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A jellyfish can help the fight against neurogenerative diseasesA jellyfish can help the fight against neurogenerative diseases

Analysis of genetic sequencies of Ctenophoras -animal that strongly resembles a jellyfish - shows that their nervous system can help scientists in the battle against neurogenerative diseases. Leer ms

No influence on longevity

A new study casts doubts upon the health benefits of red wine

Resveratrol is an antioxidant found in grapes, red wine, peanuts, chocolate and certain berries, and it has been credited with a large number of health benefits in various studies. Now, however, a research team presents findings that question whether such benefits come from resveratrol, an ingredient found in the skin of red grapes linked to long life. Leer ms

Food intake may affect anger in relationshipsGlucose and aggression in married couples

Food intake may affect anger in relationships

The study found that spouses with lower evening glucose levels showed more anger and aggression toward their partners.  Leer ms

European Commission asks help to encourage mobile healthHealthcare in your pocket

European Commission asks help to encourage mobile health

The European Commission has announced a consultation that asks digital health companies and others for help in identifying ways to encourage and regulate mobile health. Leer ms

Netherlands, Germany and Denmark  EU Health journalism winners5th EU Prize for Journalists

Netherlands, Germany and Denmark EU Health journalism winners

The winners of the fifth EU Health Prize for Journalists were announced by Health Commissioner, Mr Tonio Borg, at an award ceremony in Brussels. Leer ms

The EU launches a campaign to raise awareness on the risk of stressHealthy Workplaces Manage Stress

The EU launches a campaign to raise awareness on the risk of stress

Stress is one of the most frequently reported work-related health problem in Europe and is believed to be the cause of the majority of all lost working days.Therefore the European Agency for Safety at Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has launched a "Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress" campaign to raise awareness. Leer ms

The EU launches a campaign to raise awareness on the risk of stressHealthy Workplaces Manage Stress

The EU launches a campaign to raise awareness on the risk of stress

Stress is one of the most frequently reported work-related health problem in Europe and is believed to be the cause of the majority of all lost working days.Therefore the European Agency for Safety at Health at Work (EU-OSHA) has launched a "Healthy Workplaces Manage Stress" campaign to raise awareness. Leer ms

Spain has the in Europe as the lowest breast cancer mortality rate in EuropeMacMillan Cancer research

Spain has the in Europe as the lowest breast cancer mortality rate in Europe

A research carried out by MacMillan Cancer Support stated that Spain has the lowest breast cancer mortality rate in Europe. The country registers around 16 deaths per 100,000 of the female population per year, compared to a European average of 23.9. Leer ms

A calculator predicts life expectancy before a heart attack occursHow old is your heart?

A calculator predicts life expectancy before a heart attack occurs

A tool from Joint British Societies allows people to test their hearts "true age", which subsequently provides an estimate regarding chances of heart disease later in life. Leer ms

New initiative will revolutionise brain cancer research in the UKResearch Centres of Excellence

New initiative will revolutionise brain cancer research in the UK

The Queen Mary University of London, the University of Portsmouth and Plymouth University will be part of a national network of scientists specialized in brain cancer research. The establishment of three new Research Centres of Excellence is expected to step up long-term research into a major killer of children and adults under 40. Leer ms

Rare Disease Day: thousands of events will take place throughout the world28th of February 2014

Rare Disease Day: thousands of events will take place throughout the world

Rare Disease Day is an annual, international awareness-raising event coordinated globally by EURORDIS and in the US by the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD).  Leer ms

The European Parliament votes to make tobacco products less attractive to youngHealth measures

The European Parliament votes to make tobacco products less attractive to young

Health warnings will cover two thirds of cigarette packs and e-cigarettes will be freely sold in stores, following final Parliamentary approval of new tobacco products legislation on 26 February.  Leer ms

Strawberries can lower cholesterol, reduces alcohol damage and improves antioxidant capacityAnalyses conducted by Italian and Spanish scientists.

Strawberries can lower cholesterol, reduces alcohol damage and improves antioxidant capacity

A team of volunteers ate half a kilo of strawberries a day for a month to see whether it altered their blood parameters in any way. At the end of this unusual treatment, their levels of bad cholesterol and triglycerides reduced significantly, according to the analyses conducted by Italian and Spanish scientists. Leer ms

Scientists identify the switch that says its time to sleepTo fight sleep disorders

Scientists identify the switch that says its time to sleep

The switch in the brain that sends us off to sleep has been identified by researchers at Oxford Universitys Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour in a study in fruit flies. Leer ms

Turn down your central heating

Low temperature boost weight loss

Turning off the heat and spending more time in cooler temperatures may promote calorie usage, researchers said. Leer ms

Researchers find caffeine enhances memoryCoffee effects

Researchers find caffeine enhances memory

Michael Yassa, assistant professor of psychological and brain sciences in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins, and his team of scientists found that caffeine has a positive effect on long-term memory in humans.  Leer ms

Google health searches increase during crisis, study suggestHealth and Wealth Connected?

Google health searches increase during crisis, study suggest

A new study suggests that health and recesion are strongly connected. Leer ms

Study finds eating behaviors can be transmitted sociallyIs obesity a socially transmitted disease?

Study finds eating behaviors can be transmitted socially

This meta-analysis found that if participants received information showing that others were making low-calorie or high-calorie food choices, it considerably increased the likelihood that participants made similar choices. Leer ms

Slowing eating leads to significant reduction in energy intakeStudy findings

Slowing eating leads to significant reduction in energy intake

At the conclusion of the study, researchers found that only normal-weight subjects had a statistically significant reduction in caloric consumption during the slow compared to the fast meal. Leer ms

Study shows where Alzheimers starts and how it spreadsUnderstanding Alzheimer

Study shows where Alzheimers starts and how it spreads

Using high-resolution functional MRI (fMRI) imaging in patients with Alzheimers disease and in mouse models of the disease, Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have clarified three fundamental issues about Alzheimers: where it starts, why it starts there, and how it spreads Leer ms

Two in three adults are overweight

4.9 million to help Europeans to loose weight

The European Union has co-funded a project in which researchers and businesses join forces to help people manage their weight and increase physical exercise using emerging technologies and information systems.  Leer ms

GlaxoSmithKline will stop paying doctors to promote its productsBig shift for the industry

GlaxoSmithKline will stop paying doctors to promote its products

GlaxoSmithKline said on Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products through speaking engagements and end linking compensation for its sales representatives to the number of prescriptions doctors write. Leer ms

Large differences in cancer survival between European countriesEastern European countries lowest survival rates

Large differences in cancer survival between European countries

There are still vast differences in cancer survival rates between European Countries despite improvements to cancer diagnosis and treatment over the last 10 years. The findings, published in The Lancet Oncology, analysed data from cancer registries covering all or part of 29 countries to compare 5-year survival from diagnosis for more than 9 million adults and 60 415 children  Leer ms

Heavy mobile usage can increase the risk of brain cancerLinks between mobile phones and cancer

Heavy mobile usage can increase the risk of brain cancer

A study found that more than two-thirds of people in the EU believe their health is affected to some extent by mobile phone masts and mobile phone handsets. Now researchers are trying to proof the evidence. Leer ms

Increased risk of heart attacks in the morning

Bedtime Aspirin can reduce heart attacks study says

A new Dutch study suggests that people who take aspirin at bedtime might get more protection against heart attacks or strokes however experts also advise that taking aspirin on a daily basis can also carry other unintended side effects. Leer ms
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