Medical Procedures Reveal Groundbreaking Evidence of Alzheimer's Transmission Among Humans
Researchers at University College London have presented compelling evidence of the transmission of Alzheimer's disease from one individual to another. In a handful of extremely rare instances, scientists have demonstrated how a treatment involving human growth hormone can inadvertently transfer harmful proteins to children, resulting in the early onset of Alzheimer's. During the late 1950s and for approximately twenty-five years thereafter, doctors occasionally administered cadaver-derived human growth hormone (c-hGH) to children with specific growth concerns. This hormone, extracted from the pituitary glands of deceased individuals, was administered to children who fell below the average height range, as reported by New Atlas.
'90s kids & their mental issues
A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Sydney reveals that individuals born in the 1990s are experiencing the worst mental health compared to any previous generation. Furthermore, the study indicates that this decline in mental well-being is not limited to younger generations but is also affecting those who are approaching old age. The findings, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, highlight a concerning trend of deteriorating mental health across successive generations since the 1950s.
Community Violence—An Underlying Cause For School Shootings.
A recent study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics challenges the common perception of school shootings in America. Contrary to popular belief, the study reveals that most school shootings carried out by teenagers are not the large-scale, mass casualty events involving assault-style weapons that many Americans imagine. Instead, these incidents are often linked to community violence.