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(Science Daily)   New drug might allow Modmins to remember if an article is a repeat or not   ( sciencedaily.com) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Modmins, Alzheimer's Disease, neurons, biomedical sciences, peptides, deductive reasonings, UC Riverside, short-term memory  
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2013-06-19 08:21:05 AM  
That would be awesome, but as usual, we shall see.
2013-06-19 08:26:03 AM  
Does this mean I'm going to get less boobie threads?!

Not good
2013-06-19 08:31:45 AM  
Nitro charged brains... I'll take it.
2013-06-19 08:35:59 AM  
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2013-06-19 08:52:54 AM  
A drug that stops idiots from freaking out over repeats would be much more useful, and have a much larger market potential.

/present company excepted of course
2013-06-19 09:50:45 AM  
What is a modmin?  Do they just decide what stories to post and get to modify little things?  Is it a paid position or is it just a diversion from collecting cats?
2013-06-19 09:52:59 AM  

basemetal: That would be awesome, but as usual, we shall see.

Fingers crossed. Brain degenerative diseases are just heartbreaking for everyone involved.
2013-06-19 10:12:51 AM  
Well played headline & tag combo Subby.
2013-06-19 11:24:40 AM  
My dad died two years ago of early-onset Alzheimer's -- and his mom also died the same way, which does not bode well for me. So I'm hoping this works.

/miss you, Dad.
2013-06-19 04:09:00 PM  
Wasnt this a repeat?
2013-06-19 11:43:26 PM  
Someone get this to terry pratchett, stat!  We need him to get back to writing!
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