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The New Old Age: Dementia May Never Improve, but Many Patients Still Can Learn

ImageCreditStuart Briers He was a retired factory worker, living with his wife outside a small town in Wales, in the United Kingdom. Once outgoing and sociable, engaged in local activities including a community choir, he’d been jolted by a diagnosis of early dementia. A few months later, at 70, he wouldn’t leave the house alone,… Read More »

How to solve the great global protein shortage that never was?

Matthew Roharik/Getty By Julia Brown In 1968, New Scientist identified an unusual solution to the world’s supposed protein shortage IN THE 1960s, nutritional scientists were on a mission. People’s diets, especially in developing countries, were dangerously low in protein, they said. Ways to address the issue were anxiously being sought. New Scientist took the problem… Read More »