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Lavender oil can cause abnormal breast growth in girls

Young girls should avoid contact with lavender oil Exposure to lavender may cause abnormal breast growth in young girls. Parents should make sure their children are not in contact with lavender and tea tree oils. The recent Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine study has found that lavender oil can cause abnormal breast growth in young girls. The results of …

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New approach against antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Are antibiotic-resistant bacteria no longer dangerous? A new method makes antibiotics more effective and kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Researchers now appear to have developed an effective treatment option in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The University of North Carolina's recent study has found that the use of special molecules makes certain antibiotics effective against Staphylococcus aureus a hundred times more potent. …

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"Chernobyl" and Njonoska: The shaking of a worldview

Friday, 16.08.2019 19:35 The news of an accident at the Njonoksa nuclear research center in the White Sea last week sounded like an echo from April 1986: the secrecy, the appeasement that is just beginning to arouse suspicion, the nameless victims and the horror of the possible consequences of a nuclear accident that simply transcends borders and generations. Even if …

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New approach against antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Are antibiotic-resistant bacteria no longer dangerous? A new method makes antibiotics more effective and kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Researchers now appear to have developed an effective treatment option in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The University of North Carolina's recent study has found that the use of special molecules makes certain antibiotics effective against Staphylococcus aureus a hundred times more potent. …

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Social media harms the mental health of children

Sleep Disorders and Cyberbullying through Social Media Social media harms the mental health of children by, for example, significantly affecting their sleep. In addition, the use of cyberbullying exposes the children to their use. A recent joint study by University College London and Imperial College London has found that social media can significantly harm children's mental health. The results of …

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New organ discovered for the sensation of pain

How Do We Feel Pain? Researchers have now identified a new organ involved in the pain sensation. This may help in the development of new, more effective analgesic drugs. The current investigation by the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm has found that special cells in the outer layer of the skin are involved in the perception of pain. The results of …

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Electrical shocks in the brain against food cravings

Helping Electric Strikes Lose Weight Researchers have developed a computer chip that could protect people from overweight and obesity in the future. For this, the chip causes an electric shock to affected persons when they ingest large amounts of food in an uncontrolled manner. The current Stanford University study used a chip that is implanted into the brain and provides …

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Social media usage harms the mental health of children

Sleep Disorders and Cyberbullying through Social Media Social media harms the mental health of children by, for example, significantly affecting their sleep. In addition, the use of cyberbullying exposes the children to their use. A recent joint study by University College London and Imperial College London has found that social media can significantly harm children's mental health. The results of …

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Cambridge researchers reverse the aging process of brain cells in rats

This research could be the breakthrough in the treatment of age-related brain disorders such as dementia or Parkinson's, but also in multiple sclerosis. Cambridge University researchers have discovered how to stem older stem cells into a younger, healthier state. As the world-famous English university announced, researchers have been able to reverse the aging process of brain cells in rats. The …

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