Musculoskeletal injuries and video games

Musculoskeletal injuries - a scourge not only athletes and workers, heavy load their joints and muscles. They may be the result of an injury, poor posture, constant voltage or ... after prolonged use of the joystick consoles.

Full hips - stronger health?

The results of research by British scientists, published in the medical journal British Medical Journal, for sure will please owners of full hips, because they live longer and are less at risk to acquire disorders of the cardiovascular system

Scientists have proven harmful mobile phone

According to recent research in the field of study of the harmful effects of the electromagnetic fields of mobile phones on human health, the medical community underestimates the risk of health effects from using mobile phones.

What you eat depends on with whom you eat

If you - a woman who dines with a man, there is a very high probability that you choose dishes with fewer calories than if you had dinner with a woman. This is the conclusion reached by researchers from McMaster University (McMaster University).

Fat versus fat

It may sound strange, but people who suffer from being overweight, can help small amount of extra fat. But only if the fat - the right kind.

Powered by an implantable device for monitoring cancer

Taking a sample of tissue surgically become a standard method of diagnosing cancer. This procedure, called a biopsy, of course, helps to accurately diagnose cancer, but unfortunately only at a certain point in its development.

Swine Flu: Obesity aggravates the course of the disease?

Michigan scientists were puzzled: why are some cases of swine flu obese people, lead to a very serious condition and exacerbate the disease?

Ambient smell your fear

Scientists have found that the person experiencing the fear, can influence the people around them, who could smell his fear and empathize with him.

A glass of milk in the morning curbs appetite dining

A new Australian study has allowed nutritionists make an interesting conclusion: the use of non-fat milk for breakfast instead of fruit juice helps curb your appetite and keep the dining feeling of fullness for a longer time.

Cultured lungs will save thousands of laboratory rats

Microscopic lung, cultured from samples of human tissue, may one day save the lives of many thousands of lab rats used to test the safety of medicines, cosmetics and other chemicals.

Parasites can cause a car accident

If you do not have enough of a protein in red blood cells, and you are infected with a fairly common parasite, you are more at risk of other people break into the car.

Botox was effective against urinary incontinence

As is well known, widely used in Botox cosmetology. But British scientists have found that Botox injections can significantly improve the quality of life for people with overactive bladder syndrome.

A new vaccine against HIV makes the muscles in the factory antibodies

That our body does with the virus that attacks the immune system, trying to fight off the attack? For many years, scientists are looking for the answer to this question.

Music can influence the perception of facial emotions

The result of research led by Dr.Bhattacharya Dzhoydip (Joydeep Bhattacharya) of Goldsmiths, University of London (Goldsmiths, University of London), was the assumption that it is possible to influence the emotional value of the human person, pre-listen to samples of different pieces of music..

Breastfeeding benefits not only the kids, but their mothers

According to a study by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh (University of Pittsburgh), published in the May issue of the Journal of Women’s Health Specialists for Obstetrics & Gynecology, the longer a woman breastfeeds, the lower her risk of heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular diseases..

New study: never too late to quit drinking

Where there is life - there is hope, and it is said that it is never too late to quit drinking, even under the most severe liver disease, according to new research from the University of Southampton (University of Southampton).

Red indicates a person from alcohol on the risk of esophageal cancer

People whose faces turn red when they drink alcohol, are risking their health. Scientists have found that such an unhealthy glow may indicate an increased risk of fatal cancer of the esophagus.

Calcium-rich diet helps in the fight against obesity

According to a study published in the latest issue of "British Journal of Nutrition" ("British Journal of Nutrition"), an increase in the number of calcium consumed accelerates weight loss, but only in people whose dietary calcium deficiency is observed..

MicroRNAs identifies squamous cell carcinoma with 96% sensitivity

A new study has shown for the first time that miR-based diagnostic test can objectively identify squamous cell (epidermoid) carcinoma lung with 96% accuracy.

Depression - a powerful incentive?

As a result, a number of studies, American scientists from the University of New York, it was shown that in addition to its negative impact on human depression is fraught with some positive features.

The new medicine breathes life into damaged tissue

A recent experiment with a new drug for the treatment of heart damage is very surprised scientists.

Gene could lead to the early development of brain tumors

According to a study published in the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology Neurology, people with a particular gene variant are at greater risk of developing brain tumors at an earlier age than people without the gene.

Chewing gum with insulin

Search and development of the easiest ways to deliver insulin into the body, specifically in the blood stream, it is very important problem to be solved in order to cope with the epidemic of diabetes, which covered the entire developing world.

Doctors have learned to implant aortic valves without open-heart surgery

The purpose multicenter study called PARTNER (Placement of AoRTic traNscathetER valves, transcatheter aortic valve implantation) is the treatment of high-risk patients who have contraindications valve replacement using open heart surgery.

"Breath" eggs increases the success rate of artificial insemination

With artificial insemination doctor needs to decide which of the fertilized eggs are best suited for future implantation.

AIDS: Mitochondrial DNA can explode bomb

How quickly develops in HIV AIDS may vary from human DNA. Scientists have suggested that some variants of mitochondrial DNA (called haplogroups) are likely to get AIDS develop twice as fast.

Dark chocolate can help to calm your appetite

Danish experts are advised to eat more chocolate if you do not want to get better during the holidays, consuming too many calories.

Scientists have turned "bodyguard" cancerous cells in her killer

Whether you are a cancer cell, you probably would want to oncoprotein called Bcl-2 was on your side, because it determines whether you will live or die.

Infrared light gives the world of sound to deaf people

Scientists have found that the infrared light can stimulate neurons in the inner ear as effectively as conventional sound waves. This discovery will help in the development of entirely new types of cochlear (cochlear) implants for deaf people.

In raw milk have discovered a new species of bacteria

In many countries, distribute raw milk is prohibited, as it may contain potentially harmful microorganisms.

The nanoparticles can cause cell death?

Nanoparticles, the size of several billionths of a meter, have been successfully used in many fields of human activity.

Universal test almost all known genetic diseases

Just a few weeks will take to get the results of the test, developed by researchers at the London clinic IVF Bridge Fertility Centre.

The prevention of cancer gene-modified thrown beer ...

The so-called "French paradox" has long attracted the attention of scientists minds.

The human body is a weapon against HIV

Each person has their own natural weapon against HIV, but until recently no one knew how to realize its potential.

Soy can help in the fight against osteoporosis

Osteoporosis (depression, osteoporosis) usually comes with age.

Musically gifted people use both hemispheres of the brain for different tasks

Want to know why some people are not gifted with musical talent? A recent study has shown that musicians use both hemispheres of the brain are more likely than musically untrained people.

Between the immune response to cancer and tissue damage a lot in common

More recently, the claim that the growth of the tumor is the same immune response as a cut or wound that was very controversial.

Researchers made the skin cells into the cells producing insulin

Researchers from North Carolina (USA) able to transform cells in human skin cells, which are capable of producing vital hormone insulin.

Scientists presented new drug overdose of cocaine

Chemists report the successful development of the strongest substance intended to remove cocaine from the body.

"Child" virus is transmitted through DNA

According to new research, human herpes virus type 6 (HHV-6), which causes sudden exanthema (psevdokrasnuhu) in children, is passed from parent to child is not through blood, but through DNA.

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