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We've Known How to Combat Dementia For Years -- We're Just Not Listening

We're still waiting for that shiny pill to cure us. What if we never find it?

When I started working in my first lab researching Alzheimer's Disease, I was idealistic, determined the field would find a cure for the insidious disease in my lifetime. And I still hope we do. Alzheimer's runs in my family like it does in many families. But my time working in the field has forced me to realize that we already know how to fend off the debilitating effects of dementia. It's just not the answer we were looking for.

For years, I researched in and out of the lab. I took classes about the brain and dementia. I read neuroscience books in my leisure time. I consumed every bit of information the field offered on cognitive decline, dementia, Alzheimer's, and similar diseases. From the vagus nerve to cytokines gone wrong to demyelination, I scoured every potential source of memory loss.

And everything I read, in one way or another, pointed back to the same perpetrator: stress.

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India to impose permanent ban on 59 Chinese apps including TikTok

The ban was interim, so far, with the government giving these apps time—and opportunity—to furnish a response. Multiple media reports suggest the government remains unsatisfied with the responses these apps have furnished to pacify India’s privacy concerns. As a result, the interim ban will now become permanent.



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Facebook to soar 26% on e-commerce, advertising strength, says BofA

Bank of America maintained its price target for Facebook at $345 on Monday, implying a potential 26% climb for the social media giant. Analyst Justin Post

How to land a job in the red-hot world of crypto trading and investing, according to 7 insiders from firms like Grayscale and Galaxy Digital

Big firms in the world of crypto trading are hiring right now. These tips can help you navigate the recruiting process and land a job.

India continues to see strong rebound in VC investment: KPMG

India continues to see strong rebound in VC investment: KPMG

Bharat Metro Digital Services raise $1 million for equity from a popular women's footwear brand in South Mumbai

Bharat Metro Digital Services raise $1 million for equity from a popular women's footwear brand in South Mumbai

Delhi High Court adopts QR code-based digital entry pass system

Delhi High Court adopts QR code-based digital entry pass system

Social media being misused: Nitish Kumar

Nitish Kumar's remarks come two days after the Bihar Police’s Economic Offences Unit (EOU) issued a circular warning action against those making “objectionable and indecent” comments online against the state government.

Dating site MeetMindful hacked — data of over 2 million users leaked including Facebook details and geo-locati

New Delhi, A hacker that goes by the name of ShinyHunters has now leaked data of 2.28 million users of a dating website MeetMindful that includes real names,

WhatsApp not mandatory, says Delhi HC as Govt expresses concern over differential treatment of Indian, European users

The Additional Solicitor General said that the concern of the Centre was that the users were not getting the option to choose.

‘Govt should ban WhatsApp Pay for privacy violations’, says Atmanirbhar Digital India Foundation: Report

The government should completely ban WhatsApp Pay’s operations due to alleged privacy violations and its payments services should be de-coupled from its messaging app, the Atmanirbhar Digital India Foundation (ADIF) said in a letter to the government and regulators. The letter says WhatsApp’s new privacy policy violates data localisation norms and guidelines on data disclosures, […]

Exploring possibility of central bank digital currency in India, says RBI

In India, the regulators and governments have been sceptical about these currencies and are apprehensive about the associated risks.

Top 5 ways to boost your chances to get digital personal loans in India

It is the age where Fintech has enriched the lives of individuals in many aspects, among which access to loans, digitally, has improved.

Societal Equality: Will Digital Bridge The Divide Or Widen The Gap?

World Economic Forum's new report highlights unequal digital adoption as a critical threat as well as a long term risk, as vulnerable populations of the world may be left behind even as they grapple with the tumult and destruction of their livelihoods caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

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