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Oldest Evidence Of Breast Cancer Seen In Ancient Egyptian Skeleton

EgiptoCancer Archaeologists say they may have found the world’s oldest case of breast cancer in a skeleton unearthed recently in Egypt — a reminder that cancer is not just a modern disease.The skeleton, believed to be that of an adult woman, was unearthed by Spanish researchers working at the Qubbet el-Hawa archaeological site west of… Seguir Leyendo Oldest Evidence Of Breast Cancer Seen In Ancient Egyptian Skeleton

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Antioxidants In Foods May Be More Prevalent Than We Thought: Study

75057 The benefits of certain foods such as orange juice could be more important than we think, according to a new study suggesting current methods for determining antioxidant activity only tell half the story. Researchers from the University of Granada developed a method called the global antioxidant response (GAR) that they claim provides a more thorough… Seguir Leyendo Antioxidants In Foods May Be More Prevalent Than We Thought: Study

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‘Pinocchio Effect:’ Lying Causes Nose To Heat Up, Thermography Study Shows

Much like Pinocchio, your nose could reveal that you’re lying, though unlike the beloved character, your nose will heat up instead of growing longer when you tell a fib, new research claims. Psychology researchers from the University of Granada in Spain used thermography to study the temperature of people’s faces in experiments. They said they… Seguir Leyendo ‘Pinocchio Effect:’ Lying Causes Nose To Heat Up, Thermography Study Shows

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‘Pinocchio Effect:’ Lying Causes Nose To Heat Up, Thermography Study Shows

Much like Pinocchio, your nose could reveal that you’re lying, though unlike the beloved character, your nose will heat up instead of growing longer when you tell a fib, new research claims. Psychology researchers from the University of Granada in Spain used thermography to study the temperature of people’s faces in experiments. They said they… Seguir Leyendo ‘Pinocchio Effect:’ Lying Causes Nose To Heat Up, Thermography Study Shows

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Sexual Fantasies Decoded: Desires Differ Between Women And Men, According To New Survey

Both men and women have sexual fantasies, though — perhaps not surprisingly — the types of things they fantasize about differ.   Researchers at the University of Granada have released the results of a study which found that women fantasize about “pleasant” sexual encounters a few times a month, while men fantasize much more frequently… Seguir Leyendo Sexual Fantasies Decoded: Desires Differ Between Women And Men, According To New Survey

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Sexual Fantasies Decoded: Desires Differ Between Women And Men, According To New Survey

Both men and women have sexual fantasies, though — perhaps not surprisingly — the types of things they fantasize about differ.   Researchers at the University of Granada have released the results of a study which found that women fantasize about “pleasant” sexual encounters a few times a month, while men fantasize much more frequently… Seguir Leyendo Sexual Fantasies Decoded: Desires Differ Between Women And Men, According To New Survey

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Rare Bronze Statue Of Topless Female Gladiator Found In German Museum

A new study suggests that a rare statue of a gladiator is housed in a German museum. The catch: the warrior may be a woman. In the International Journal of the History of Sport, Alfonso Manas of the University of Granada argues that the evidence indicates that this is “the second piece of visual evidence… Seguir Leyendo Rare Bronze Statue Of Topless Female Gladiator Found In German Museum