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Scientists identify key warning sign of Alzheimer's disease
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Alzheimer's breakthrough as new genes discovered
Researchers are clinging to fresh hope today after discovering two new risk genes linked to Alzheimer’s Disease. Scientists from the...
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The inside story on my 50-year friendship with Glen Campbell
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How to grow your own turmeric at home
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Moving letter about Aussie doctor's death goes viral
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88-year-old's amazing singing warms hearts on social media
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Is cannabis the new solution to ageing?
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Why getting lost could be an early red flag for Alzheimer's
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Saturday on the Couch: Keeping our brains strong
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What your dream about death is trying to tell you
Dream analyst Jane Teresa Anderson interprets readers' dreams about death. ...
Could worrying actually be good for you?
You would be hard pressed to find someone what hasn’t heard the phrase “you’re worrying yourself to death.” However, new...
Everybody's Talkin about Glen Campbell's last album
Glen Campbell has produced many hits over the years. From Rhinestone Cowboy to Galveston and By the Time I Get...
Dancing away dementia
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Monty Python star reveals dementia diagnosis
Monty Python actor and legendary comedic writer Terry Jones says he has been diagnosed with dementia. Jones told The Guardian...
What your dream is trying to tell you
Most of us dream, and those dreams can range from simple reflections of your day to the more bizarre and abstract...
Those who inspire you
Finding someone who inspires you can also motivate you to do great things. This isn’t a coincidence as Psychologists Todd M....
Downton Abbey star reveals ongoing battle with illness
One of Downton Abbey’s most beloved stars has spoken out publicly about her ongoing health battle. Jessica Brown Findlay, who...
Shock data show Aussies losing their competitive edge
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