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Our brains prepare us to be social while resting

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Photo: Girl looking to her side [29/05/2015] A new study by University of California - Los Angeles (UCLA) neuroscientists sheds light on why Facebook is such a popular diversion for people who feel like taking a break. Their research shows that even during quiet moments, our brains are preparing us to be socially connected to other people.Our brains prepare us to be social while resting - Read more

No consistent standards in children's hospital environments

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Photo: A colorfully painted hospital room for children [23/04/2015] The sound, light and temperature levels in pediatric hospital wards often vary, highlighting the lack of consistent environmental standards, according to a new study.No consistent standards in children's hospital environments - Read more

Could maple syrup help cut use of antibiotics?

Photo: A green maple leaf [21/04/2015] A concentrated extract of maple syrup makes disease-causing bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, according to laboratory experiments by researchers at McGill University.Could maple syrup help cut use of antibiotics? - Read more

Mountain rescue: Can resuscitation be delayed?

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Photo: An evac helicopter lands in a skiing area [01/04/2015] A team of researchers lays the foundation for new resuscitation guidelines for severely hypothermic patients in cardiac arrest.Mountain rescue: Can resuscitation be delayed? - Read more

EDCs: annual costs exceed €150 billion

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Photo: A lot of blue plastic bottles [09/03/2015] A new economic analysis found exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) likely costs the European Union €157 billion ($209 billion) a year in actual health care expenses and lost earning potential.EDCs: annual costs exceed €150 billion - Read more

Cone snail venom holds promise for medical treatments

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Photo: Man holding a cone snail in his hand [15/01/2015] The venom is extraordinary complex mixture of compounds with medicinal properties. They could be used to treat cancer and addictions.Cone snail venom holds promise for medical treatments - Read more

IBD: When genetics and environment interact

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[05/01/2015] T-cells are the guardians of our immune system. When they show changes, it can lead to severe inflammatory responses in the body. It is believed that the T-cells in persons who are affected by inflammatory bowel disease don’t work properly. Two proteins that can be found on activated T-cells and that interact with each other are now being analyzed. IBD: When genetics and environment interact - Read more

China: Climate change will slow fight against infectious diseases

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Photo: Ricefields filled with muddy water [28/11/2014] China has made significant progress increasing access to tap water and sanitation services, and has sharply reduced the burden of waterborne and water-related infectious diseases over the past two decades. However, researchers from Emory University found that climate change will blunt China's efforts at further reducing these diseases in the decades to come.China: Climate change will slow fight against infectious diseases - Read more

Population study: “We want to track the study participants over many years“

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[24/11/2014] How do diseases of civilization develop and can they be prevented when you know triggering factors? A new National Cohort should deliver answers in the coming years. The Leipzig Research Center for Civilization Diseases is involved in this study. We spoke with Dr. Kerstin Wirkner, who is going to co-supervise the study in Leipzig.Population study: “We want to track the study participants over many years“ - Read more

Cockroach Cyborgs use microphones to trace sounds

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Photo: Cockroach Cyborg [13/11/2014] North Carolina State University researchers have developed technology that allows cyborg cockroaches, or biobots, to pick up sounds with small microphones and seek out the source of the sound. The technology is designed to help emergency personnel find and rescue survivors in the aftermath of a disaster.Cockroach Cyborgs use microphones to trace sounds - Read more

 
 

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