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Alzheimer's Disease in Women

Former Toffler Scholar Dr. Elizabeth Rose Mayeda was part of the team that presented research that begins to give us insight into why Alzheimer's disease affects more women than men and why the disease seems to progress more quickly in women's brains.

Effectiveness of Masks in Reducing COVID-19 Spread

Dr. Yifang Zhu, a professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences and associate dean for academic programs at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, found that even simple cloth masks provide significant protections against COVID-19 transmission.


A new study shows the relationship between surgery and Alzheimer's disease

A new study proposes that major surgery is a promoter or accelerator of Alzheimer's disease. While researchers have known that patients experience cognitive deterioration after surgery for a while there are few studies that relate it to Alzheimer’s disease.

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