A scientific experiment involving 42 people has allowed scientists to draw some conclusions about the connection between sleep deprivation and alcoholism. The experiment was carried out on the basis of Yale University.
To participate in the trials scientists were selected by volunteers, Continue reading “The sleep patterns of a person affects the tendency to alcoholism”
The overall survival and, more significantly, the survival rate in breast cancer (BC) significantly increased during therapy with statins before and after diagnosis. This is stated in the Swedish national study, whose results were presented at the Symposium on breast cancer in San Antonio – San Continue reading “Statin treatment improves survival in breast cancer”
Experts estimate that the average person today breathes to 130 fragments of plastic daily. All this can trigger asthma, heart disease and autoimmune disorders.
Today on the planet have accumulated such a huge amount of plastic wasteand the production continues to grow at such a pace Continue reading “Every day we breathe in 130 fragments of plastic, life-threatening”
American researchers presented printed on a 3D printer the “real” tattoo, which respond to changes in the environment. They are made from genetically engineered bacterial cells.
Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of technology demonstrated the amazing new technology of 3D Continue reading “Scientists printed on a 3D printer “live” tattoo”
Men have genital human papillomavirus (HPV) are at increased risk of reinfection with the same HPV type, according to a study published in the journal PNAS.
After analyzing the data of over 4 thousand men who are not vaccinated against HPV, in Florida, Mexico and Brazil from 2005 to 2009, the Continue reading “Among men with HPV detected an increased risk of re-infection”
On the background of the catastrophic shortage of affordable goods and food in Venezuela appeared the so-called medical flea market. At one counter with the not so fresh fruit and vegetables to consumers offer to purchase antibiotics and contraceptives.
For several years Venezuela is Continue reading “Drugs in Venezuela now sell at flea markets”
Conducting mammographic screening in a 24-year period among women 50 to 74 years had no significant effect on reducing indicators of development for metastatic breast cancer (BC) or mortality from cancer. This is stated in the study, whose results are published in the journal the BMJ.
However, Continue reading “Mammography is associated with a slight decrease morbidity and mortality from breast cancer”
Only a small percentage of cases of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is associated with sexual activity. However, the survival rate in these cases remains low.
Sudden cardiac arrest during sex or within one hour after it is more prevalent in men, African Americans, who have had a history of Continue reading “Sex rarely causes sudden cardiac arrest”
The Daily Mail revealed the results of new research of the scientific staff of the Medical school of Yale University. Scientists came to the conclusion that responsible for getting pleasure and reward hormone dopamine, is directly correlated with the level of development of intellectual abilities. Continue reading “Scientists have discovered the relationship of hormones of the human brain with the development of intellectual abilities”
German scientists have developed a new approach that increases the success of transplants.
A group of scientists from the University of Constanta (Germany) in experiments with laboratory animals developed an approach to prevent rejection of the transplanted kidney. A crucial role is Continue reading “How long to prevent rejection of donor organs?”