1. Soap or Alcohol: Which is the Better Antiviral?

    Soap or Alcohol: Which is the Better Antiviral?

    Let’s look at soap vs. alcohol. Which is a more effective antiviral, and why?  In this short video, we’re going to talk about soap vs. alcohol, which is better as an antiviral?

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  2. Google will build a Drugs Research Center of

    Calico, the Google-backed company that investigates how to cheat death, announced last September 3, which plans to build a research center of anti-aging drugs in the bay of San Francisco with an investment of 1.5 billion dollars by the pharmaceutical company AbbVie.

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  3. Siesta changes our afternoon

    Napping can improve short-term memory in young adults but not in older, according to a recent study.

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  4. Can heal the skin with aromas?

    Humans have about 350 different types of olfactory receptors for detecting odors. These receptors work together to give us the sense of smell.

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  5. Using antibacterial soaps: Benefit or Harm?

    Antibacterial polychlorinated aromatic: triclosan and triclocarban are widely being used for the removal of microorganisms indiscriminately, its speed, and its nonspecific action.

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  6. ainia develops an artificial colon

    Simulates the natural conditions that occur in the large intestine as pH control , temperature, and monitoring the growth of the gut flora ( microbiota ) .

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  7. James Bond: License to... Drink?

    The famous phrase of James Bond in English "Shaken, not stirred", incorrectly translated as "mixed, not stirred" in Spain, may have originated in their inability to mix their drinks because of a tremor that usually affects the hands produced by excessive consumption of alcohol.

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  8. Why men Have Bigger Noses Than women?

    According to researchers , men usually have bigger nose than women because they usually have more muscle, which requires more nose to inspire more oxygen.

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  9. Discovered enzyme able to replicate damaged DNA strands

    An international study led by the National Research Council (CSIC) has discovered a new human enzyme able to replicate damaged DNA strands. According to this work, published in the latest issue of Molecular Cell, this new DNA polymerase, called PrimPol, could have played a crucial role in the evolution of genomes and the diversification of life on our planet.

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  10. The CSIC studies the effects of Vichy Catalán on cholesterol

    The National Research Council ( CSIC ) and Vichy Catalan today signed Wednesday, October 16 , an agreement to study the effects of this carbonated mineral water on cholesterol.

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