BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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In a study published Thursday, UC Berkeley researchers found that poor quality sleep is linked to cardiovascular disease as disrupted sleeping increases white blood cell count.
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In a study published Thursday, UC Berkeley researchers found that poor quality sleep is linked to cardiovascular disease as disrupted sleeping increases white blood cell count.
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Previously, there was no quick and accurate way to test blood supplies for prion-related diseases, which include neurodegenerative conditions caused by misfolded proteins or prions. Now there is, however,  according to a study published Sept. 12 involving Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers.
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Previously, there was no quick and accurate way to test blood supplies for prion-related diseases, which include neurodegenerative conditions caused by misfolded proteins or prions. Now there is, however,  according to a study published Sept. 12 involving Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers.
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A potential cure for Glaucoma, previously thought to be incurable, has been discovered by a team of UC Berkeley and University of Toronto researchers, according to a study published Monday.
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A potential cure for Glaucoma, previously thought to be incurable, has been discovered by a team of UC Berkeley and University of Toronto researchers, according to a study published Monday.
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Berkeley Police Department released a Nixle alert at approximately 9:23 p.m. asking for the community’s assistance in locating a missing person at risk.
Berkeley Police Department released a Nixle alert at approximately 9:23 p.m. asking for the community’s assistance in locating a missing person at risk.
While UC Berkeley students may be notorious for staying up studying and messing up their sleep schedules, according to a study recently published by campus researchers, such sleeping habits could be detrimental to brain health if continued later in life.
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While UC Berkeley students may be notorious for staying up studying and messing up their sleep schedules, according to a study recently published by campus researchers, such sleeping habits could be detrimental to brain health if continued later in life.
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A team featuring researchers from UC Berkeley hopes to spur contributions to Alzheimer’s disease research by developing an online game that enlists citizens as scientists.
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A team featuring researchers from UC Berkeley hopes to spur contributions to Alzheimer’s disease research by developing an online game that enlists citizens as scientists.
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A recent study published Wednesday by UC Berkeley researchers demonstrates the ability of PET scans to track the gradual progression of Alzheimer’s disease in cognitively healthy adults.
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A recent study published Wednesday by UC Berkeley researchers demonstrates the ability of PET scans to track the gradual progression of Alzheimer’s disease in cognitively healthy adults.
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Though walking is widely lauded by public health officials and fitness advocates alike for its health benefits, new research from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory shows that people may need to move a little more quickly in order for their exercise to be effective.
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Though walking is widely lauded by public health officials and fitness advocates alike for its health benefits, new research from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory shows that people may need to move a little more quickly in order for their exercise to be effective.
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Jack Gilbert lived a life as fierce and unconventional as his poetry. The poet died Tuesday in a Berkeley nursing home after a prolonged battle with dementia. He was 87.
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Jack Gilbert lived a life as fierce and unconventional as his poetry. The poet died Tuesday in a Berkeley nursing home after a prolonged battle with dementia. He was 87.
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