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Danish research is on the trail of the muscle pill

Eat a pill and get bigger muscles. It sounds almost too good to be true. And it is - yet. But a research group...

News addiction linked to poor mental and physical health

Many people might think that following the news is a good thing. But everything in moderation, as they say. And that probably includes news consumption....

Increase in cancer cases in young people is linked to daily routines

Researchers at the University of California have discovered how the circadian clock affects cell growth, metabolism, and tumor progression. In today's world, there is an...

Scientists have created “artificial” embryos without eggs or sperm

The University of Cambridge has created "artificial" embryos from mouse stem cells that have a beating heart, as well as the bases of the...

One vaccine for all types of flu: trials of a universal vaccine

Scientists at the University of Georgia have evaluated the performance of a universal flu vaccine on young and old mice. Modern influenza vaccinations are based...

Scientists: social media-dependent parents are more likely to yell and scold their children

Scientists: Social media-dependent parents are more likely to yell and scold their children A University of Waterloo study in Canada found that moms and dads...

Scientists: people remember foreign languages even 50 years later

Researchers at York University have shown that people who took a foreign language test 50 years after the exams perform as well as recent...

Smoking harms not only blood vessels: here’s what it does to the heart

Scientists at the Herlev and Gentofte Clinic in Copenhagen have found that smoking not only damages blood vessels, but also directly harms the heart, and more so than expected.

Scientists tested cosmetics with prebiotics on artificial human skin

German scientists from Rhine-Waal University created a model of human skin and tested cosmetics with prebiotics on it. The model mimics important characteristics of human...

Experts find sweeteners unsafe

Scientists at the Weizmann Institute of Science and Johns Hopkins University have found that artificial sweeteners make it difficult for cells to absorb sugar...

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