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Mitochondria Dysfunction Occurs Early in Alzheimer?s Disease Prior to Memor
2012-05-07 06:10:00
Researchers from Mayo Clinic have found that mitochondria in the brain are dysfunctional early in Alzheimer's disease.
Tetas grandes, penes duros y Alzheimer
2012-04-25 21:28:00
En el mundo actual, se está invirtiendo cinco veces más en medicamentos para la virilidad masculina y silicona para mujeres, que en la cura del Alzheimer. De aquí a algunos años, tendremos viejas de tetas grandes y viejos con pene duro, pero ninguno de ellos se acordará para qué sirve. - Autor desconocido Drauzio Varella, ...
Blockade of Learning and Memory Genes may Occur Early in Alzheimer?s Diseas
2012-03-08 00:06:00
Embargoed for Release Wednesday, February 29, 2012 1 p.m. EST Contact: Daniel Stimson, NINDS 301-496-5751 Blockade of Learning and Memory Genes may Occur Early in Alzheimer’s Disease NIH-funded research could lead to new therapy A repression of gene activity in the brain appears to be an early event affecting people with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers funded ...
Lack of Quality Sleep Could Affect Your Memory Later
2012-02-15 22:26:00
“Disrupted sleep appears to be associated with the build-up of amyloid plaques, a hallmark marker of Alzheimer’s disease, in the brains of people without memory problems… Further research is needed to determine why this is happening and whether sleep changes may predict cognitive decline.” - Yo-El Ju, Washington University School of Medicine The amount and ...
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2012-01-12 23:59:00
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Electrodes 'Reverse' Alzheimer's
2011-11-28 14:48:00
From BBC News - Science & Environment: Can doctors really halt shrinkage of the brain? Brain shrinkage, declining function and memory loss had been thought to be irreversible. A technique used known as deep brain stimulation - applying electricity directly to regions of the bra
Green Tea and Red Laser Attack Alzheimer's Plaques
2011-11-05 19:30:00
From New Scientist - Online News: It may sound like a strange brew, but green tea and red light could provide a novel treatment for Alzheimer's disease. Together, the two can destroy the rogue "plaques" that crowd the brains of people with the disease. The light makes it easier for the green-te
A GPS-Enabled Shoe To Track Alzheimer's Patients
2011-10-26 15:15:00
From Fast Company: This simple and dignified way to always know where someone is has applications beyond the elderly, too: small children and runners should get some, too. There are currently 5.2 million Americans with Alzheimer's, but that number is expected to balloon, with one out of
Vitamin B12 Helps Ward Off Alzheimer?s
2011-01-16 22:16:00
People who consume foods rich in vitamin B12 could be at lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers analyzed blood samples from more than 270 individuals who showed no evidence of dementia. They tested for levels of vitamin B12 and for levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that has been linked to an increased risk ...
A Forecast Fulfilled
2011-01-07 22:45:00
2011 prediction fulfilled in the first week: Dramatic developments in the Alzheimer?s fight. Perplexing jobs report: Not a lot of new jobs, but unemployment rate falls sharply. The 5 uncovers the discrepancy. Geithner threatens ?catastrophic consequences? if Congress refuses to raise the debt ceiling? Opposition folds like a lawn chair. Reader accuses The 5 of ignoring blatant precious metals manipulation? Our reply, plus reader input on offshore drilling, China?s euro rescue and Goldman?s Facebook deal.
Rally? What Rally?
2010-11-11 22:05:00
QE2 running out of gas already? What?s behind today?s stock sell-off. Big Pharma fails yet again? and how you can profit from its missteps. ?Moving from greenbacks to redbacks?? How the renminbi could become the world?s reserve currency. Deficit commission plan DOA, except for one critical part: What you should plan for now. Glutton for punishment: Mr. ?Maybe I Am Naive? writes back.
Missile Fired in Currency War?
2010-11-10 21:57:00
The ?mystery missile?... First shot fired in currency wars? G20 summit preview: China premier tells U.S. to ?face their own problems.? Markets sell off, silver down nearly 8%... The rumor that may be behind it all. Why Patrick Cox sees the election results as ?a good thing for investors and innovation.? Readers go off on fellow reader: ?Indestructible fantasy world? and Nazi name-calling.
Unemployment in the QE2 Era
2010-11-05 21:56:00
151,000 jobs created? First employment report of the QE2 era... The 5 digs for the real story. QE savaged by the Chinese, Brazilians, Germans... Did we leave anyone out? 100 years later: Fedheads return to the scene of the crime. Treating the disease, not the symptoms... Patrick Cox on an Alzheimer's breakthrough. A truly mobile home: Chinese solution to the affordable-housing quandary.
Can Inflamed Gums Lead to Alzheimer's Disease?
2010-08-23 22:42:00
By Dr.Kristie Leong Image Credit: Ciell (Picture shows a room for controlled multisensory stimulation therapy for Alzheimer patients) What does oral hygiene have to do with your brain? Plenty - according to new research from New York University. Their team of dental researchers recently found... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Manic Market, Innovation Cycle, Alzheimer?s Blockbuster, Reader Outrage, an
2010-05-27 23:40:00
Why Mr. Market is going manic? Oh, to be 28-years-old again: How one company is aiming to make it happen? The ?innovation cycle? in a down economy? The Alzheimer?s ?blockbuster?? dial an organ? and a cure for deafness? Our ?detachment from all that is decent?? readers outraged by our take on BP? our candid response.
GPS Technology in Shoes to Track Alzheimer's Patients
2009-06-11 14:47:00
From Newlaunches.com: Alzheimer patients are like small children in the house. It is very difficult to keep a track of them. They tend to live in their own world and can wander off if you don't keep a track of them. Aetrex Worldwide and GTS Corp have now teamed up to put GPS transm
Kristen Bell Up The Temperature of Alzheimer?s Association?s 17th Annual
2009-03-05 13:55:00
Kristen Bell made an appearance at the Alzheimer?s Association?s 17th Annual ?A Night At Sardi?s? in Beverly Hills, wearing a gorgeous strapless multi-colored layered dress that definitely upped the temperature in the room.The event was in honor of the producers of Fox Sports and the TV show ?Friday Night Lights?.Other than Kristen, other celebrity supporters of the charity include Jason Alexander, Kristen Bell, Vanessa Williams, Dick Van Dyke, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Chiklis and William Shatner, most of whom were also present that evening.Kristen Bell - Gorgeous at Alzheimer's Association's 17th Annual
8 Ways to Feed Your Brain, Healthy Mind
2008-12-18 13:09:00
It really is all in your head?all 3 pounds and 100 billion neurons of it, that super biocomputer affectionately known as the brain. And now that Americans live, on average, for 78 years (three decades longer than they did in 1900), it doesn?t take, well, a brain surgeon to figure out that nurturing the brain?s health ...
Fitness and the Brain: Can a Walk a Day Keep Alzheimer's Away?
2008-11-25 15:48:00
From Scientific American: In the U.S. some five million people have Alzheimer's disease and 10 million boomers will be at risk for memory problems over their lifetime. Worldwide, more than 100 million people may have Alzheimer's by the year 2050. As clinicians, we have learned to r
Grandmother With Alzheimer?s Suddenly Registers to Vote in Ohio
2008-10-30 12:57:00
-By Warner Todd Huston Vote fraud in Ohio is running rampant. Now it appears that folks living in nursing homes are being registered as voters no matter in what medical state they exist. Chrystal Brown, granddaughter of an Alzheimer’s afflicted, 95-year-old woman, found out that her grandmother had registered to vote despite that she has never ...
Suggested daily dosage of supplements in treating Alzheimer?s disease
2008-07-21 06:06:00
Gingko Biloba ? 3 to 4 tablets per day, 1 before each meal. Stimulates circulation in brain, carrying oxygen and nutrients to the neurons. Royal Jelly ? 3 per day. ½ hour before each meal. Contains the Vitamin B complex, in addition to other?excellent. Nutrients for the brain. Vitamin C ? 3 per day. 1 before each ...
Nutrients needed to treat Alzheimer?s disease and senility
2008-07-14 06:32:00
Gingko Biloba. This plant plays an important role in stimulating circulation in the brain which is responsible for transporting oxygen and other nutrients to the neurons. A great number of studies done by French and German researchers demonstrate the efficiency of this plant in the treatment of Alzheimer?s and senility.   One of the studies was carried ...
Causes and Symptoms of Alzheimer?s and Senility
2008-07-04 08:22:00
Alzheimer?s disease is a type of insanity in which the capacities of lucidity and memory deteriorate little by little, interfering with life?s normal activities.
World?s Oldest Woman Had Normal Brain
2008-06-23 21:53:00
A 115-year-old woman who remained mentally alert throughout her life had an essentially normal brain, with little or no evidence of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study in the August issue of Neurobiology of Aging. The findings question the assumption that Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia will inevitably develop, if people live long ...
Fake bus stop stops stray Alzheimer patients.
2008-06-09 18:05:00
The idea was first tried by the Benrath senior citizens home in Düsseldorf where the staff placed a fake bus stop sign at the sidewalk near the premises. The only difference between the Benrath sign and the real deal is that no buses stop at Benrath. The Benrath staff took to installing the fake sign as an attempt at solving the problem of old patients going astray trying to return to their previous homes or families, often to be collected by the police and brought back to the home at Bentrath. The patients are old, and their memories of recent events are often non-existant. Their long term memories, however, are often very clear to them. It seems they recognize the bus stop sign, remembering they used to take the bus to go home. Now, if they stray into the street, they wait patiently by the bus stop, soon forgetting why they went outside in the first place. Then they are collected by the staff, and brought inside again. The idea has apparently proved so successful it's tested in o...
Según estudio, el «olvido acelerado» sería un signo precoz de Alzheimer
2008-06-05 02:15:00
Los individuos con deterioro cognitivo leve mostraron déficits, pero los que consultaban por problemas de memoria obtuvieron resultados similares a los normales. Sin embargo, a las seis semanas, más de la mitad de los individuos que se quejaban de pr ... Link: Enchílame: publicadas Tags: individuos, deterioro, cognitivo, leve, mostraron, déficits,, pero, consultaban, problemas, memoria, obtuvieron, resultados, ...
Rosemary protects against Alzheimer
2008-06-03 12:49:00
Scientists at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research in California have found that the herb rosemary fights off free-radical damage in the brain. The carnosic acid (CA) in the plant protects the brain from chemicals which can cause degeneration. Scientists also believe this acid protects against Alzheimer’s and normal brain ageing. Because it’s a naturally ...
Researchers develop vaccine that stops Alzheimer?s in mice
2008-05-20 09:28:00
Washington, May 20 (ANI): Researchers from University of Rochester Medical Centre have developed a new vaccine, which triggers an immune response that may protect against Alzheimer’s without causing inflammation or significant side effects. The team conducted their study using a mouse model with Alzheimer’s-like pathology and found that the vaccinated mice generated an immune response to ...
Mom with Alzheimer?s
2008-05-19 03:12:00
Please pray that my Mom’s suffering with Alzheimer’s disease will be lessened and a cure for this horrible disease will one day be found. Thank you and I will pray for all of you to receive God’s intercession. - John from Cleveland, OH, USA
Prairie Lodge of Brooklyn Center: A New Option for Alzheimer?s Behavioral C
2008-05-13 19:04:00
“After going from crisis to crisis, Joan is finally in a place where they have the time and training to really help,” said her husband, Terry, 76, a retired math teacher and businessman from Shoreview.  “How many places can you get kicked out of?  Let’s see, for us it was four in one year.” . ...
Ziekte van Alzheimer op jongere leeftijd agressiever
2008-05-05 16:30:00
Er zijn sterke aanwijzingen dat er meerdere vormen van de ziekte van Alzheimer zijn. De ziekte van Alzheimer verloopt bij mensen jonger dan 65 jaar sneller en agressiever dan bij oudere mensen. Bij deze groep van jongere patiënten neemt het hersenvolume sneller af, waardoor er eerder ernstige dementie optreedt. Dit kan leiden tot een snellere opname in een verpleeghuis en een lagere verwachte levensduur. Dat concluderen onderzoekers van het Alzheimercentrum VU medisch centrum in het jubileumnummer van het vooraanstaande blad Neurology, dat 6 mei verschijnt.
A Fit Brain Keeps Baby Boomers Living Longer
2008-05-04 02:19:00
Dr. Michel Noir is a cognitive psychologist with a creative background, including having authored 15 books on subjects ranging from art to mysteries to cognitive exercises. He previously had a distinguished career in government and received his Graduate Diploma, Advanced Graduate Diploma, and Master’s in Public Law from Paris Law Faculty. He later received an Advanced Graduate Diploma in Political Science and a Ph.D in Educational Sciences from Lyon II University. Dr. Noir is the CEO of Happy Neuron www.happy-neuron.com. Guest Blogger Michel Noir--As the 78 million baby boomers in the U.S. turn 60 and the prevalence of diseases like Alzheimer’s continues to grow, the idea of using brain fitness programs to keep minds healthy and sharp has become wildly popular. Naturally, the concept of exercising one’s mind brings up many important questions. Following are some of the most common questions that I, and my colleagues at Happy Neuron, receive that will hopefully...
I Get By with a Little Help from My Friends
2008-05-02 18:25:00
Pajamadeen?s been going through a few changes lately. The blog is being upgraded behind the scenes, and Pajamadeen?s apparently been upgraded in the eyes of her parental unit, known to most people as a mother.
Curry--The Gateway To Vibrant Health
2008-04-24 13:47:00
Bombay-native Raghavan Iyer, a Certified Culinary Professional (CCP), and a member of The International Association of Culinary Professionals, has acquired degrees in Chemistry (Bombay University), Hotel, and Restaurant Management (Michigan State University). Fluent in six languages, he is a cookbook author, culinary educator and consultant to numerous national and international clients, and leads food and cultural tours to India. Iyer is the author of Betty Crocker’s Indian Home Cooking (Wiley, 2001) and The Turmeric Trail: Recipes and Memories from an Indian Childhood (St. Martin’s Press, 2002) – 2003 James Beard Awards Finalist: Best International Cookbook. His latest book is 660 Curries: The Gateway to Indian Cooking (Workman Publishing, 2008).  He received the highly coveted 2004 International Association of Culinary Professional’s Award of Excellence (formerly the Julia Child Awards) for Cooking Teacher of the Year, and was a Fi...
Alzheimer
2008-04-18 00:00:00
Alzheimer hastal???, günlük ya?amsal aktivitelerde azalma ve bili?sel yeteneklerde bozulma ile karakterize, nöropsikiyatrik semptomlar?n ve davran?? de?i?ikliklerinin e?lik etti?i nörodejenaratif bir hastal?kt?r.En s?k görülen tipi demanst?r. Çok dikkat çekici, erken semptomlardan biri haf?za kayb?d?r. Bu haf?za kayb?, geçmi? haf?zan?n korundu?u, hastal???n ilerlemesi ile birlikte s?kl?kla telaffuz edilmeye ba?lanan küçük unutkanl?klar?n ba?lamas? ...
Early Dementia Often Caused by Autoimmune Disorders
2008-04-16 18:35:00
Dementia in patients who are younger than 45 years of age is often caused by degenerative, metabolic or autoimmune diseases, Dr. Brendan Kelley, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, told attendees at the 60th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, being held this week in Chicago.Kelley and colleagues searched the Mayo Clinic database for patients who began to develop dementia between 17 and 45 years that was not related to trauma, brain infections or mental retardation. They identified 235 such patients receiving care between 1996 and 2006. The average age at dementia onset was 34.7 years.Neurodegenerative causes accounted for dementia in 29.8 percent of the group, frontotemporal dementia occurred in 13.2 percent and Alzheimer's disease was seen in less than 1 percent," data presented by Kelley showed.Autoimmune-inflammatory- causes, including multiple sclerosis, accounted for 21.2 percent. Inborn errors of metabolism were identified in 10.6 percent.At the last ...
Early Dementia Often Caused by Autoimmune Disorders
2008-04-16 18:35:00
Dementia in patients who are younger than 45 years of age is often caused by degenerative, metabolic or autoimmune diseases, Dr. Brendan Kelley, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, told attendees at the 60th annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, being held this week in Chicago.Kelley and colleagues searched the Mayo Clinic database for patients who began to develop dementia between 17 and 45 years that was not related to trauma, brain infections or mental retardation. They identified 235 such patients receiving care between 1996 and 2006. The average age at dementia onset was 34.7 years.Neurodegenerative causes accounted for dementia in 29.8 percent of the group, frontotemporal dementia occurred in 13.2 percent and Alzheimer's disease was seen in less than 1 percent," data presented by Kelley showed.Autoimmune-inflammatory- causes, including multiple sclerosis, accounted for 21.2 percent. Inborn errors of metabolism were identified in 10.6 percent.At the last ...
Enbrel: Un nuevo avance en el tratamiento del Alzheimer
2008-04-14 02:15:00
Tanto para las personas afectadas por el Alzheimer y sus familiares, esta es una enfermedad devastadora, así que cada nuevo descubrimiento respecto a este mal parece ser un avance. Investigadores estadounidenses están probando una droga de nombre Enb ... Link: FayerWayer Tags: Tanto, para, personas, afectadas, Alzheimer, familiares,, esta, enfermedad, devastadora,, cada, nuevo, descubrimiento, respecto, este, parece, avance. Investigadores, ...
How My Uncle Recovered From His Alzheimer’s Disease!
2008-04-09 07:00:00
Dementia is a hot topic and with an aging population it is not surprising that Alzheimer’s disease takes center stage when age related conditions are discussed; other forms of dementia are often forgotten even though they are all important. The current figures show that of people aged 65 and over, 10 percent are suffering from ...
The Rise of Alzheimer’s! and The Reversal Technique!
2008-04-09 07:00:00
In only a very short space of time, Alzheimer’s disease has become a major player in diseases affecting the elderly; it is the most notable despite there being many other types of dementia that are age related. The current figures show that of people aged 65 and over, 10 percent are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease; ...
Charlton Heston, Ben Hur, ha ceduto al morbo di Alzheimer, Notizie dal mond
2008-04-07 21:09:00
Autore: Ultime Notizie Agenzia di pubblicità Oggetto: Charlton Heston, Ben Hur, ha ceduto al morbo di Alzheimer Inviato: Mar Apr 08, 2008 6:09 am (GMT 11) L'uomo tutto muscoli ha ceduto al morbo di Alzheimer: Charlton Heston, il Ben Hur del cinema, è morto a 84 anni dopo aver lottato contro qualcosa più forte di lui. Quasi un se­gno del destino, ch", tanto l'aveva pre­so per mano e fatto salire sul tetto del mondo, nell'Olimpo degli attori "immortali". Il grande attore di Hol­lywood ha chiuso gli occhi per sem­pre a casa sua, a Beverly Hills, con al fianco la moglie Lydia. Icona di kolossal e muscoli, He­ston nella sua lunghissima carriera aveva girato oltre 100 fIlm, tra i qua­li pezzi da cineteca come I dieci co­mandamenti (1957), Sierra Charriba ('64), Il pianeta delle scimmie ('68), I sopravvissuti ('73), I tre moschettieri ('73) e Airport '75 ('74)."Ma anche la­vori moderni come Ogni maledetta domenica di Oliver Stone ('99) e True lies di James Cameron ('94). O...
Dementia Linked to Diabetes and Hypertension
2008-04-07 05:44:00
While most people fear Alzheimer?s disease as they age, surprising new findings indicate that up to one-third of dementia patients may have dementia due to small blood vessel damage to their brains which is most commonly associated with high blood pressure (hypertension) and diabetes.
Keep Alzheimer?s at bay with a cup of coffee
2008-04-03 18:31:00
A daily dose of caffeine blocks the disruptive effects of high cholesterol that scientists link with Alzheimer’s disease.
Daffodils and Dementia
2008-04-03 06:27:00
My mother had written ?over there? on a piece of paper. Pointing ?over there,? she asked: ?What are those?? ?Daffodils,? was the reply. When asked, Jane spelled the word, as my mother slowly wrote it down. Then the process was repeated with azaleas, and another flower. My mother was desperately trying to keep the images and the words alive. If she wrote them down, perhaps the memories would remain, just a little longer.
La virilidad y el alzheimer
2008-03-17 10:58:00
En el mundo actual se está invirtiendo cinco veces más en medicamentos para la virilidad masculina y silicona para mujeres que en la cura del Alzheimer.De aquí en algunos años tendremos viejas de tetas grandes y viejos con pene duro, pero ninguno de ellos se acordará para que sirven.
Potential Alzheimer?s Disease Drug Target Identified
2008-03-15 11:06:00
In findings with the potential to provide a therapy for Alzheimer?s disease patients where none now exist, a researcher at the University of California, San Diego and colleagues have demonstrated in mice a way to reduce the overproduction of a peptide associated with the disease. The study, which showed substantial improvement in memory in an animal model of Alzheimer?s disease, was led by Vivian Y. H. Hook, Ph.D., professor of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and professor of neurosciences, pharmacology and medicine at the UCSD School of Medicine, together with American Life Science Pharmaceuticals of San Diego. The study will be published in the March 21 edition of the Journal of Biological Chemistry, online March 14. A hallmark sign of Alzheimer?s disease, seen during autopsy of a patient?s brain, is the accumulation of amyloid plaque deposits composed primarily of the neurotoxic beta-amyloid (A?) peptide which is believed to be a major factor in ...
Book Review & Giveaway: The Comfort of Home for Alzheimer’s Dise
2008-03-10 15:28:00
~ This post is in participation with The Ultimate Blog Party. ~ Because I have not had anyone real close to me have Alzheimer’s, I can only imagine the pain and confusion it brings about for the whole family and friends who do not understand this disease.   This book, The Comfort of Home for Alzheimer’s Disease: A Guide for Caregivers, is an excellent resource.  What I like about this book, is it is not overwhelming, but easy to read, and a one-word term for it would be “handbook”.  It’s not a book you have to read cover to cover, but you can page through, look at chapter headings and read what concerns you or what you have questions about.  Throughout the book, topics are highlighted as “NOTES” and “TIPS” to easily find later.  The book includes checklists, documents to copy and free and low-cost resources.  Here are is the table of contents: Part One Getting Ready Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease Preparing the Ho...
To be remembered: Kristen Bell’s Boobs can cure Alzheimer!
2008-03-09 15:11:00
It seems Christen Bell mighty boobs can make miracles! Treating Alzheimer is just one of them… It has been medically proven that if you like something very, very much, you have 95% to remember that certain thing even when you’re going to be 80 years old! So I was thinking why not use Kristen Bell fanbags as a therapy for Alzheimer? Believe me that’s something you’ll definitely never forget… just have a peek at her “puppies”! Sure they’re not as big as those of Kim Kardashian’s, or Lindsay Lohan’s, or Jessica Simpson’s, but sometimes shape is what matter most – better then size! By the way, Kristen Bell was present at the Alzheimer Association's 16th annual A Night at Sardi's event and she showed a very delicious cleavage sight for the viewers – even though no one would really remember her in the morning! It’s not very often we get the pleasure to simply stare at Kristen Bell’s treasures, so this should be a very good moment to save these pictures som...
Rosemary Kills Childhood Cancer Cells
2008-03-08 21:55:00
The garden herb rosemary, long used in the kitchen and herbal pharmacy has been found to kill cells of a leukemia childhood cancer. Native to the Mediterranean and a member of the mint family, rosemary is grown throughout Europe and the United States.  An evergreen shrub, its name comes from the Latin ros marinus or "sea dew."   The herb's leaves are minced and cooked, as with chicken, or used as a tisane.  It is thought to be high in iron, calcium, and Vitamin B6.Egyptians included rosemary in the wrappings of mummies and brides have inserted springs of the herb into bridal bouquets. During the Middle Ages in France, rosemary was burned with juniper inside hospitals to kill bacteria. Historically, rosemary has been used by herbalists to jog the memory, ease muscle pain, invigorate hair follicles, and improve the circulatory and nervous systems.  It is known to affect menstruation by alleviating cramps and inducing miscarriage. ...
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