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International Business Times
Mosaics in 'Pompeii of the East' reveal moment of destruction that crushed a city 1,200 years ago frozen moments in time," write study authors Achim Lichtenberger of the Univers
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
frozen moments in time," write study authors Achim Lichtenberger of the University of Münster, Germany, and Rubina Raja of Aarhus University, Denmark. The building was centred around a rectangular room with an arch, opening onto a courtyard. It... Read more
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Daily Mail
Archaeologists discover 1,000-old Viking ring fortress in Denmarksingle molecules. A narrow laser beam can be used to map physical features wit
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
single molecules. A narrow laser beam can be used to map physical features with very high resolution. Researchers from Aarhus University discovered the fort using LiDAR technology, which revealed the tell-tale geometric outline of a ring... Read more
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International Business Times
1,000-year-old massive, perfectly circular Viking fortress discovered in Denmark was lacking then to verify whether it really was a Trelleborg-type fortress, st
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
was lacking then to verify whether it really was a Trelleborg-type fortress, study author Søren Michael Sindbæk of Aarhus University, told IBTimes UK. "That is the most beautiful aspect of our results – the suspicion that this could have... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
The farmer’s new friend could be good for everyone: super-precise dronesNow, a research team from Aarhus University in Denmark has come up with a way t
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 11 days ago
Now, a research team from Aarhus University in Denmark has come up with a way to pinpoint the precise nitrogen needs of individual plants by looking at the way light reflects off a plant’s leaves, which is pretty cool. Normally knowing how much... Read more
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Newsmax
Resistance Training May Slow MSbrain areas actually started to grow in response to training," said Dalgas, an
Newsmax / Posted 11 days ago
brain areas actually started to grow in response to training," said Dalgas, an associate professor of public health at Aarhus University in Denmark. MS is a potentially disabling disease of the central nervous system. It occurs when the immune... Read more
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express
Robots to cure leukaemia? Microscopic nano-bots could be injected into veins in FIVE yearsdeveloping calls alone - such as hair follicles - which suffer during other typ
express / Posted 16 days ago
developing calls alone - such as hair follicles - which suffer during other types of cancer treatment. Jørgen Kjems at Aarhus University in Denmark, noted: “The next step will be to ensure the DNA nanorobot can withstand the destructive... Read more
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Daily Mail
Resistance training slows progression of MS and grows the brainto be reversed in small areas. Study author associate professor Ulrik Dalgas,
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
to be reversed in small areas. Study author associate professor Ulrik Dalgas, from the Department of Public Health at Aarhus University, said: 'Over the past six years, we have been pursuing the idea that physical training has effects on more... Read more
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Medical News Today
Multiple sclerosis: Resistance training may reduce brain atrophyincrease in the volume of certain brain regions. Study co-author Prof. Ulrik D
Medical News Today / Posted 17 days ago
increase in the volume of certain brain regions. Study co-author Prof. Ulrik Dalgas, of the Department of Public Health at Aarhus University in Denmark, and colleagues say that their study is the first to suggest that physical activity can protect... Read more
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New Kerala
Strength training cuts progression of multiple sclerosis: newkerala news #259140training can relieve many of the symptoms, including the excessive fatigue and
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
training can relieve many of the symptoms, including the excessive fatigue and mobility impairments that are often seen. Aarhus University, Aarhus University Hospital, the University of Southern Denmark and the University Medical Center... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Resistance training may have protective effect on the brain in multiple sclerosis patientsthus slow the progression of the disease. This is the main finding of a study
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
thus slow the progression of the disease. This is the main finding of a study conducted by a research partnership between Aarhus University, Aarhus University Hospital, the University of Southern Denmark and the University Medical Center... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Two new studies expand understanding of link between PD and gastrointestinal dysfunctionlead investigator Per Borghammer, MD, PhD, DMSc, Department of Clinical Medicin
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 days ago
lead investigator Per Borghammer, MD, PhD, DMSc, Department of Clinical Medicine - Positron Emission Tomography Center, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. "The difference in CTT was more pronounced in the transverse, descending, and... Read more
23d
News-Medical-Net
Study finds no significant benefits of cooling down cardiac arrest patients for 48 hoursA five per cent difference in favor of the 48 hours. This is the result of a st
News-Medical-Net / Posted 23 days ago
A five per cent difference in favor of the 48 hours. This is the result of a study from Aarhus University that has spent several years examining the possible benefits of cooling down patients suffering cardiac arrest to 33°C for 48 hours, instead of... Read more
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express
Robots to cure leukaemia? Microscopic nano-bots could be injected into veins in FIVE yearsdeveloping calls alone - such as hair follicles - which suffer during other typ
express / Posted 23 days ago
developing calls alone - such as hair follicles - which suffer during other types of cancer treatment. Jørgen Kjems at Aarhus University in Denmark, noted: “The next step will be to ensure the DNA nanorobot can withstand the destructive... Read more
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The Hill
GOP Science chairman extolls 'benefits' of climate changebenefits to global warming would be far outweighed by drawbacks. For example,
The Hill / Posted 25 days ago
benefits to global warming would be far outweighed by drawbacks. For example, Jørgen E. Olesen, a professor at Denmark’s Aarhus University, has found that certain crops in areas like Denmark and Canada will likely fare better in a warmer... Read more
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Aljazeera
India: Manufacturing a picture-postcard Darjeelingon state TV and a smile from the chief minister's imagination. Mona Chettri is
Aljazeera / Posted 26 days ago
on state TV and a smile from the chief minister's imagination. Mona Chettri is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Aarhus University, Denmark. She is the author of "Constructing Democracy: Ethnicity and Democracy in the eastern Himalayan... Read more
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Newsmax
Antidepressants During Pregnancy Linked to Autism in Kidswhen pregnant. In a commentary on the findings, published in the BMJ British m
Newsmax / Posted 28 days ago
when pregnant. In a commentary on the findings, published in the BMJ British medical journal, Diana Schendel at Denmark's Aarhus University said the findings "should be viewed through the kaleidoscope of possible causes of autism". She said the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Study finds slight autism risk link to antidepressants in pregnancywhen pregnant. In a commentary on the findings, published in the BMJ British m
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 30 days ago
when pregnant. In a commentary on the findings, published in the BMJ British medical journal, Diana Schendel at Denmark's Aarhus University said the findings "should be viewed through the kaleidoscope of possible causes of autism". She said the... Read more
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The Scientist
Uncovering Functions of Circular RNAsmicroRNAs—tiny, noncoding molecules about 20–25 nucleotides in length. That yea
The Scientist / Posted 1 months ago
microRNAs—tiny, noncoding molecules about 20–25 nucleotides in length. That year, two studies—one by Thomas Hansen of Aarhus University in Denmark and colleagues and one by Rajewsky’s group—simultaneously reported that a circRNA transcribed... Read more
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The Scientist
Building Nanoscale Structures with DNAis the DNA origami box, developed by the groups of Kurt Gothelf and Jørgen Kjem
The Scientist / Posted 1 months ago
is the DNA origami box, developed by the groups of Kurt Gothelf and Jørgen Kjems of the Centre for DNA Nanotechnology at Aarhus University, Denmark. This box has a lid that could be unlocked by external DNA strands. In 2015, Yan’s group... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Herbal remedy for hot flashes provides better results when used differentlysaid Max Norman Tandrup Lambert, who was involved in the study at the Dept. of
Bel Marra Health / Posted 1 months ago
said Max Norman Tandrup Lambert, who was involved in the study at the Dept. of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine at Aarhus University/ Aarhus University Hospital. The researchers say that the more traditional ways of ingesting red clover... Read more
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asianage
Fermented red clover during menopause cuts risk of mood swingsPer Bendix Jeppesen, from the department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine
asianage / Posted 1 months ago
Per Bendix Jeppesen, from the department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine under the department Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark, investigated fermented red clover extract as a healthier alternative to traditional... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
This could help reduce hormonal swings during menopausePer Bendix Jeppesen, from the department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
Per Bendix Jeppesen, from the department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine under the department Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark, investigated fermented red clover extract as a healthier alternative to traditional... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Fermented red clover extract decreases number and severity of menopausal hot flushessymptoms", that researchers at the Dept. of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
symptoms", that researchers at the Dept. of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine under the Dept. Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University/ Aarhus University Hospital have published in the journal PLOS one. The study lead Professor Per Bendix... Read more
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Newsmax
Fermented Red Clover Stops Menopause Symptomseffectively prevents the hot flushes, hormonal swings, and bone loss that often
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
effectively prevents the hot flushes, hormonal swings, and bone loss that often accompany menopause. Researchers at Aarhus University found that red clover extract significantly decreases both the number and severity of daily hot flushes,... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
Second-born children more likely to get in trouble, become criminalsand sisters. The study, conducted by researchers including MIT, Northwestern U
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted 1 months ago
and sisters. The study, conducted by researchers including MIT, Northwestern University, University of Florida and Aarhus University in Denmark, looked at siblings in both Denmark and the United States. The research finds that second-born... Read more
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