Study reveals that toxic algae is causing dolphins to suffer from Alzheimer's-like brain disease

(Natural News) The excessive blooming of blue-green algae might be responsible for the recent spate of deaths among dolphins. A pathological study found toxic compounds in the harmful algae that might cause a neurodegenerative problem similar to Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers from the University of Miami autopsied the brains and bodies of 14 dead dolphins. For...
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Results of a large population-based cohort study support regulatory agency warnings about the risk for donepezil-induced rhabdomyolysis, a rare but potentially life-threatening condition.Medscape Medical News
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