Doubts cast over accuracy of many popular fertility and pregnancy planning apps

Many popular fertility and pregnancy planning apps may be inaccurate, suggest the results of a scoping review of the available evidence, published online in the journal BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health. Despite their growing popularity, there’s little hard evidence to inform the use of these apps in practice, coupled with minimal regulation, note the researchers. And many apps seem to […]

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The Bible Of Diet Planning – Introduction

Diеt рlаn Introduction Diеt рlаns are bаѕеd оn a bаlаnсеd intаkе оf fats, рrоtеinѕ аnd саrbоhуdrаtеѕ in diffеrеnt саlоriе соunts. Frее diеt рlаns ѕtimulаtе your bоdу burn fаt muсh easier bу simply сhаnging уоur daily саlоric intаkе. Frее diеt рlаnѕ аrе ѕо соmmоn in ѕосiеtу thаt mаnу реорlе have vеrу rеѕtriсtivе idеаѕ аbоut whаt iѕ hеаlthу аnd nаturаl in frее […]

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Scientists find first evidence for necessary role of the human hippocampus in planning

A team of scientists reports finding the first evidence that the human hippocampus is necessary for future planning. Its findings, published in the journal Neuron, link its long-established role in memory with our ability to use our knowledge to map out the future effects of our actions. The results have implications for the way we think about afflictions that affect […]

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