The Telegraph
Friday , July 13 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Rare mutation to aid Alzheimer’s fight

A study of a rare gene mutation that protects people against Alzheimer’s disease provides the strongest evidence yet that excessive levels of a normal brain substance, beta amyloid, are a driving force in the disease — bolstering hopes that anti-amyloid drugs already under developme...   | Read..

BBC World Service bids farewell to Bush House

The BBC World Service transmitted its final bulletin from Bush House in London today, ending 71 years of radio broadcasts from the building that kept millions informed across...   | Read..

Yahoo passwords leaked

Yahoo Inc. said today it is investigating reports of a security breach that may have exposed nearly half a million users’ email addresses and passwords....   | Read..

Reopen Zardari cases, court tells PM

A new political crisis loomed large over Pakistan after the country's Supreme Court said on Thursday it might initiate appropriate action over Prime Minister Raja P...   | Read..
Former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir who died of Alzheimer’s disease on June 30. (AFP)
Rare mutation to aid Alzheimer’s fight