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Study examines the limits of exercise pills

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A number of pharmaceutical companies are in a race to be the first to market an exercise pill that mimics at least some of the physical benefits of...

Research shows oxytocin produces marijuana-like reaction in the brain

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Oxytocin, the “love drug”, has been indirectly associated with enhancement of pleasure in human interactions including bonding with children and with mates. Daniele Piomelli, the Louise Turner Arnold...

Psychologists find that being moody is good for people

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Moodiness is commonly equated with low self-esteem, incompatibility with other people, and lack of judgment. New research conducted by Eran Eldar of University College London and colleagues from...

Polio eradication may be delayed by vaccines

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Polio has almost been eliminated in the world. Africa reported no new cases of polio in 2014 for the first time ever. Javier Martin from the National Institute...

Tiny brains grown from stem cells shed light on autism

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Flora Vaccarino, the Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry and Professor or Neurobiology at the Yale School of Medicine, and colleagues are the first to grow miniature brains from...

First clinical proof presented for extending life with diabetes

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People that begin a routine of intensive control of their blood glucose level as soon as possible after they have first been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes can...

Dog flu shots: Should you protect your dog from the flu?

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It is that time of year again, when the leaves change colors, the days get shorter, and the cold weather sets in as old man winter arrives. Along...

You can fight for animal rights by helping pass laws to...

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Single individuals as well as small and large groups from all over the United States are banning together to do what they can to help pass laws that...

Obsession with symmetry in obsessive-compulsive disorder

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Many individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder suffer from obsessions regarding the arrangement of objects. Those who suffer with this form of OCD are made to feel uncomfortable when they...

How animals help humans with their health

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According to many different sources, sixty percent of Americans have a pet. Most of these animals are dogs or cats, the more of the two being dogs. Yes,...

Scientists discover new link between sleep deprivation and Alzheimer’s Disease

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In this ever-hectic world, sleep has become increasingly elusive. Many experience various types of side effects due to being deprived of sleep, such as weight gain, issues with...

What would our culture be like without people over 65?

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The aging segment of our population rarely gets the adoration and respect they deserve. Our culture has major issues about growing old and feel that the elderly have...