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Read a selection of press releases that highlight new findings from published research papers. Many of these topics are relevant to our health and daily lives.
Tooth Loss Linked to an Increased Risk of Dementia Tooth Loss Linked to an Increased Risk of Dementia

Individuals with 10-19, 1-9, and no teeth had 62%, 81%, and 63% higher risks of dementia, respectively, than individuals with >20 teeth. Likewise, an inverse association was observed between the number of remaining teeth and the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. "Our findings emphasize the clinical importance of dental care and treatment, especially in terms of maintenance of teeth from an early age for reducing the future risk of dementia," said Dr. Tomoyuki Ohara, co-author of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society study.

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Original article: Tooth Loss and Risk of Dementia in the Community: the Hisayama Study
Published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

Smell Loss Predicts Mortality Risk Regardless of Dementia Conversion Smell Loss Predicts Mortality Risk Regardless of Dementia Conversion

In a study of adults aged 40 to 90 years who were followed for 10 years, poor smell was linked with an increased risk of dying.

"Our results were not explained by dementia, which was previously linked to smell loss. Instead, mortality risk was uniquely predicted by smell loss," said Dr. Jonas Olofsson, senior author of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society study. "In our future research, we will try to pinpoint the biological processes that can explain this phenomenon."

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Original article: Smell Loss Predicts Mortality Risk Regardless of Dementia Conversion
Published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

Does Boosting ?Good? Cholesterol Really Improve Your Health? Does Boosting "Good" Cholesterol Really Improve Your Health?

A new review addresses the mysteries behind "good" HDL cholesterol and why boosting its levels does not necessarily provide protection from cardiovascular risk for patients. It appears that augmenting the function of HDL cholesterol, rather than its concentration, is key.

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Original article: Current and future therapies for addressing the effects of inflammation on HDL cholesterol metabolism
Published in the British Journal of Pharmacology

Giving Birth May Be Riskier Today than in the Past Giving Birth May Be Riskier Today than in the Past

A new article explores how the double burden of malnutrition and the global obesity epidemic may be reshaping obstetrical difficulties experienced by women.

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Original article: The New "Obstetrical Dilemma": Stunting, Obesity and the Risk of Obstructed Labour
Published in the The Anatomical Record


Thomson Reuters publishes an annual Journal Citation Report (JCR) that tracks over 11,000 journals across 82 countries and 237 disciplines. In the 2015 report which was released in June, over half of Wiley's indexed journals showed an increase in impact factor from 2014 to 2015. 26 Wiley journals achieved a top-category rank, including CA-A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, with an Impact Factor of 131.723 (ranked #1 in the Oncology category).



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