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While slogging through the snow, slipping around and trying not to fall on the ice or sitting in gridlocked traffic reduced to one lane because of that upcoming snowbank, not to worry: We still have our newsy diversions. For instance: what's up with that Yale cop who observed Yale student Tahj Blow coming out of a campus library, followed him, raised his gun at him and ordered him onto the ground?
NEW HAVEN >> The immune cells that surround the plaques believed to cause Alzheimer's disease may help prevent progression of the disease, according to a Yale School of Medicine study. That is the opposite of the approach most researchers have taken, believing that the cells, called microglia, were causing inflammation that assisted the progression of Alzheimer's dementia.