Cancer Cells Lose Their Circadian Rhythm

June 18, 2010

Immortality and uncontrolled cell division are the fundamental differences between cancer tissue and normal tissue. A widely held explanation for these differences is how the biological clocks in cancer malignancy cells are damaged and can’t regulate cell division in the fashion that they do in normal tissue. This assumption is challenged by the results of […]

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Mysteries of Human Mind

June 16, 2010

Sweet Dreams: If you were to ask 10 individuals what dreams are made of, you’d most likely get 10 various answers. That’s because scientists are still unraveling this mystery. One possibility: Dreaming exercises brain by stimulating the trafficking of synapses between mind cells. Another theory is the fact that people dream about tasks and emotions […]

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Post Baby Blues For Daddies Too

June 14, 2010

Study finds that 1 in 10 males is affected with postnatal depression. Even though numerous people know that new moms are at increased risk of depression following the birth of the child, new study suggests that about 10 percent of new dads experience the “baby blues,” too. The researchers found that if the mother experiences […]

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Keys to Health and Happiness

June 12, 2010

The Keys to Health and Happiness…”To Be Wholesome Never Eat Candy.” Here’s what the acronym TBHNEC really stands for: – Thoughts – Breathing – Hydration – Nutrition – Exercise – Circadian Rhythms   It is not about getting a rigid stance of boycotting the candy aisle and never eating sugar again. Circadian Rhythms, since this […]

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Green Light Exposure Can Reset Body Clock As Well

June 10, 2010

Exposure to green brightness can reset the body’s internal clock and alter sleep-related hormonal responses, new research suggests. The finding, reported in the May 12 concern of Science Translational Medicine, stems from investigation carried out by a team of scientists at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and builds on prior investigation about how the […]

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The Importance Of Circadian Rhythm When Getting In Shape

June 8, 2010

Circadian rhythms are much much more powerful than most people understand. Not only do they control various aspects of weight loss, but they also have a direct impact on your daily high quality of life. And to make matters even more grim, an irregular routine has been shown to improve mortality. Right here are some […]

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