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Music therapy ease pain in muscles, joints

Music therapy combined with other relaxation techniques based on guided imagery, reduces pain, depression and anxiety and improves sleep in fibromyalgia, a condition that causes pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the muscles, tendons and joints. It is characterised by restless sleep, chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression and disturbances in bowel function. The experimental study, conducted by… Seguir Leyendo Music therapy ease pain in muscles, joints

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Gandhi-preferred goat milk good for heart, health

Goat milk’s fat also reduces total cholesterol levels, which makes it a food of choice for preventing cardiac disorders, says a University of Granada study in Spain. Its regular consumption by anemic patients improves their recovery, since it enhances the nutritional use of iron and enhances the regeneration of hemoglobin — this means that this… Seguir Leyendo Gandhi-preferred goat milk good for heart, health

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Sleep regulating hormone can help shed flab

A natural hormone, it is found in small quantities in some fruits and vegetables such as mustard, Goji berries, almonds, sunflower seeds, cardamom, fennel, coriander and cherries. Thus, its intake might help in controlling weight gain and preventing heart diseases linked with obesity and dyslipidemia, the Journal of Pineal Research reports. University of Granada researchers… Seguir Leyendo Sleep regulating hormone can help shed flab

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Women feel emotions more intensely than men

Women feel emotions more intensely than men when a conflict arises between them as a couple, said a study that analysed the type of interpersonal emotions people feel when they face different conflicting situations. The study also analysed how emotions impact the recurrence of conflicts, reports the journal Intervencion Psicosocial. It found that men mostly… Seguir Leyendo Women feel emotions more intensely than men

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‘Collection mania’ can cause pyschological disorders

The tendency to collect items in moderation bolsters certain skills but, if unchecked, the habit can lead to psychological disorders, says a researcher. For instance, porcelain dolls, precious stones, world thimbles, watches, fans, dino replicas, and tanks and ships are some of the collections that often crowd our stands. In principle, “as long as this… Seguir Leyendo ‘Collection mania’ can cause pyschological disorders

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Six out of 10 male drug addicts abuse partners

A study by the University of Granada, Spain, revealed that personal control, sexual abuse, neglect and emotional blackmail out of guilt are the most prevalent forms of abuse. The study revealed that between 6.5 and 72.4 percent of the population admits committing some form of violence against their partner, according to a Granada release. The… Seguir Leyendo Six out of 10 male drug addicts abuse partners

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Dental patterns as accurate as DNA

Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) in Spain came to this conclusion after analysing the dental patterns of more than 3,000 people. “There is sufficient dental diversity between people to enable a scientifically-based human identification method to be developed for forensic purposes,” said Stella Martín de las Heras, professor of legal and forensic medicine… Seguir Leyendo Dental patterns as accurate as DNA

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94 percent of breastfeeding mothers don’t follow proper diet

About 94 percent of breastfeeding mothers do not follow a proper diet, says a new study. The research conducted by the University of Granada (UG) revealed that nursing mothers did not consume the recommended dairy intake of fat, vitamins A, E and iron, while protein intake was too high. The results obtained will serve to… Seguir Leyendo 94 percent of breastfeeding mothers don’t follow proper diet

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‘Banks, intel services can pool data to disrupt Qaeda funds’

Banks and intelligence services can pool information to deter and destroy Al Qaeda’s sources of fund raising, says recent research. Financial data themselves may not give any hint on how this terrorist group and its related outfits get funds. However, when these data are combined with other information held by the intelligence services, it can… Seguir Leyendo ‘Banks, intel services can pool data to disrupt Qaeda funds’

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