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Eye movements provide information about mental health

Eye movements provide information about mental health

Scientists have developed a technique for schizophrenia, which boasts almost 100% accuracy, writes The Daily Mail. Thus, experts suggest looking into your eyes. According to them, in violation of eye movement indicates a problem of mentality. Theory employees of the University of Aberdeen tested on a group of volunteers. The result were diagnosed with an accuracy equal to 98%. Schizophrenics could hardly smooth track slowly moving objects. Look not constantly keep up with the subject, and...

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Researchers are one step away from a universal cancer therapy

Researchers are one step away from a universal cancer therapy

Oncology company Vaxil Biotheraputics and Tel Aviv University have developed a vaccine that is able to "train" the body so that it is itself and destroy cancer cells, writes The Telegraph. This is a new approach that focuses on the manipulation of molecules present in 90% of cancers. This makes treatment almost universal. Preliminary findings are: a means of initiating an immune response and reduces the prevalence of cancer. Usually the cancer can sneak past the immune system....

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Chickenpox, settled in the intestine, was accused of causing ulcers

Chickenpox, settled in the intestine, was accused of causing ulcers

Chickenpox can stay in the body throughout life. According to doctors, it is worth it for the inexplicable fact of abdominal pain and bloating. This "intestinal chickenpox" can even cause ulcers, writes The Daily Mail. Doctors already knew that after exposure to chickenpox in childhood virus isolated in the nerve cells near the brain and spinal cord. Experts at Columbia University assured that the virus is isolated and in the nerve cells of the intestine. Usually he sleeps, but,...

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Dopamine is the secret behind the "placebo effect"

Dopamine is the secret behind the "placebo effect"

If person placebo effect, it means that he is the proud owner of a specific genetic sequences, reports BBC. This sequence of Professor Edzard Ernst of the University of Exeter has revealed some 104 people from the group of volunteers. All participants had irritable bowel syndrome. Turned out, those who had a particular version of the gene COMT, began to feel better after placebo treatment (in this case, it was an imitation of acupuncture). True, scientists do not yet know whether this...

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Styling products and nail polish increases the risk of diabetes

Styling products and nail polish increases the risk of diabetes

Women actively using bronzer and hairspray, were at risk of developing diabetes, according to The Daily Mail, citing a study of the Womens Hospital Brigham. After analyzing the data in 2350 American women 20-80 years, scientists have identified a clear association between the product phthalates and metabolic disorder. High levels of phthalates (in particular, mono-benzyl phthalate, and mono-isobutyl phthalate) in the body increased the risk of diabetes in half. Also marked insulin...

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German epidemic of intestinal infection spread to the Netherlands

German epidemic of intestinal infection spread to the Netherlands

Earlier this week, German doctors reported the mass poisoning. On Tuesday, there were more than 130 injured and two dead. Then epidemiologists as a pathogen bacterium called enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli. The doctors were surprised particular severity of the victims and the fact that the lions share of them – women. Today in Germany, the number of infected and patients with suspected infection, according to some reports, has reached 600. Today it became known that the Netherlands...

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In Mumbai declared malaria epidemic

In Mumbai declared malaria epidemic

At the meeting of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (BMC) as the most acute problem of malaria was called, after which she has officially given the status of the epidemic. In view of the fact that more and more people fall ill, private hospitals are overwhelmed by patients, said the leader of the opposition Radzhans Singh. This view is supported by almost all participants. Is also important following point: incidence increases, not only among the poor. Malaria-exposed people...

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Smokers will receive a vaccine against Tobacco

Smokers will receive a vaccine against Tobacco

The new vaccine Smokers can no longer enjoy, giving a bad habit, reports BBC. The point is this: in the body formed antibodies that do not give nicotine to enter the brain. Animal experiments have shown that the vaccine reduced the concentration of compound at 85%. While development have not checked on the people. But the head of the research group, Professor Ronald Crystal, confident in its success. I must say, we have already created a vaccine against smoking. Typically, scientists have...

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Fatherhood changes a man for the better, has been demonstrated

Fatherhood changes a man for the better, has been demonstrated

If you want to change a man who behaves irresponsibly and does risky behavior, it is necessary to make his father. According to American scientists, changing roles and help to change the character, writes The Daily Mail. However, this will only work if a man becomes a father for the first time. This fact causes him to grow up, to give up alcohol, cigarettes, and even crime, a study found. This is especially true for older men, because they are mature enough to take paternity leave bad...

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The obesity epidemic: doctors scan patients in zoos and veterinary

The obesity epidemic: doctors scan patients in zoos and veterinary

British public hospitals have to seek the help of zoos and veterinary clinics to scan larger patients that do not fit into standard scanners, writes The Daily Mail. Doctors blame the obesity epidemic. And in turn, the Royal Veterinary College, has already said that their CT scanners designed for horses, can be used to examine patients weighing 190.5 kilograms or more. However, the college will have to obtain a special license to legally examine people. Must say, in the U.S., where the...

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