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New discovery: This is how we can reconcile astronauts to sleep

In nature, mice have the ability to go to sleep easily for a couple of hours, so the researchers repeated the experiment with rats that never go to sleep. These attempts were also successful. According to the researchers, this suggests that the hibernation can be induced artificially in all mammals, including humans. The hibernation extends life It primarily opens up …

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After the bullying alarm: China closes tourist destination

Recently, several cases of bohemian plague have been found in China and Mongolia. Two brothers have fallen ill in Mongolia since eating marmalade meat. In addition, an infected man is being cared for at Bayannur Hospital in Inner Mongolia, China. The Chinese authorities have issued a warning for eating rodent meat, and there is a duty to report for those …

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WHO is criticized for information on pathways of infection

The biggest change that has occurred in recent years is the progress of cryptocurrencies and that they are today accepted forms of payment at many online casinos. Today, many believe that 2020 and the coming years will also contain a number of major changes for the casino industry. Continue reading about the areas we see as important trends in the …

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Bullying plague detected in China again. Faith has been spread by rodents

From China, data indicates that at least one person should have been infected with bullying while another suspected case is reported. The infection is believed to have come from marmots and now residents of the Inner Mongolia region are banned from hunting and eating rodents. Also last year, two people were affected by bovine plague in the region and this …

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WHO: Bullying plague in China no big risk

Of: TT published: July 07, 2020 at 1 p.m. 10.12 Photo: Fredrik Sandberg / TT Rats and other rodents are the most common source of epidemic of plague. China is handling the suspected case of bullying plague quite correctly and the World Health Organization does not consider that there is a risk of a major outbreak. This is explained by …

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Boldpest discovery in China again. Faith has been spread by rodents

From China, data indicate that at least one person should have been infected with bullying while another suspected case is reported. The infection is believed to have come from marmots and now residents of the Inner Mongolia region are banned from hunting and eating rodents. Also last year, two people were affected by bovine plague in the region and this …

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Depression – from Serotonin Deficiency to Plasticity |

Serotonin is a so-called neurotransmitter, a molecule that chemically mediates nerve signals from one nerve cell to another. As early as the 1950s, researchers discovered that serotonin and other so-called monoamines, such as dopamine and norepinephrine, had an antidepressant effect. Then it was easy to conclude that depression was due to a deficiency and could be treated by adding these …

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Britta Johansson Norgren on the requirements for female top athletes

– I feel best after a lighter workout. It gives energy and is great to be out in the fresh air, says this year's winner of the women's race at the women's side, Britta Johansson Norgren. She is not alone in feeling good about skiing. According to new research published in the journal Psychiatry Research, Vasaloppers are half as likely …

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Vasaloppers get fewer depressions | SvD

Vasaloppers have halved the risk of suffering from depression, according to new research. But the women in the top tier are worse off than the amateur racers. – There is an expectation that women should not only make good races, but also be good looking, slim, kind and perfect, says Britta Johansson Norgren, who won the Vasaloppet this year. [19659003] …

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