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HAHighways Act 1980 (UK)
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HAHaute Activité (French: High Activity; radioactivity)
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HAHatch Act of 1887
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HAHospitalman Apprentice (US Navy rating)
HAHyper-Androgenism
HAHalifax Academy (Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina)
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HAHanford Operations Office (Department of Energy)
HAHowey Academy (Florida)
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Persistent stress can lead to hippocampal atrophy because of the abundance of glucocorticoid receptors in the hippocampus.
[12,13] This long-term stress may result to hippocampal atrophy, which inhibits genesis of new neurons in the dentate gyrus.
A metaanalysis of hippocampal atrophy rates in Alzheimer's disease.
Wu, "Accelerated hippocampal atrophy rates in stable and progressive amnestic mild cognitive impairment," Psychiatry Research Neuroimaging, vol.
Vannier, "Hippocampal atrophy in recurrent major depression," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
So drinking 21 units a week for men means they are three times more likely to have hippocampal atrophy than abstainers.
Higher normal fasting plasma glucose is associated with hippocampal atrophy: The PATH Study.
(29) Furthermore, neither gross nor microscopic brain infarcts have been shown to be associated with HS-aging, (17) and ischemia-associated pathology is not necessarily associated with hippocampal atrophy pathologically or on volumetric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies.
Heavy drinkers ran a high risk of hippocampal atrophy, a type of brain damage that can cause Alzheimer's disease and dementia due to an impact on the spatial navigation.
And the more a person drank, the more likely they were to have hippocampal atrophy - a form of brain damage that affects memory and spatial navigation, which is regarded as an early marker for Alzheimer's disease.
Use of other drugs such as heroine, cocaine, opiate, or MDMA have been associated with bilateral globus pallidus lesions, (18,19) and bilateral hippocampal atrophy has also been shown with chronic ecstacy use.