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The research is based on 870 older Australians who were followed for six years.
The neurosurgeon operated on the wrong part of a patient's spine.
Only a handful of productions give viewers an accurate and complete understanding of the issue.
Analysis: Despite the excited headlines, there's a good chance they'll fail, writes ...
The culprit could be peptides associated with both conditions.
Most of the studies cannot determine causation.
Dr John Dowden explores the evidence.
Neurologist says a network of specialist nurses would be part of a cost-effective solution.
Researchers speculate that vitamin D deficiency may impact on myelinogenesis.
The syndrome remains difficult-to-treat and has a major impact on affected children and their families
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