Monthly Archives: February 2011

  1. Farmamundi produce natural medicines in Guatemala

    More than 200 poor rural communities have improved access to natural medicines, culturally sustainable, high quality, therapeutic care for the first level of health care
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  2. The risk of weight-loss diets

    Nestlé Foundation recently published a study based on the dangers posed by unsupervised diets by nutritionists.
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  3. A third arm: It's all in your head.

    Swedish scientists have explored how a brain identifies its own body and how body image can change by successfully creating the illusion of owning three arms or being the size of a Barbie doll in a laboratory setting.
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  4. Ink-jet printer delivers printable skin cells

    Technology that allows skin cells to be 'printed' and used as grafts for burn victims has been developed by scientists who were inspired by the ink-jet printer, according to a presentation in Washington.
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  5. The awesome power of the placebo effect

    Do not miss this video.It is very graphic and very specific in their statements. A raised for me for a moment, how surprising is how the mind works.
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  6. Brain cells start sending signals early

    The kicks and somersaults of a developing baby aren’t the only in utero calisthenics. Babies also flex their mental muscles months before birth.
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  7. Being bilingual protects your brain

    Being bilingual dramatically slows the advance of Alzheimer's disease in the brain and may provide protection against the deterioration seen during ageing, researchers say.
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  8. Hibernate: An alternative for space travel

    Hibernating bears go many months without food, can sustain healthy pregnancies and can uncouple temperature and metabolism more effectively than researchers have ever imagined, according to a new study.
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  9. Authorized the first medicine derived from cannabis

    Health has authorized public funding of the first cannabis-derived drug approved in Spain for patients with multiple sclerosis.
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  10. Ondose Pharma marketed unit dose

    Onedose Pharma, the first Spanish pharmaceutical company that marketed drugs in single doses, has signed an agreement with Grupo Ferrer to distribute their unidosis generics.
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