span, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Injuries by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
A series of fascinating studies showed that many people respond positively to placebo pills — even when they are told that the pills don't have any active ingredients. Researchers are now testing these "open-label" placebos for the first time among cancer survivors.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that long-term administration of a drug that is similar to the hormone ghrelin protected Alzheimer’s disease-model mice from memory deterioration, despite a high-glycemic-index (GI) diet.
Parent-teen contracts are a useful way to set rules about what is allowed/not allowed with regard to driving.
One of the hottest issues in State Houses this year was Common Core, national math and language arts standards released in 2010 and adopted by most states.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that long-term administration of a drug that mimics the hormone ghrelin protected Alzheimer's disease-model mice from memory deterioration, despite a high-glycemic-index (GI) diet.
More than 30,000 Americans commit suicide each year, and a new grant awarded to the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham is funding a study to find out what pushes someone to take their own life.
 
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