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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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11-08-2016
First wave farm in Britain unveiled for 2018 in Cornwall
Britain’s first wave farm has been unveiled for launch in...
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11-07-2016
Eco-friendly electric bike creates new option for city commuters
Eco-friendly electric bike creates a new option for city commuters....
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11-07-2016
Rip currents data can help save lives on world's shorelines
Rip currents pose a serious danger for surfers and swimmers...
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11-07-2016
Avocado supply is struggling to meet consumer demands
Avocado supply is struggling to meet consumer demands. Avocados have...
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11-05-2016
Renewable energy may fuel Africa's clean power future
As renewable energy prices drop, Africa may embrace a cleaner...
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11-03-2016
UK diesel vehicles face new tax in large city centers
UK diesel vehicles may face a new tax. Diesel car...
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11-03-2016
Canned clean air, once a joke, sees uptake in polluted areas
Canned clean air, the once-novelty product, sees an uptake in...
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11-03-2016
U.S. gas consumption hits record high, says gov't report
U.S. gas consumption has hit a record high, according to...
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11-03-2016
Wind farm benefits & hazards analyzed by researchers
Wind farm benefits & hazards were analyzed by recent report...
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11-03-2016
U.S. fuel economy reaches record high, says EPA
U.S. fuel economy reached a new record high, says the...
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11-02-2016
Human nutrition's carbon footprint analyzed by resultant greenhouse gas
Human nutrition's carbon footprint was analyzed by scientists at Australia’s...
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11-02-2016
Social networking helps scientists boost landscape data
Social networking helps scientists: researchers turn to Instagram and Flickr...
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