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Dogs Too Smart to Follow Useless Advice

FRIDAY, Oct. 14, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Dogs are less likely than children to follow useless instructions, researchers say.

In experiments with 40 pet dogs, the Yale University team found that dogs only copy a person's actions if doing so is essential to getting what they want. This is not true of children.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy Shrinks the Brain

MONDAY, Jan. 12 (HealthDay News) -- Two studies looking at the same group of women found that while hormone therapy is linked with brain shrinkage, it does not seem to be associated with early signs of cerebrovascular disease.

This suggests that hormone therapy's effect on brain volume, not its effect on the brain lesions that indicate "silent strokes," is the mechanism by which hormones increase the risk for dementia in women over 65.

"These are a nice companion to cognitive studies reported earlier. This is now neuroradiological evidence that, together, suggest that the effect [of hormones] may be more degeneration than vascular," said Miriam Weber, an assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation and of neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

These papers, both published in the Jan. 13 issue of Neurology, are the latest in a parade of analyses resulting from the hormone therapy arm of the landmark, government-sponsored Women's Health Initiative study.

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