Monthly Archives: February 2011

  1. New Probiotic Combats Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    You know the probiotics in your peach yogurt are healthful, but now it appears they may also be a powerful treatment for disease.
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  2. Sport and hypertension

    There are programs, along with regular walking, affordable to virtually everyone, as is the practice of swimming, cycling normal or static, which help prevent hypertension and cardiovascular risks. generated by obesity, diabetes or hypercholesterolemia.
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  3. Weak electric currents stimulate creativity

    A hat revolutionary thinking, which aims to promote creativity and offer a children\'s world view from low levels of electricity through the brain has shown promise in initial tests conducted by Australian scientists.
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  4. Fourth Day Drug Collection

    On Saturday February 12 will be held the fourth Medication Collection Day in Madrid and Barcelona organized by the Pharmaceutical Bank.
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  5. Spider veins and varicose veins

    Spider veins and varicose veins are a cosmetic problem for many people, but also tend to show problems of circulation. Can be taken to prevent its occurrence and treatments to eliminate if they have become visible
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  6. Astrobiology meets cancer research

    In an interplanetary meeting of the minds, astrobiologists and oncologists have worked together to provide new insights into the origins of cancer, which remains a major killer despite the best efforts of medical science to treat and eradicate it.
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  7. Prevent incontinence

    Keep some healthy habits, like going to the bathroom when the bladder is full or strengthen pelvic floor muscles are key to prevent leakage.
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  8. Electric fields make neurons fire together

    Coordinated behavior occurs whether or not neurons are actually connected via synapses
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  9. First product for lactose intolerant

    Salvat Laboratories Nutira presented, the first pharmaceutical product marketed in Spain to improve digestion of milk-intolerant people milk sugar, lactose.
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  10. Scientists make bionic 'off the shelf' veins

    Blood vessels can be grown in a lab and stored on the shelf for use in coronary bypass or dialysis, a promising alternative to harvesting from the patient, said a study.
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