TCU Names Medical School to Honor the Late Anne Burnett

The TCU School of Medicine will be named the Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine
in honor of the late Anne Burnett Marion’s lifetime of friendship and support and
her extraordinary generosity to the TCU School of Medicine.

The estate of the late Anne Burnett Marion and The Burnett Foundation, a charitable
foundation based in Fort Worth, have made a

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Diabetes and Heart Disease Can Double Your Risk of Dementia

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Multiple cardiometabolic diseases doubled the risk of dementia and cognitive impairment, hastening their onset by two years, and speeding up the pace of cognitive decline.

The study finds that dementia risk is increased by diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

People who have at least two of the conditions type 2 diabetes, heart disease, or stroke are twice as likely to develop

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The Need for Gender Balance in Disarmament Efforts

Saudi Arabia’s little touted effort to overhaul its defense and national security architecture may be the United States’ best bet to rebuild relations with the kingdom in ways that imbue values and complicate the establishment of similar defense ties with China or Russia.

“Through the vehicle of defense reform, the Biden administration has an opportunity to engage the Saudis on

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Can bergamot help reduce cholesterol?

Bergamot is a yellow citrus fruit native to the southern region of Italy. The fruit contains many natural substances that may be beneficial for health. While more research is necessary, some evidence suggests bergamot can help lower cholesterol.

Also known as Citrus bergamia, bergamot is a yellow citrus fruit that grows primarily in Calabria. Traditional Italian medicine uses bergamot

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Physicians sound alarm on lawsuit threatening preventive

CHICAGO — Led by the American Medical Association (AMA), leading medical organizations that represent physicians providing vital preventive health care services to millions of patients with private health plan coverage expressed concern that a federal court case could cause millions of Americans to lose access to preventive services. Kelley v. Becerra, a lawsuit before a federal district court judge

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Bengaluru neurologists see rise in people reporting

Bengaluru-based neurologists said they are noticing a spike in complications like Guillain-Barre syndrome, Bell’s palsy, insomnia apart from behavioural and cognitive issues

Bengaluru-based neurologists said they are noticing a spike in complications like Guillain-Barre syndrome, Bell’s palsy, insomnia apart from behavioural and cognitive issues

There has been a rise in people reporting post-COVID-19 brain disorders. City-based neurologists said they are

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