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MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — A vehicle laden with explosives rammed into cars and trucks at a checkpoint leading to the entrance of the Presidential Palace in Somalia, killing at least eight people, police said Saturday.
The checkpoint is the one used by Somalia’s president and prime minister on their way to and from the airport in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu.
Improving air quality reduces the risks of dementia and Alzheimer
© Supplied by Cover Media Improving air quality would reduce the risks of dementia and Alzheimer according to several studies, the improvement of The quality of the air can stimulate brain functions and reduce the risk of dementia. It is the first accumulated evidence that show that pollution reduction is associated with a lower risk of all causes confounded and alzheimer disease.
Nine other people were wounded in the bombing, police spokesman Abdifatah Adam Hassan said.
The al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group has claimed responsibility. The group often carries out such attacks in the capital.
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1 Where are the differences between Alzheimer's and dementia? Or are the two concepts for the same disease? © Under dementia, 50 diseases are summarized / image: (c) Mary Long - Stock.adobe.com Under dementia 50 diseases are summarized / image: (c) Mary Long - Stock.adobe.com It's right that in the Everyday speech usage dementia and Alzheimer's commonly equivalent to be used. Nevertheless, it is not one and the same disease. Because Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia.