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In four clinical centers, 671 women were recruited with an average age of 55 years.

A team led by Katherine L. Director and Professor of the Nutritional Epidemiology Program at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts led studied a group of Boston – area men who were members of the ongoing Normative Aging Study . Tucker and her colleagues found that men who obtained more folic acid in their diets significantly less of a decline in verbal fluency skills demonstrated in the course of three years than men with low folate intake.

Osteoporosis affects almost 15 percent of Western women in their fifties, 22 percent in their sixties, and 38.5 percent in the seventies. As many as 70 percent of women over 80 are at risk, and the condition carries a high risk of fracture, with more than a -third of adult women falling victim at least once in their lives. Broad-based screening for the disease is not viable, mainly because of cost and the lack of specialized equipment and personnel.Ventura County Star: Even though the goal of NIH – financed research were noble, it excuse does not researchers in failing to unrelated attorneys of all children for all children in studies, a Star editorial said. NIH all the researchers should be subsidized supply for advocates of test persons as vulnerable by foster child need to that most protecting society make offering the main article concludes causes. Several newspapers Free Newsletter publishes Comment pieces of on. Some of them are are summarized below.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Some scholars to defend the tests said, had children access to the latest treatment possibilities, and statistics show that the number of AIDS deaths in care Children in studies drastically decreased during these enrolled period, after a Post-Intelligencer editorial. However, the direct correlation between experiment and the drop in deaths it is unclear at Top, and that end – justifies-the – agents arguments is inadequate, and adds exploitation the foster children, including the editor (Seattle Post-Intelligencer.