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World’s First Baby Born with Controversial “3 Parent” Technique [Breaking NEWS]

New Scientist reports;  On 6th April 2016 a baby born in Mexico to a Jordanian couple with new “3 Parent Technique”  and become world’s first baby born with this controversial technique that is not allowed in the United States at present.In fact this technique uses new in-vitro fertilization process that results in birth of a baby by using [...]

Monkeys Can Type Shakespeare Play “Hamlet” with Brain Implants [New Research]

New research suggests that Monkeys are able to type paras of the Shakespeare play “Hamlet” with brain implants. The research also declares that monkeys type speed remained up to 12 words per minute, with fewer typos than past brain-computer interfaces. It is a good news for human-beings as the new brain implants technique will result [...]

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The cause of obsessive compulsive disorder is identified?

The obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive, recurrent and persistent thoughts that produce uneasiness, apprehension, fear or concern. Also, with the aim of reducing this anxiety, repetitive behaviors occur. Despite the various symptoms of the disease, new research suggests that OCD may be mediated by a single brain receptor , thus providing a clear target for [...]

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Blood Test can Predict the Risk of Death in the Next Five Years

Blood test can predict whether a healthy person will die in the next five years. ” death  test” developed the Finnish and Estonian scientists.who published an article in the scientific journal PLOS Medicine . Developed by scientists option blood test identifies four biological marker indicates the risk of death from any disease in the near future.

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How to Lose Weight Without Hunger: Important Rules for the Use of Proteins

Those who want to lose weight, do not be afraid to eat protein: meat, fish and seafood, eggs and cheese. Protein products to help lose weight without hunger, as they give a feeling of satiety for a long time, and still nourish muscle tissue and improve skin tone. However, it is not necessary to get involved: full protein [...]

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Researchers: Old Age Comes Slower to Happy People

London researchers from University College for eight years conducted research as a result of which came to the conclusion that happy people age more slowly. Experts involved in the experiment three thousand people, male and female between the ages of sixty years, followed by eight years passed detailed observation.

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Only Two Neural Circuitry Prevents you to Stay Paralyzed

Store memories in our brain is uniquely determined by two neural circuits. Perhaps in the future, the construction of memory can be altered by turning some specific groups of neurons Imagine you hear the halt of tires and then the sound of breaking glass. How will  react your brain next time you face a similar situation? What are the tricks [...]

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Astatine, Rarest Chemical Element that can Help to fight Cancer

Research CERN allows to know some of the properties of the rarest chemical element on Earth. This work could help the astatine  to fight against cancer in the coming years. Astatine is the rarest chemical element on Earth. In the periodic table is represented by the symbol At and atomic number 85. 

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Drugs which Brain Produces Naturally

A study published in the journal Neuron confirms some assumptions made in the eighties , why the brain should have its own natural store of drugs? In our body, incredible as it may seem, there are drugs that the brain produces a completely natural way. But drugs understood as those stimulants, narcotic or hallucinogenic that can cause serious [...]

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Newborn Survives Thanks to 3D-Printed Splint

The life of a newborn baby managed to save scientists at the University of Michigan implanting the first artificial trachea section built with 3D- printer. The unfortunate infant aged 6 weeks suddenly stopped breathing, bruising and was rushed to a pediatric clinic. There was diagnosed with a rare respiratory disease (tracheobronchomalacia) that affects one in 2,200 newborns [...]

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Closer to Understand how Memory is Formed

The short term memory and long term would be consolidated, according to Japanese researchers working in different parts of the brain. This study lays the groundwork for the first time of how memories are formed. The construction of memory has been a real mystery to researchers. Knowing how you form memories is one of the most fascinating mysteries of [...]

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Scientists Discover new Method for Healing Wounds. Finally in Surgical Sutures?

The method currently used to stop bleeding, healing and healing of wounds and to prevent infection is surgical sutures. Although in most cases the stitches do not require removal and absorbed by the body itself, have the major drawback that leave scars (albeit subtle) for many years that sometimes never disappears.

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