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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Health

New studies indicate that latrepirdine (originally marketed as an antihistamine in Russia), though previously rejected in U.S. clinical trials, may yet prove effective in the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s, and other conditions.The second of two studies on latrepirdine, recently published in Molecular Psychiatry, demonstrates new potential for the compound in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, sleep disorders, and other neurodegenerative conditions.

An international team led by Mount Sinai School of Medicine scientists found that latrepiridine, known commercially as Dimebon, reduced the level of at least two neurodegeneration-related proteins in mice.
Latrepirdine was initially sold as an antihistamine in Russia, following its approval for use there in 1983. In the 1990s, the compound appeared effective in treating some of the earliest animal models of Alzheimer’s disease. In a high profile Phase II clinical trial in Russia, overseen by a panel of

A typical assortment of skincare products.If you are in your twenties or thirties, you may be surprised to find yourself among those with maturing skin. Surely, you thought, you’d be in your forties or fifties before you’d be on the lookout for the effects of age to manifest themselves on your skin! Well, not necessarily.

What maturing skin means is that for some reason—be it sun damage, smoking, or high levels of stress—your skin is starting to “act old,” and this has nothing to do with the age it says on your birth certificate. By

Rabbi A. Romi Cohn is passionately opposed to any government interference in a classic Jewish ritual. The latest attempt by the Bloomberg administration to control the controversial procedure of metzitzah b’peh (oral suction), which is routinely performed during brit milah (Jewish ritual circumcision), has raised new concerns among some leaders of New York City’s Orthodox community.

The most outspoken individual to emerge from the increasingly contentious conflict between government and the Chareidi sector is Rabbi A. Romi Cohn, a noted mohel who is considered a leading expert in the rules of

Rabbis Avraham Hecht, Eli Hecht, & Moshe HersonAs wine ages, the better it becomes.  So it may be said concerning my aging father.  Every visit I make from Southern California to my father in Brooklyn, New York, fills me with trepidation.  What will happen when I meet him.  Will he be despairing as he grows weaker and weaker or is his resolve to be there for us stronger and firmer?  

I am happy to state that since his move into the Brooklyn Sephardic Jewish Home for the Aging he has become healthier.  In the past few years, we, the family

Scientist and author Ray Kurzweil predicts that man may soon achieve immortality, thanks to incredibly advanced technology. Will man ever be able to live forever? World-famous scientist Ray Kurzweil says the answer is yes – and this world-altering capability may be within our reach in twenty years.

Kurzweil, who wrote The Singularity Is Near, believes that life as it is presently experienced will be unrecognizable in two decades, partly because scientists may have an excellent chance of defeating mortality. “I and many other scientists now believe that in around twenty years we will have the means to reprogram our