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Can ‘flashing light and pulsing sounds’ counter the effects of Alzheimer’s?

Scientific American | 
Bathing patients in flashing light and pulsing sounds both tuned to a frequency of 40 hertz might reverse key signs ...
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Baboons given heart transplants from genetically engineered pigs—humans could be next

Scientific American | 
In four adjacent enclosures transplantation researcher Bruno Reichart kept four happy baboons. … Most importantly, he says, they were healthy ...
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Why curing the common cold is so difficult

Scientific American | 
The hunt for a cure for the common cold began in the 1950s, shortly after scientists discovered the primary group ...
Genetics may explain why elite divers of Southeast Asia can hold their breath so long

Genetics may explain why elite divers of Southeast Asia can hold their breath so long

Scientic American | 
When a human is submerged in water, within seconds the body begins to reflexively adjust. The heart rate slows; blood ...