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05-17-2022
Why running can help you move, think, and feel better
A new study led by the NYU Grossman School of Medicine has found that running increases the levels of a chemical involved in brain cell growth – the so-called “brain-derived neurotrophic factor” (BDNF) - that triggers the release of dopamine, a hormone which plays a crucial role in motivation, movement, and learning.  Scientists have long known that regular running raises dopamine activity in the brain, and could protect nerve cells from damage. Moreover, previous research has found correlations between exercise-driven boosts of BDNF and dopamine levels and...
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05-23-2022
Alcohol is riskier to the heart than previously thought
A new study presented at Heart Failure 2022 - a...
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05-22-2022
Plastins stuck in “workaholic” modes can lead to disease
A new study led by the Ohio State University (OSU)...
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05-22-2022
The world is still unprepared for the next pandemic
According to a new report published by WHO’s Independent Panel...
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05-20-2022
Cranberries help improve memory and brain function in older adults
Flavonoids are compounds produced by plants and thought to confer...
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05-18-2022
Parents with more children risk faster cognitive decline
Compared to factors such as education or occupation, fertility has...
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05-16-2022
Herbal supplements are not always safe
Herbal supplements may not always be safe, according to a...
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05-16-2022
Showing signs of stress could make you more likeable
Scientists have long tried to understand “the paradox of stress...
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05-14-2022
Deep sleep helps us process our emotions
A research team led by the University of Bern has...
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05-13-2022
Eating vegetables can protect us against air pollutants
A new study led by the University of Delaware has...
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05-13-2022
Video games can help boost children’s intelligence
Time spent in front of a screen is part of...
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05-13-2022
Study sheds new light on the origins of the first farmers
It's been long believed that the first farmers originated 11,000...
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05-12-2022
Chemical exposure is increasing among pregnant women
A nationwide study monitored pregnant women for chemical exposure over...
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