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Newly discovered brain receptor controls our mood – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Specialist portal

Researchers discovered receptor in the brain that regulates negative moods An international research team has discovered a receptor in a poorly understood part of the brain that is thought to be related to negative moods. The discovery published in the journal Science may lead to more targeted drugs. Researchers have discovered a unique receptor in the brain that is believed …

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A red loop in the district

Author:             Alfred Mayer                     from Hartberg-Fürstenfeld                  The Aids-Hilfe Steiermark wants to "know" it in Hartberg-Fürstenfeld. There are around 50 people in Styria every year who are diagnosed with HIV infection for the first time. In order to increase awareness of HIV and AIDS again, Aids Hilfe Steiermark is touring the district of Hartberg-Fürstenfeld from November 11 to December 2, under …

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Potatoes as a dietician – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Specialist portal

Healthy root vegetables: Preparing potatoes properly Potatoes have a bad reputation with many people because they are considered unhealthy or as fattening agents. But if the root vegetables are cooked properly, it is a great source of essential vitamins and nutrients. Potatoes are popular with most Germans. However, the root vegetable is frowned upon by many as a fad. However, …

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Does our sense of smell function differently than previously thought? – Naturopathy & Naturopathy specialist portal

Left-handed women often show anomalies of the sense of smell Our sense of smell is significantly influenced by the olfactory bulb (olfactory bulb) and disturbances of the olfactory bulb are considered to be a possible cause of impairment of the sense of smell, according to the current state of research. In a recent study, however, an Israeli research team discovered …

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The engineer who trains rehab robots –

Armin is standing directly on the window front of the open-plan office. This sturdy, green-silver machine with the long, articulated gripper arm looks as if it came from a factory hall for assembling cars. But it is located in a multi-storey research building opposite the Inselspital Bern. "This is our therapy robot," says Laura Marchal-Crespo, slipping her arm through the …

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Measles make them more susceptible to later illnesses – According to the study, the immune system eradicates immune memory

Measles are not a harmless childhood disease. In the worst case, an infection can be fatal. So much is known. But researchers from the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), in collaboration with researchers from the UK and the Netherlands, have now discovered that measles viruses erase part of their immunological memory over the years. This means that affected persons are more …

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Dietary supplements can reduce child mortality – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Specialist portal

Vitamin and mineral supplements reduce child mortality More than half of all childhood deaths worldwide are due to preventable causes, such as adverse effects of malnutrition. A new study has found that child mortality decreases significantly when children receive dietary supplements that are high in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of …

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Hearing loss can worsen dementia symptoms – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Specialist Portal

Connection between Hearing Loss and Dementia Hearing loss in old age is more than just an inconvenience. Some people are gradually losing touch with their social relationships because it can be frustrating and embarrassing not to hear. In addition, hearing loss can trigger a range of health problems and also worsen dementia symptoms. In hearing loss, many people think that …

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The engineer who trains rehab robots – News Knowledge: Medicine & Psychology

Armin is standing directly on the window front of the open-plan office. This sturdy, green-silver machine with the long, articulated gripper arm looks as if it came from a factory hall for assembling cars. But it is located in a multi-storey research building opposite the Inselspital Bern. "This is our therapy robot," says Laura Marchal-Crespo, slipping her arm through the …

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Measles make them more susceptible to later illnesses – infection clears immune memory

Measles are not a harmless childhood disease. In the worst case, an infection can be fatal. So much is known. But researchers from the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI), in collaboration with researchers from the UK and the Netherlands, have now discovered that measles viruses erase part of their immunological memory over the years. This means that affected persons are more …

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