New Research: Are the Rich Less Moral?
New Research: Are the Rich Less Moral? video, psychology, rich, moral, research, behavior In a fascinating series of studies, psychologists from the well known University of Berkeley, California, found that upper-class individuals display less moral behavior ...
Researchers Have Managed to Actually Reverse Dementia...
Dementia patients have renewed hope of being cured of their ailment following a successful study in which researchers managed to reverse dementia in mice.
Could This Research Consign Kidney Stones To History?
It looks like a fascinating medical breakthrough has been made – revolutionary research has found that a natural fruit extract is capable of dissolving the calcium oxalate crystals that form kidney stones.
Research Proven: This Plant Fights Cancer and Diabetes!
The aim of the experiments was to examine the effect of this unique plant on pancreatic cancer, and the results of both types of research showed that the plant inhibits increased production of cancer cells, meaning it stops the formation of tumors.
This Joke Starts With Door-to-door Research Being Done
One day, while doing door-to-door market research, this guy knocks on a door and is greeted by a beautiful young housewife. He's inquiring about a particular petroleum jelly product to see how it's being used, and by whom.
Researchers Claim This Ingredient Can Cure Depression!
However, brain-scan data from new research suggests that psilocybin does impact brain networks that are associated with depression.
INCREDIBLE: UK Researchers May Be Close to Beating HIV
Mark Samuels, Managing Director of the National Institute for Health Research Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure, said that the trial was one of the first serious attempts at curing HIV.
New Research Reveals a Link Between Bacteria & Alzheimer's
However, groundbreaking new research, published in ' Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience ,' promises to be the next step forward, and will hopefully lead to a cure before too long.
New Research Gives Another Reason to Reduce Salt Intake
In a study conducted at the Feil Family Brain and Mind Research Institute in New York , high salt consumption was associated with memory and learning difficulties, and the surprising thing is that this problem is due to the brain's connection to the intestines.
Research Proven: These 9 Things Make People Unattractive
In a 2010 study , researchers photographed people who slept for 8 hours a night, compared to people who did not sleep for 31 hours.
Research Shows That Common Medication Can Cause Depression
As a result, the researchers state that “many patients may therefore not be aware of the greater likelihood of concurrent depression associated with these commonly used medications.” To exacerbate matters, when these drugs are used together (polypharmacy), the prevalence of depression increases.
This Research Shows How Fasting Can Slow Down Aging
Source H/T Images How Fasting Can Slow Down Aging science, health, aging, medicine, baba recommends, research, anti-aging, vascular system, circulatory system A recent study has found that a molecule produced while fasting has an anti-aging effect on vascular system. Learn all about it here.
Funny Joke: The Researcher, the General, and the Question
A female researcher was writing her thesis about the effects of long army service and sexual function. In one of her first meetings with war veterans, some still serving, some honorably discharged, she decides to pose a somewhat delicate question.
These Archeological Finds Continue to Baffle Researchers
A 300 million year-old-chunk of coal discovered in Russia, however, has left researcher baffled, because there's no way that human beings could have ever put the aluminum it contains into it - they didn't even exist during that time period. 8.
Research Proven: 4 Secrets to the Perfect Vacation!
The researchers tracked women from Framingham, Massachusetts for 20 years, during which it was found that the women who had the least time off were at a higher risk of experiencing a heart attack.
Salt: Harmful or Healthy? New Research Reveals the Answer
The answer to this question is given in brand new research we’ll talk about below.
Amazing: Researchers Make Massive Alzheimer's Breakthrough
Researchers at University College London are responsible for perfecting a type of PET scan called amyloid PET. This type of scan allows them to use radioactive tracers in the brain. In turn, this allows for certain proteins, which are clear indicators of Alzheimer’s, to be spotted.
Years of Research: The Latest Verdict on GMO Corn!
A review of 6,000 studies across two decades has finally delivered its verdict on GMO corn. Watch the informative video below to find out more! This is the Latest Verdict on GMO Corn informative, ..
New Research: Can Our Brain Repair Itself?
Our brain is the one thing we can never replace. Even at our most wild medical fantasies, like recently with the body transplant, we know we cannot replace our brains. Brains get damaged over time,..
Paralyzed Man Feels Sensation From New Robotic Hand
The robotic hand was developed by John Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory, and forms part of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ( DARPA ) research project.
How Drinking Too Little Alcohol May Also Cause Dementia
This is why dementia research is so vital.
Learn About Nanomedicine - Healer of the Future!
In a revolutionary recent discovery, IBM researchers in Singapore used common plastic to engineer it into nanomedicine, or miniscule medicine. The piece of plastic is 1,000 times smaller than a grain of sand and can be used to attack fungi that are resistant to antibiotics.
Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Linked with Cardiac Arrest - Study
The study’s chief researcher, Dr. Gunnar Gislason, said that the findings provided a stark reminder that NSAIDs were far from harmless, adding that people should be aware of the link so that they can balance the benefits of taking NSAIDs against the risks.
WARNING: Painkillers May Increase the Risk Of Heart Attack
The international team of researchers found that all five non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) examined could raise the risk as early as the first week of use.