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Health
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Health research

A vinegar test reduces cervical cancer death rates in developing countries

A new study suggests that vinegar can be used in developing countries as part of a low-cost screening tool to detect early signs of cervical cancer in women who don´t have access to the routine Pap tests that have cut death rates in wealthier nations. Leer más

Drug use in Europe

European Drug Report 2013

One in four adults in Europe - more than 85 million people - have tried illicit drugs at some point in their lives. Leer más

Diet & Brain

Mediterranean diet against dementia

University of Navarra in Spain have discovered that the consumption of virgin olive oil improves the brain power Leer más

Coffe overdose

Investigating the safety of caffeine

Do people consume too much caffeine? US officials are investigating the safety of caffeine in snacks and energy drinks, worried about the "cumulative impact" of the stimulant - which is added to a growing number of products. Is our tea and coffee-fuelled society too dependent on the world´s favourite drug? Leer más

Research

Hearing loss: a significant public health problem

Harvard Medical School researchers demonstrate for the first time that hair cells can be regenerated in an adult mammalian ear by using a drug to stimulate resident cells to become new hair cells Leer más

Worrying attitudes can impact interpersonal relationships

A new research study, led by a Case Western Reserve University faculty member in psychology, also shows that worrying can be so intrusive and obsessive that it interferes in the person´s life and endangers the health of social relationships. Leer más

Changing bad habits

Preventing young people alcohol abuse

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Public Health

E-cigarettes: pros and cons

E-cigarettes are seen as a safer alternative to tobacco as althought they provide users with nicotine, the level of toxic substances in the vapour is much lower than in smoke from regular cigarettes  Leer más

Laughter study

Laughter perception

Each kind of laughter conveys a wealth of auditory and social information Leer más

Sleep deprivation, a significant factor in lowering achievementsInternational education tests

Sleep deprivation, a significant factor in lowering achievements

Sleep deprivation is such a serious disruption that lessons have to be pitched at a lower level to accommodate sleep-starved learners, the study found. Leer más

Edinburgh University study suggests

UV sun rays lead to health benefits

The health benefits of exposing skin to sunlight may far outweigh the risk of developing skin cancer, according to scientists. Leer más

European food study

Brain and eating behaviour

Why do we overeat and consume more calories than we need? Is food our way of rewarding ourselves, and can stress make us want to eat more? These are just some of the questions a European food study aims to answer  Leer más

Intelligence quotient

A course to increase your Intelligence quotient

Psychologists at an Irish university have come up with a way for everyone to raise their IQ, for €15 a month Leer más

Europe, "Month of the Brain"

European researchers study the causes and effects of sleep loss

The issue of sleep deprivation has gone beyond the counting of sheep and into the scientific domain, as European researchers set up ´sleep labs´ to study the biomedical and sociological factors keeping us awake at night Leer más

Health and sports

The two sides of exercise

Being forced to exercise may still help reduce anxiety and depression just as exercising voluntarily does, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder. Leer más

H7N9 VIRUS

No evidence H7N9 spreads between humans

Governments inability to recognise that ordinary people perceive risk very differently from how experts perceive it Leer más

Diet an exercise routine: Best combination

New research suggests a person may be more compliant and successful with their program if both new behaviors are initiated at the same time Leer más

Scientific discovery

Important cancer gene discovery supported by EU institute

Research carried out by a postgraduate student has revealed that the loss of the gene Rif1, or a mutation of it which makes it inactive, is able to make cancer cells more resistant  Leer más

EU Research

New diagnostic tool for malaria

According to the World Health Organisation, in 2010, an estimated 219 million malaria cases occurred globally and the disease killed about 660 000 people, mostly children under five years of age Leer más

Research

Children vs video game play

Children and teens with ASD more likely to develop addictive patterns of video game play Leer más

Cocoa benefits

Dark chocolate has a positive impact on mood

A new study reveals that dark chocolate with a high percentage of cocoa benefits mood. Leer más

Health

A study finds the benefits of stress

New research on rats shows how the right amount of acute stress tweaks the brain and improves performance and health. Leer más

Cancer research

New type of bowel cancer discovered

A unique sub-type of bowel cancer has been discovered which has a worse outcome than other types of colon cancer and is resistant to certain targeted treatments, according to research published in Nature Medicine. Leer más

Under discussion

Correlation between breast pain and developing breast cancer

According to a new French study, women have reasons to burn their bras that have nothing to do with glass ceilings or women´s liberation.  Leer más

Chocolate benefits

Frequent Chocolate Consumption can have a positive impact on weight

Different researchs shows that eating just a single chocolate bar has positive effects in our health . Lots of easter eggs are made with milk chocolate, but news of dark chocolate´s health benefits has boosted its sales by 22% in recent years. However, a new study shows Association Between More Frequent Chocolate Consumption and Lower Body Mass Index  Leer más
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