The cold helps prolong life

Researchers from the Marine biological laboratory (USA) came to the conclusion that the cold helps prolong life. Scientists have found that low temperatures affect specific genes that block frost-susceptible proteins. In this case, and there is an effect of longevity. The authors of the study encouraged to look for known in biology the phenomenon: some invertebrate animals die later, fellows, […]

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6 drinks to strengthen the immune system

To strengthen immunity in the cold season is not superfluous – it is at this season an increasing number of virus and colds. Experts told about what drink is useful to drink in the winter to make her immune system stronger before the raging virus. Infusion of rose hips.The ascorbic acid content in rose hips is superior to lemons … […]

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Millions of low-risk people with diabetes may be testing their blood sugar too often

For people with Type 2 diabetes, the task of testing their blood sugar with a fingertip prick and a drop of blood on a special strip of paper becomes part of everyday life. But a new study suggests that some of them test more often than they need to. In fact, the research shows, 14 percent of people with Type […]

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To identify the edge of mental disorder proposed new

Russian scientists from the Penza state University proposed a new way to diagnose mental disorders. According to their data, the performance of the heart and brain, as well as the speech of the patient enable efficient detection of a boundary mental state. To diagnose borderline mental condition is not easy. These mental disorders are characterized by fluctuations between normality and […]

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Staying in same hospital room with a man has Winnipeg woman speaking out

A Winnipeg woman is speaking out after she was placed in the same room as a male patient for an overnight stay at St. Boniface Hospital. The practice, which both the hospital and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) say is not uncommon, takes place when necessary “to ensure timely care for patients,” according to the local health authority. “I […]

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Undiplomatic immunity: Mutation causing arterial autoimmune disease revealed

Takayasu arteritis is a disease that mainly affects female Asians at a relatively young age. It involves chronic inflammation of the aorta, and potentially leads to fatal disruption of the structures through which blood flows from the heart. Although studies have suggested a genetic component to this disease, its mechanisms have remained opaque until now. A new study led by […]

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The fight against leukemia: As brave a little girl defies the cancer

Your daughter has leukemia: This is a sentence that no mother wants to hear. Patrizia Fricke’s eleven-year-old daughter, Sienna the blood was diagnosed with cancer. From this Moment on, the lives of both change abruptly. In an interview with FOCUS Online, Fricke remembers the bad time. A simple hospital room with a bed. For the eleven-year-old Sienna, it is a […]

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Addressing research gaps could help with development of disability-inclusive workplaces

Filling key gaps in the research and understanding of the treatment of people with disabilities in the workplace could help improve employee success on the job and develop more disability-inclusive workplaces, a new review of disability research has shown. People with disabilities make up roughly 15 percent of the world’s population but much of the existing research on employment for […]

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Callback: This Christmas may the spice be with Salmonella contaminated

Callback: cardamom-a spice with Salmonella burdened Anyone who wants to at home and start the Christmas cookie baking, you should again check the ingredients. Because currently a particular cardamom is called seasoning because it may be contaminated with Salmonella. These bacteria can lead to diarrhea. Salmonella in the cardamom-a spice Cardamom is actually spices to the healthy Christmas. However, certain […]

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