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Does Meditation Boost Intelligence?

Meditation is rapidly gaining practitioners worldwide. Proponents claim that it helps to clear the mind, improve psychological and emotional well-being, and even to alleviate some health problems. The curiosity surrounding it has led scientists to investigate its real effects on people since the second…

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Breakthrough in Biocompatible Manufacturing Brings Medical Micromachines Closer to Reality

Precision medicine carried out by minuscule devices inside the body might be closer to reality thanks to a recent breakthrough in microscale bioengineering. A team of biomedical engineering specialists from the Columbia University School of Engineering and…

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Confidence Is Susceptible of Training

What is confidence? Better yet, should your doctor care about your confidence? Isn't that a personal trait that you either have or don't have? Believe it or not, confidence is an essential component of human health. More importantly, confidence is something that scientists are now able to quantify…

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The Difference in the Way the Women's and Men's Brain Age

You might be used to hearing that women tend to mature earlier and more easily. What you may not realize, however, is that this isn't in fact an old wives’ tale, but rather a physical and scientific fact that has a lot more of an impact than what meets the eye.

The human brain is very identical…

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Study Shows That Breathing-Based Yoga Can Treat Depression

For a lot of people who are suffering from major depression, finding relief usually involves using anti-depressant pills. However, taking medication isn't a surefire way to get rid of the debilitating feelings of hopelessness and sadness. In fact, at least a quarter of those who take antidepressants…

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The First ‘Artificial Pancreas’ Has just Been Approved

We all have heard of diabetes, a medical condition that is affecting millions of people around the world. There are two types of the disease that have been respectively named type 1 and type 2. Type 1 is characterized by complete absence of insulin and is classified as an autoimmune disease since…

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Challenges Facing Health Practitioners in 2016

Starting from the first day in college, to when they are approved to offer services in a health center, doctors always have a rough time while either studding or working. It gets even tougher when they become accredited physicians by the relevant authorities. Even though some of the challenges doctors…

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Test for Parkinson’s almost Here

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological ailment that often manifests at the average age of 65, though there are cases of much younger people being diagnosed with the illness. Parkinson’s is called a movement disorder because of physical symptoms it typically manifests. However, pain can…

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Advances in Prosthetic Limbs

For many years people who lost a limb were able to be fitted with some type of prosthetic replacement. Those prosthetic limbs started out simply, and over time as technology advanced, they have become more and more sophisticated.…

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The 9/11 Attacks may have Led to Low Birth Weights and Preterm Deliveries

The 9/11 attacks on the United States may have had far reaching consequences that people never imagined it could have. A new study shows that low birth weights and preterm…

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