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Prozac Rejuvenates the Brain
This drug is better known as an antidepressant. But Prozac has been found by a new study published in the journal Science to restore old brain cells to a more plastic youthful stage. "The work raises the distant prospect that it could be used to treat other conditions caused by malfunction of brain... Read More

Women with Menstrual Issues Are Better Athletes
Women's menstrual cycles may be painful, but their muscles are not. Polycystic ovary syndrome (POS) seems to make women better athletes, a Swedish research has revealed. POS leads to either no periods at all or irregular periods, but these symptoms are normal in sportive women and are normally... Read More

Chocolate Lowers Cholesterol
Since childhood, you've been hearing that chocolate destroys your teeth and makes you fat, but now, a now a series of researches have been made to show the beneficial health effects of chocolate. There is only one condition though: it must have as much cocoa as possible, even up to 60-75%. Thus... Read More

Vitamin D Is Involved in Brain Development and Activity
We associate vitamin D with calcium metabolism and bone strength but, in fact, this molecule has many other roles in the organism from which we can enumerate: it controls tissue differentiation during development and immunity. More than 900 different genes can attach to the vitamin D receptor, which... Read More

The Analysis of Your Urine Tells Where You Are From
As expected, urine differs in composition depending on what you eat or drink (that without even mentioning the way in which alcohol and coffee impact on it). Moreover, a new research carried out by a team led by Elaine Holmes, Professor of Chemical Biology at the Imperial College London (ICL) and... Read More

Acupuncture, Breast Health and Medication
The Chinese people has been successfully employing acupuncture for over 4 millenia. Now, the western world has also started to discover its benefits. Acupuncture seems to be the best way of relieving hot flushes present in breast cancer patients treated with the anti-estrogen tamoxifen following... Read More

Breakthrough in Stem Cell Research and Female Infertility Treatment
Radiation and chemotherapy employed for stopping cancers often put an end to the function of the ovaries, leading to early menopause, accompanied by osteoporosis, low sex drive and sterility. Nevertheless, a new technique of growing human eggs in the laboratory developed by a team at the Edinburgh... Read More

Ozone Pollution Shortens People's Life
Up into the stratosphere, the ozone layer protects life on Earth by reflecting harmful UV light. But in the troposphere (lower atmosphere), another ozone story takes place. Short-term exposure to current ozone concentrations seems to kill people earlier, as signaled by a new National Research... Read More

Women Sleep More Than Men
She sleeps more but she falls asleep with more difficulty. A new report released by the The Statistics Canada has found that men sleep an average of 8 hours and 7 minutes per night, compared to 8 hours and 18 minutes in the case of women. But while 25% of the men face trouble when becoming asleep,... Read More

World's Hot Spots of Longevity
At the moment, the American life expectancy is of 77.8 years, but the number is expected to plummet due to the current obesity pandemics. However, there are zones on our planet where people live like in fairy tales, holding the secret of eternal youth. Dan Buettner has been tracking down world'... Read More

The Largest Female Facial Tumor Ever
This is a female record: the 15-year-old Dao Thi Lai from Vietnam has a 15-pound (7 kg) tumor. The huge tumor started to develop when she was just three and it has now covered a large part of her face and neck; soon, it could make her blind and block her air passages. Nevertheless, the girl does... Read More

Breakthrough: Losing Weight While Not Cutting Down on Eating
This could be the dream of any junk food lover and sport hating couch potato: becoming slim without decreasing food consumption. In a research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, an Australian team has found a possible way of losing weight without limiting food intake,... Read More

Cola Is Bad for Your Bones
Junk food and cola are part of the standard diet for any cool kid. Nevertheless, it turns out that cola is compromising the strength of their bones, as revealed by a new research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition."There is enough evidence that high consumption of soda and... Read More

Soon, an Anti-Nicotine Vaccine
5.4 million people die annually because of diseases caused by tobacco smoking, which means about one person every 8 seconds. On top of that, the number of these deaths is increasing in low-income countries. Tobacco smoke contains tar, a mix of about 4,000 chemicals. 43 of these molecules are known... Read More

Why Drunk People Show No Fear
It is clear that alcohol consumption can turn a gentleman into a rude beast. For the first time, a new research study published in The Journal of Neuroscience explains why. Social drinkers intoxicated with alcohol have lowered sensitivity in brain nuclei controlling threat detection, while... Read More

Your Number of Fat Cells Is the Same Since Adolescence
Whether you look like Peter Doherty or Michael Moore, there is a fixed number of fat cells in your body since adolescence, as revealed by a new research published in the journal Nature and carried out at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.This number of adipocytes (fat cells) seems to be achieved... Read More

Do You Want Nice Skin? Tomato Is the Secret.
Here's a possible explanation for the fact that Italians are famous for their Don Juan-esque qualities: the pizza and spaghetti sauce makes them look more attractive, granting them a shiny skin devoid of sunburn and wrinkles. A new research presented at the British Society for Investigative... Read More

Finger Regenerated Using Pig Bladder Extract
The process of regenerating fingers would not benefit only injured soldiers or hurt civilians, but could also be a first step on the way of regenerating entire limbs or damaged parts of skin (in the case of scars), hearts and spinal cords. Some animals can regenerate their limbs naturally, like the... Read More

Night Club Hallucinogen, the Best Drug Against Depression
Modern life and the rapid pace at which it evolves have created many unadapted individuals. At the moment, over 121 million people worldwide experience severe depression, which is also the main cause of suicide. Annually, more people commit suicide than are killed in wars, terrorist attacks and... Read More

Breastfeeding Boosts the Child's Intelligence
Currently, in many western countries, less than 1% of women breastfeed continuously for the first six months of the baby's life. In the UK, the category most prone to breastfeeding was found to be formed of well educated, professional women, older than 30 and mothers for the first time. The... Read More

The "Hunger Hormone" Makes You Perceive Food as More Delicious
This gut-released hormone has already been called "the hunger hormone" but what we must know about it is that ghrelin not only increases appetite, it also makes you perceive food as more appealing, as signaled by a new research published in the Cell Metabolism journal. Functional magnetic resonance... Read More

Dogs Boost Kids' Immunity
The dog may be man's best friend, but sometimes this can be true in ways you would not have expected. A new research published in the European Respiratory Journal shows that young kids having a pet dog may have a stronger immune system that could protect them against asthma and other allergies.... Read More

Why Having Big Buttocks Is Good for Your Health
We are told that an increased Body Mass Index (BMI) makes us prone to a large array of diseases. But, as it turns out, fat located under the skin, especially on the buttocks, seems to actually decrease the chances of developing type 2 diabetes, as signaled by a new research published in the Cell... Read More

HIV Detected in Spit
A breakthrough in testing for HIV has been achieved: no more blood analysis is required, since a new saliva-based test comes with results in just 20 minutes, as described in the PLoS Medicine journal. The new technique uses the oral mucosal transudate (OMT), a liquid released at the base of the gums... Read More

Brain and Short Legs
Being called "shorty" is hard to stand as it is. But this is probably the least of concerns: people with shorter arms and legs are more prone to Alzheimer's disease, probably because of a low quality of nutrition in childhood, as revealed by a new study published in the Neurology journal. "Arm... Read More

Mercury Contamination and Autism
For decades, mercury pollution has been linked to many diseases. This heavy metal is known to attack the nervous system. With all that, a new study published in the Health & Place journal connects industrial mercury pollution to higher risk of autism and, for the first time ever, reveals a link... Read More

Do You Want Big Muscles? Eat Spinach to Get Them.
In the end, they were right when they gave Popeye, the cartoon sailor, spinach instead of garlic as enhancement for his supernatural powers. For long, spinach was said to be rich in calcium and iron (later researches proved this was just rubbish), but a new research has, for the first time, proved... Read More

Common Weedkiller Causes Reproductive Issues in Humans
Weedkiller was already known to cause reproductive issues in frogs and fish. Now it turns out that atrazine, the second most widely used weedkiller in the U.S., has also been connected to impaired hormonal signaling in human cells, as revealed by a new research made at the University of California... Read More

Anorexia Boosts the Risk of Suicide
Anorexia is not necessarily an issue exclusively connected to food ingestion. More than an eating disease, it is a mental problem. A new research published in the Psychosomatic Medicine medical journal connects anorexia nervosa with an increased risk of suicide. "Suicidal ideas and behaviors by... Read More

Lubricants Paralyze Sperm Cells
Do you want a kid? If your answer to this is in the positive, it's time you forgot about lubricants, at least about some of the commercially available ones. As signaled by a new research presented at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists annual meeting, in New Orleans, some... Read More

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