673 male and female middle-aged adults who take part in the Whitehall II longitudinal study was.

The authors examined the relationship between fasting levels of serum lipids and short-term verbal memory in 3,673 male and female middle-aged adults who take part in the Whitehall II longitudinal study was.

The results showed that:to high HDL-C compared with low HDL – C was associated with a higher risk of memory deficit in the first and second measurement point . Middle-aged adults HDL – C over the 5 years of follow-up was associated with memory decline . – The authors wrote that ‘no interaction with APOE e4 status was available.’APOE e4 is a gene that some studies have suggested may favor people with Alzheimer’s disease. – The authors concluded that low HDL-C, which is potentially modifiable, linked ‘poor memory and decline in memory middle-aged adults.Continue Reading

The research team consists of Achillefs N.

The research team consists of Achillefs N. Kapanidis, Emmanuel Margeat, Sam On Ho, Ekaterine Kortkhonjia and Shimon Weiss of the UCLA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, the Department of Physiology and the California NanoSystems Institute together. The team worked with Richard H. Ebright, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Waksman Institute and Department of Chemistry, Rutgers University.

Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Chief Executive of the Medical Research Council, said:: Birth cohort studies are an important tool to increase our understanding of our environment and development before and after we are born influence our health and predisposition to diseases later in life We look forward to working with the ESRC in maximizing the. Potential of this important information.Continue Reading