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Which president can YOU see? Optical illusion tricks the brain into perceiving different faces in the same image Stare steadily at the top red square for just a fraction of a minute Now shift your...
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The first large prospective cohort study to examine the relationship between menopausal symptoms and bone health in postmenopausal women has found that those who experience moderate to severe hot...
2015/01/22 19:31
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Eating a handful of walnuts a day may help improve memory, concentration and information processing speed. New research from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA found that adults who consumed...
2015/01/22 16:57
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The definition of "memory" for some may revolve around studying for a test or simply recalling where they last put their car keys. However, according to Pennsylvania State University psychologists,...
2015/01/22 13:39
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Considering a run for political office? How you sound may be just as important as what you say in terms of projecting yourself as a dynamic leader. Studies led by Rosario Signorello, a postdoctoral...
2015/01/21 04:43
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Exercising the body and mind may be the best way to keep an older brain sharp, suggests a new study. “The best medicine is physical activity,” lead researcher Ralph Martins told Reuters Health. “At...
2015/01/16 06:08
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A natural protein made by immune cells may limit fibrosis and scarring in colitis, according to research published in the inaugural issue of Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology, the...
2015/01/15 08:08
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Every summer, the news reports on a bacterium called Vibrio vulnificus found in warm saltwater that causes people to get sick, or die, after they eat raw tainted shellfish or when an open wound comes...
2015/01/14 23:19
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Individualized, Patient-Centered Care Needed to Treat and Monitor People with Chronic Pain (News Medical) – An independent panel convened by the National Institutes of Health concluded that...
2015/01/14 07:57
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Dr. A. Eugene Washington has been selected as the next chancellor for health affairs and president and CEO of Duke University Health System after a nine-month search to fill the position. Washington...
2015/01/11 21:16
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At least 60 per cent of women suffer hot flashes as they go through menopause. Photo / 123RF Menopausal women who suffer hot flashes are nearly twice as likely to later suffer hip fractures, one of...
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2015/01/09 12:40
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Menopausal women who suffer hot flashes are nearly twice as likely to later suffer hip fractures, one of the most debilitating injuries of old age, according to a new study by a UCLA medical school...
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2015/01/08 18:37
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Panelists (from left): Dr. Dale Bredesen, director, Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at UCLA; Dr. David Eisenberg, distinguished professor of biological chemistry; Dr. Brandon...
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