Monthly Archives: July 2013

  1. The use of antibiotics can lead to weight gain

    A study led by researchers at the National Research Council (CSIC) reveals a direct correlation between prolonged antibiotic treatment and weight gain.
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  2. Recommendations to avoid holiday stress

    Plan holidays, practicing hobbies or promote communication helps avoid holiday stress
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  3. Facts about sunscreens

    Apply sunscreen and avoid too much direct sunlight is important in preventing skin damage, signs of aging and cancer, if we have not heard this advice a thousand times we have not heard any.
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  4. Stem cells have "twin"

    Stem cells have several options when to replicate: can divide into two identical cells or can do so asymmetrically to give rise to cells with different properties.
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  5. First app to prevent domestic violence situations

    The Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality, Ana Mato, today unveiled the smartphone app "Free", the first mobile phone application against gender violence launched by the Government.
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  6. Vav proteins function in skin cancer

    Squamous cell carcinoma is one of the most common skin cancers both in Spain and in the rest of the world. Although this is not usually deadly tumor is unresectable and through minor surgery in some cases reaches highly malignant and metastatic stages are hardly treatable.
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  7. Kate Middleton and Prince William are already parents

    The real baby has already been born and is a child, according to press reports.
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  8. Jogging 30 minutes a day reduces the risk erectile dysfunction

    Physical exercise improves the cardiovascular system, which benefits the erection mechanism and function jog sexual.de day reduces the risk erectile dysfunction.
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  9. Baby's cries could be related to health

    From the soft moans to tantrum, crying of a baby can evoke strong emotions and yet the reasons that cause it remain a mystery.
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  10. A nanosensor made ​​from DNA origami

    As a sheet of paper can be folded to take the form of a crane, several DNA segments can be combined to give rise to three-dimensional structures with different functions. nanosensor made ​​from DNA origami
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