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Zinc, Copper Deficiencies Elevate Spontaneous Abortion Risk

University of Granada scientists has for the first time confirmed that low blood levels of copper and zinc in pregnant women may be a factor associated with spontaneous abortion. The hypothesis had not been confirmed to date, and had never been proven in humans before. Jesus Joaqu¡n Hijona Elosegui, a researcher at the Department of… Seguir Leyendo Zinc, Copper Deficiencies Elevate Spontaneous Abortion Risk

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Breast Cancer-related Fatigue in Survivors Triggered by Depression and Pain

A Spanish study establishes the factors associated with tiredness in cancer survivors to improve their quality of life and rehabilitation. In Spain, 5-year survival following breast cancer diagnosis is more than 83%. Around 66% suffer fatigue following treatment. “Cancer-related fatigue is the symptom that most limits quality of life and is most common in patients… Seguir Leyendo Breast Cancer-related Fatigue in Survivors Triggered by Depression and Pain

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Forget Your Negative Past, Move On to Stay Healthy: Study

A new study reveals remembering the past in a negative way may harm a person’s health. The study by the University of Granada reports that people’s attitude to past events, present experiences or future expectations, influences their perception of health and their quality of life. “We have observed that when people are negative about past… Seguir Leyendo Forget Your Negative Past, Move On to Stay Healthy: Study

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New Cancer Treatment

A novel cancer treatment based on nanotechnology has been developed by researchers of the University of Granada and Edinburgh. This therapy promises to improve current chemotherapy treatments without causing any side effects. This therapy is based on the encapsulation of a catalyst (palladium) into microspheres, to synthesize artificial materials or activate drugs within human cells,… Seguir Leyendo New Cancer Treatment

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Goat Milk Similar To Human Milk: Spanish Study

Goat milk, preferred by Mahatma Gandhi, contains many nutrients that make it similar to human milk, according to a new Spanish study. Researchers at the University of Granada Department of Physiology and Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology, coordinated by Prof Margarita S nchez Campos, have proven that goat milk has nutritional characteristics beneficial to… Seguir Leyendo Goat Milk Similar To Human Milk: Spanish Study

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Migraine Frequency May Reduce With Botox Jabs

Migraine sufferers, Spanish researchers have concluded, could resort to botox treatment for relief. University of Granada scientists said that injecting a local anesthetic or botulinum toxin (botox) into certain points named ‘trigger points’ of the pericraneal and neck muscles reduce migraine frequency among migraine sufferers. They have identified the location of these trigger points -whose… Seguir Leyendo Migraine Frequency May Reduce With Botox Jabs

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Melatonin may Help Control Weight Gain, Prevent Heart Diseases

Researchers have proven that melatonin – a natural hormone produced by the body – helps in controlling weight gain, even without reducing the intake of food, increases HDL cholesterol and reduces LDL cholesterol. Melatonin is found in small quantities in some fruits and vegetables as mustard, Goji berries, almonds, sunflower seeds, cardamom, fennel, coriander and… Seguir Leyendo Melatonin may Help Control Weight Gain, Prevent Heart Diseases

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Tiffs With Partner Leaves Women More Upset Than Men Read more: Tiffs With Partner Leaves Women More Upset Than Men

After a tiff between couples, it is the women who fret, get emotional and feel upset much more than men. Women felt sad, moped around and experienced guilt after an argument with their partner, lover, or spouse, a study conducted among 142 people has revealed. The study also showed that most of the fights were… Seguir Leyendo Tiffs With Partner Leaves Women More Upset Than Men Read more: Tiffs With Partner Leaves Women More Upset Than Men

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Half of All Bipolar Disorder Patients Grapple With Work, Social or Family Disabilities

A study conducted at the University of Granada has found that 50 pc of patients with bipolar disorder suffer some type of work, social and family disability, and approximately 20 pc present some disorder at the three levels. The research study analyzed the factors associated to higher work, social and family disabilities in a sample… Seguir Leyendo Half of All Bipolar Disorder Patients Grapple With Work, Social or Family Disabilities