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Hoopoes engage in strange egg-licking behaviors

74249 74249 Hoopoes have a remarkable habit. They cover their eggs with a secretion from their beaks. The secretion is packed with beneficial bacteria, which protects the eggs. A new research study has been looking into this behaviour further.To date, the interesting behavior has only been detected with hoopoes, with no other birds displaying this type… Seguir Leyendo Hoopoes engage in strange egg-licking behaviors

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Study on ‘Pinocchio Effect’: Lying raises nose temperature

Spanish researchers studying thermography have confirmed the “Pinnocchio effect” which causes the nose temperature to raise when a person lies.Emilio Gómez Milán and Elvira Salazar López, researchers at the University of Granada Department of Experimental Psychology, have confirmed the “Pinnocchio effect.” Although a person’s nose does not grow when they lie, its temperature increases.Canal UGR… Seguir Leyendo Study on ‘Pinocchio Effect’: Lying raises nose temperature

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Study on ‘Pinocchio Effect’: Lying raises nose temperature

Spanish researchers studying thermography have confirmed the “Pinnocchio effect” which causes the nose temperature to raise when a person lies.Emilio Gómez Milán and Elvira Salazar López, researchers at the University of Granada Department of Experimental Psychology, have confirmed the “Pinnocchio effect.” Although a person’s nose does not grow when they lie, its temperature increases.Canal UGR… Seguir Leyendo Study on ‘Pinocchio Effect’: Lying raises nose temperature

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Study on ‘Pinocchio Effect’: Lying raises nose temperature

Spanish researchers studying thermography have confirmed the “Pinnocchio effect” which causes the nose temperature to raise when a person lies.Emilio Gómez Milán and Elvira Salazar López, researchers at the University of Granada Department of Experimental Psychology, have confirmed the “Pinnocchio effect.” Although a person’s nose does not grow when they lie, its temperature increases.Canal UGR… Seguir Leyendo Study on ‘Pinocchio Effect’: Lying raises nose temperature

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Bel Marra Health Comments on Research That Shows a Direct Link Between Fast Food and Increased Risk of Depression

Bel Marra Health, well known for offering high-quality, specially formulated vitamins and nutritional supplements, has commented on recent research that shows a direct connection between eating fast food and an increased risk of developing depression. The research was done by scientists at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of Granada,… Seguir Leyendo Bel Marra Health Comments on Research That Shows a Direct Link Between Fast Food and Increased Risk of Depression

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Study: Researchers find new link between depression, fast food

University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of Granada scientists have found a direct link between the consumption of fast food and depression, according to a study published in the Public Health Nutrition journal.The consumption of unhealthy fast food items, like a Big Mac and Whopper, has been known to contribute to… Seguir Leyendo Study: Researchers find new link between depression, fast food

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Omega-3 in fish: Why salmon is healthy for pregnant women

Eating salmon twice per week during pregnancy increases omega-3 levels in both the mother and the developing child, improving the antioxidant defenses of both, a study has suggested.What we already knowProper nutrition prior to and throughout pregnancy has long been known for optimizing the health and well-being of both mother and baby, previous research shows.Pregnancy… Seguir Leyendo Omega-3 in fish: Why salmon is healthy for pregnant women

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Researchers link child obesity to meals outside the home

A group of researchers from the University of Granada in Granada Spain discovered a strong link between children eating at home and their level of nutrition.The study shows that children who eat lunch at home involving a prepared meal by their mother have a higher level of nutrition in general when compared to those who… Seguir Leyendo Researchers link child obesity to meals outside the home

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Study Says Researchers Find Anti-cancer Medicine in Wild Plant

– Study Says Researchers Find Anti-cancer Medicine in Wild Plant Researchers have found the plant “Dittirichia viscose”, known as elecampe, can be used to obtain inhibitors of neurogenic vasodilatation, a significant progress in migraine and cancer treatments.Scientists working at the Department of Organic Chemistry and the Biotechnology Institute of the University of Granada discovered that… Seguir Leyendo Study Says Researchers Find Anti-cancer Medicine in Wild Plant