An international team of scientists came to the conclusion that regular physical activity can reduce the negative impact of the genetic determinants of the propensity of a person to obesity. A study published in the journal PLOS Genetics. Experts have established that regular physical exercise reduces the activity of the gene FTO, which increases the… Read more Found a way to get rid of the genetic predisposition to obesity.
Scientists have found new evidence that Parkinson’s disease can begin to develop in the intestines before spread to the neurons of the brain. Proof of this was a lower incidence among patients who underwent the procedure crancularn vagotomy – resection of vagus nerve above the diaphragm. Such patients are 40% less likely to have been… Read more Parkinson’s disease begins in the gut.
A group of researchers from Pennsylvania found that daily consumption of a certain number of peanuts will help prevent the development of cardiovascular pathologies. In addition, scientists say that this addition to the diet will help “push” the onset of old age. However, the use of this product should be dosed based on the individual… Read more PEANUTS MAY PREVENT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES.
A group of scientists from North Carolina was discovered that the ingestion of fresh beetroot juice, in particular before carrying out a physical activity has a favorable effect on some areas of the human brain. The researchers attribute this to the fact that this beverage contains a large amount of nitric oxide. This substance is… Read more DISCOVERY: BEET JUICE PROLONGS YOUTH OF THE BRAIN.
Thanks to modern genetic knowledge could the baboons live 945 days since he transplanted the heart of a pig. The achieved results of this experiment give hope for successful transplantation of human organs from donor animals. As you know, the transplantation of organs from one species to another, xenotransplantation, Otradnaya through the reaction of the… Read more The heart of a pig and body of a baboon – can they exist together?
It is no secret that coffee and lack of sleep often go hand in hand. People who are not sleeping at night for various reasons, are forced to drink coffee, to somehow cheer up. And recently, researchers made a surprising finding: coffee reduces pain in people with lack of sleep, says The Australian. Neuroscientists from… Read more Coffee has proved to be a powerful painkiller
The staff of the National Children’s Hospital in Columbus found: 263000 children under the age of 18 for the period from 1990 to 2010 were in the emergency Department because of ear injuries associated with the use of cotton sticks. That is, because q-tips children received about 12,500 injuries per year, or about 34 injuries… Read more Clean the ears with cotton swabs dangerous, experts warn