Monthly Archives: September 2013

  1. Vitamin D what is for and what is not for

    Living in the sunny east of Spain , makes me worry little so-called " sunshine vitamin" . Besides going to the beach like it I am also fond of long walks and other outdoor sports . So in my case , I never worried if I have or not vitamin D deficiency
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  2. 89 National Congress of Ophthalmology

    About 1,700 specialists share knowledge , discuss clinical cases and new techniques and hear the hand of their researchers the results of important studies in 89 National Ophthalmology Congress , to be held from tomorrow, Wednesday 25 to Saturday 28 September in Adeje (Tenerife ) .
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  3. The CSIC discover new clues about schizophrenia

    Schizophrenia is a neurological disorder characterized by disturbances in the perception of reality and a profound cognitive impairment. It is caused by alterations in neuronal development and know some genes involved in its onset. However, the function of many of these genes is not known. An investigation led by the National Research Council (CSIC) has revealed the function of one of them. This is the ErbB4 gene and its mission in the brain is described in an article published today in the journal Neuron.
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  4. Novel therapy to treat advanced Parkinson

    The unit of Neurology, Hospital Francesc de Borja Gandia, in collaboration with the department of Gastroenterology, has applied for the first time to one of his patients a new effective treatment for advanced-stage Parkinson's.
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  5. Reasons not to skip breakfast

    About 18% of men and 13% of women between 35 and 54 years skip breakfast.
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  6. More research for healthier eating

    The National Research Council (CSIC) and the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM) have witnessed one of its most unique laboratories sees the light. NOVALINDUS The pilot plant has been inaugurated at the Institute for Research in Food Science (jointly owned by both institutions). Its 500 square meters house a number of facilities that pursue production of bioactive ingredients that improve the properties of food.
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  7. Bedtime: who prays and who sleeps naked

    An international survey provides the basis for some interesting cultural differences in different countries, on sleep and habits in the bedroom, so to change the sheets more often or who likes sleeping naked.
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  8. Almirall expands its international presence to Canada

    Almirall, an international pharmaceutical company headquartered in Barcelona, continues its expansion with the opening of a new subsidiary in Canada, the world's seventh largest pharmaceutical market.
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  9. Reducing brain damage after stroke

    A team of neuroscientists with the participation of National Research Council (CSIC) has designed a method to reduce brain damage after a stroke.
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  10. ONCE, Prince of Asturias Award for Concord

    In its 75 years of social work with the blind and disabled in and out of Spain Miguel Carballeda: "This award would not have been possible without the cooperation of all citizens solidarity Spanish"
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