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Regular Strenuous Exercise can cause Fatal Neurological Disease ALS

Regular Strenuous Exercise can cause Fatal Neurological Disease ALS

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurodegenerative disease that is always fatal. Gene-environment interactions cause ALS, and a better understanding of these interactions could lead to more effective personalized medicine. The role of physical activity in the development of ALS is current.....

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Transform your Life with these Productivity & Mindfulness Hacks

Transform your Life with these Productivity & Mindfulness Hacks

It’s not a matter of your art, it’s possible to be more productive at work (and in life, about that) with a handful of hacks. We’re not talking about intense multi-tasking or delegation; being more productive has your mindset, your vision and a few unique skills. Start changing your.....

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Training Motor Skills aids Cognitive Development in Children Born Premature

Training Motor Skills aids Cognitive Development in Children Born Premature

An early start in life can cause problems well into adolescence. According to a study conducted by the University of Basel and the University Children’s Hospital Basel (UKBB), training motor skills in these children benefits them even when they are older. Children born before the 37th week .....

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Real-time 3D Animation to Investigate Motor Impairments in Children with Autism

Real-time 3D Animation to Investigate Motor Impairments in Children with Autism

Researchers investigated motor impairments in children with autism spectrum disorder using real-time 3D animation (ASD). The study discovered that when teaching or coaching new movements to a person with autism, the teacher or coach must understand the person’s specific motor learning chara.....

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Psychiatrists applied a new functional Neuroimaging Technology for Treating Depression

Psychiatrists applied a new functional Neuroimaging Technology for Treating Depression

Despite increased use of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in psychiatry, the rates at which patients respond to therapy and experience remission of frequently disabling symptoms have been modest at best. Now, a team of psychiatrists and biomedical engineers used diffuse optical tomogr.....

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Women with Depression during Pregnancy can impact on Mother-infant Interaction

Women with Depression during Pregnancy can impact on Mother-infant Interaction

Maternal depression is thought to be a risk factor for children’s socioemotional and cognitive development. Researchers from the Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) investigated whether depression, either before or during pregnancy, affects the mother-infant relationship in a study fu.....

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Health Economists says Healthy Nutritional Information can improve Nation’s Diet

Health Economists says Healthy Nutritional Information can improve Nation’s Diet

Food labeling is one of the most important aspects of any food-related industry. Aside from transparency, it enables people to determine, select, and maintain their dietary needs and health plans. Nutrition labels describe the nutrient content of food and are intended to assist consumers in makin.....

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Harassment and Overweight can Distress Teenagers’ Mental Health

Harassment and Overweight can Distress Teenagers’ Mental Health

Depressive symptoms are more common in adolescent females than in males. Obesity, on the other hand, appears to have a greater impact on boys’ mental health. Bullying, regardless of gender, is a far greater risk factor for developing depressive symptoms than being overweight. Researchers at.....

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Research shows Fasting Diets could spoil the Health of Future Generations

Research shows Fasting Diets could spoil the Health of Future Generations

Fasting diets have grown in popularity in recent years, but little is known about their long-term effects, particularly on future generations. New research indicates that fasting diets may be harmful to future generations’ health. Fasting diets have grown in popularity in recent years, but .....

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Researchers Investigate Tangles in Brain for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Disease

Researchers Investigate Tangles in Brain for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Disease

In a new study, researchers look into tangles in the brain, which are pathologies that are common not only in Alzheimer’s disease but also in other neurodegenerative diseases. The study focuses on Rbbp7, a protein whose dysregulation appears to be linked to the eventual formation of tau pro.....

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Researchers Identify the Rise of Antibiotic Resistance in E. coli

Researchers Identify the Rise of Antibiotic Resistance in E. coli

According to a new study, antibiotic resistance in E. coli has been steadily increasing since the early 2000s, despite efforts to control it. Researchers successfully tracked the spread of antibiotic resistant genes and demonstrated that these genes are being transferred between E. coli strains i.....

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Scientists Research on Zoonotic Risk Prediction – Guess Next Virus is Harder than we Think

Scientists Research on Zoonotic Risk Prediction – Guess Next Virus is Harder than we Think

Scientists have warned that forecasting the next pandemic will be “more difficult than we think.” The deaths are far from the only consequences of the pandemic, with healthcare systems, economies, and people’s mental health all suffering. Because most viruses that cause human di.....

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