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New studies show what your vehicle is doing that can cause a fatal accident

New research from scientists in Australia shows how common vibration from any car can greatly increase driver fatigue, increasing the risk of accidents. New scientific research conducted at Australia's RMIT University has shown a hidden way that cars can kill their own drivers – and others – according to a study published in the 19459006 Ergonomics magazine last week. The …

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Five ways high testosterone affects men's behavior

There is ample literature that supports libido-boosting effects of high levels of testosterone, but new research claims that it is the biological cause that almost 93 percent of Lamborghini owners are men. Higher testosterone levels are linked to a greater preference for luxury goods and status symbols, an evolutionary effect of the hormone studied in animals for years, according to …

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Study paves the way for safer medicines, the side effects of such a disease

Image Source: PIXABY The Study paves the way for safer medicines, sans side effects Now you can get medications with side effects that have affected patients for years. A new technique for precisely targeting molecules in cells paves the way for safer drugs that are free of side effects. Researcher J. Julius Zhu and his colleagues have developed a method …

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MSG helps to make better food choices by changing brain chemistry, says report – Science & Health

Can MSG-spiced chicken soup save the world? If the world's problem is obesity with otherwise healthy young women, maybe. A magazine published in Nature Neuropsychopharmacology this month shows how the tasty broth triggers helpful changes in brain activity: it helps women make better food choices. Drinking chicken breast "rich in umami", which means charged with monosodium glutamate, before eating was …

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Savory foods can help promote healthy eating

Boston, July 8 (PTI) Consuming tasty foods can cause subtle changes in the brain that promote healthy eating and eating choices, especially in women at risk of obesity, has found a study. Umami is a Japanese word to express a delicious, tasty meal and it represents one of the five basic flavors, together with sweet, salty, bitter and sour. An …

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HIV blood sampler who is likely to work with Kerala after Govt has won global praise for containing Nipah virus

The virus that had hit the northern districts Kozhikode and Malappuram had claimed 17 lives. The two districts were declared nipah virus free on June 30th. Kerala Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan together with HIV co-discoverer Robert Gallo in Thiruvananthapuram (News18) Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala government honored by the Department of Human Virology in Baltimore, USA, for effective measures taken to control the …

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JOSEPH HOYLE: Alzheimer vs Dementia | Health

June is Alzheimer's & Brains Awareness Month – and there is no better time to discuss some of the most common questions. First, what is the difference between Alzheimer's disease and dementia? Dementia is a catch-all term for brain function disorders that make it difficult for a person to live alone. Alzheimer's disease is a specific type of dementia that …

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