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Analysis of ‘virginity pledges’ Adolescents who indication a ‘virginity pledge’ and then go on to have got premarital sex will probably disavow having signed such a pledge, according to an evaluation of study data by Harvard School of Public Wellness researcher Janet Rosenbaum published in the advance online edition of the American Journal of Public Health’s June 2006 concern . Conversely, adolescents who have had premarital sex and decide to make a virginity pledge will probably misreport their earlier sexual background. This misreporting of sexual encounter will make it hard to accurately assess virginity pledges’ effects on early sexual activity, according to the author.

To make this discovery, the researchers used two sets of mice that make the abnormal tau protein that accumulates in Alzheimer’s sufferers. One group was anesthetized, and one group had not been. A complete week after anesthesia, the two groups were compared for the amount of tau protein clumps within their brain cells. The anesthetized group had even more of these clumps than the group that had not been anesthetized. Furthermore, in mice displaying advanced signs of the condition, the build up of tau proteins happened quicker than in those in the early stages.

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