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Counteracting bone fragility with human amniotic mesenchymal stem cells

Stem cells derived from the amniotic fluid that surrounds a developing baby could help repair the skeletons of people who have brittle bones. A new study has found that mice bred to have fragile bones suffered 80 percent fewer fractures when given a novel treatment that saw them infused with the cells.

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Running makes you smarter

Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and other tests, the researchers recently analyzed the mental abilities and brain structure of athletes who have been exercising for 15 years or more, and compared the results with ten non-exercising people of the same age who had a similar level of education. 

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5 herbs that increase magnesium levels in blood

Almost 80 percent of people experience magnesium deficiency at some point in their lives, often without even being aware of it. The health consequences of magnesium deficiency are seriously underrated.

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Bananas vs. sports drinks as an energy source

Bananas are one of the favourite sources of energy for endurance and recreational athletes. They are a rich source of potassium and other nutrients.

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To prevent panic and related disorders exercise regularly!

People with "high anxiety sensitivity", an intense fear of the nausea, racing heart, dizziness, stomachaches and shortness of breath that accompany panic, reacted with less anxiety to a panic-inducing stressor if they had been engaging in high levels of physical activity, said researchers at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and the University of Vermont in Burlington.

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Water is important for health

It's common knowledge that in 80-degree weather, the body needs to replenish lost fluids. Therefore in higher temperatures, we reach for a cold glass of water without much thought. But even in the dead of winter, we still lose water on a regular basis. Our body is constantly losing the life-promoting resource of water through the body processes of perspiration, urination and even breathing. And regardless of temperature, when we are ill, we lose even more water than normal. So, if you feel a case of the sniffles coming on, you know it's time to up your water consumption.

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The truth about herbs in stress reduction

Herbs and natural substances are marketed as home remedies for stress. There are some evidence that any of these products work well over the short term and some of them may cause adverse effects, particularly if used with other drugs. 

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Solution for better digestion: celery

Celery is called superfoods and is mostly forgotten by other more expensive superfoods. It is very easily to grow on a home garden. 

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Genetic analysis as a present!

GenePlanet, winner of the gold award for innovation, enables now to purchase the genetic analysis in the form of a gift package. Allow your gift to make the entry to the year 2015 particularly innovative and original!

 

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How much coffee do you drink? It is in written in your DNA!

In new study, scientists have identified some genes that may play a role in how much coffee you consume. Apparent effect of identified genes is quite small; however, variations in such genes may modify coffee's effect on a person's health.

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