Monthly Archives: May 2013

  1. We are happier as we age

    People tend to be happier as you get older and a new study may explain why.
    Read more »
  2. Individualized glycemic control in diabetic elderly patient

    In the XX National Congress of General and Family Medicine, Novartis organized the meeting: therapeutic targets in diabetic elderly patients, in order to discuss the main challenges in addressing the elderly patient with type 2 diabetes.
    Read more »
  3. Identified pathogenic mechanism that affects innate immunity

    A study led by researchers at the National Research Council (CSIC) has identified a gene mutation that causes deregulation CFHR1 complement system, a key part in innate immunity in humans.
    Read more »
  4. Investigated substance to slow brain deterioration

    Several studies suggest that reducing calorie intake drastically, about 40%, may slow the aging of cells and even prolong life.
    Read more »
  5. Seven-minute workout: Too good to be true?

    The «seven-minute workout» is receiving much attention lately and it sure sounds tempting you. But some experts say that routine is not as effective express, or short, as it seems.
    Read more »
  6. CSIC Technology pilot plant Flavors & Fragrances

    The National Research Council (CSIC) from today has patented technology in the pilot plant of the company International Flavors & Fragrances.
    Read more »
  7. Cosleeping increases the risk of SIDS

    A recent review of several studies shows that babies who sleep in bed with their parents are more likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) than babies who sleep alone, while other parents to follow recommendations to reduce the risk death.
    Read more »
  8. A 10 year old girl creates a blog of support among diabetics

    Her name is Noemi and she was type I diabetes diagnosed when he was 4 years old, is now 10 and has created a blog in which he explains how he lives his illness.
    Read more »
  9. Controversy over human cloning

    The new finding, published this past week in the media with stem cells has revived the controversy over human cloning.
    Read more »
  10. International Day of the Fascination of Plants

    Tomorrow Saturday, May 18th, the importance of plants to our planet and fascination we feel for them monopolize attention worldwide.
    Read more »
Page
© 2015 Farmacia La Nucia