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Melatonin, a hormone segregated by human body, regulates sleep better than somniferous

Melatonin, a hormone segregated by human body, regulates sleep better than somniferous Melatonin, a natural hormone segregated by the own human body, is an excellent sleep regulator expected to replace somniferous, which are much more aggressive, to correct the sleep/wakefulness pace when human biological clock becomes altered. Those are the conclusions of a research work… Seguir Leyendo Melatonin, a hormone segregated by human body, regulates sleep better than somniferous

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Adolescents think school bullying ‘will keep on happening’ and resign themselves to it

Adolescents think school bullying \’will keep on happening\’ and resign themselves to it Most of the adolescents think that bullying in the school context “has always happened and will continue happening”, and present “a negative, pessimistic and resigned attitude” towards this social problem, which makes difficult the intervention and leaves few hopes for its eradication.… Seguir Leyendo Adolescents think school bullying ‘will keep on happening’ and resign themselves to it

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Spain, in position 16, among the world countries where citizens live happy for more years

Spain, in position 16, among the world countries where citizens live happy for more years Spain holds position number 16 in the world ranking of countries where people live happier for more years, according to the last update of the World Database of Happiness (WDB Hap) in whose preparation have collaborated researchers of different Spanish… Seguir Leyendo Spain, in position 16, among the world countries where citizens live happy for more years

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Scientists obtain a bioinsecticide to control the Mediterranean fruit fly

Scientists obtain a bioinsecticide to control the Mediterranean fruit fly The research group of the Institute of Biotechnology of the University of Granada (Spain) has isolated and identified a stump of the genus Bacillus, extremely toxic for larvae of C. capitata. After subjecting such stump to a specific treatment, protected by a patent, we have… Seguir Leyendo Scientists obtain a bioinsecticide to control the Mediterranean fruit fly

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A technique speeds up the identification of 2,000 missing in Kosovo during Yugoslavia war

A technique speeds up the identification of 2,000 missing in Kosovo during Yugoslavia war A research work carried out at the Laboratory of Forensic Anthropology of the University of Granada will speed up the identification of more than 2,000 missing persons in Kosovo during former Yugoslavia war, besides developing a new forensic technique based on… Seguir Leyendo A technique speeds up the identification of 2,000 missing in Kosovo during Yugoslavia war

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Spain is the second country in the world where divorce is better accepted socially

Spain is the second country in the world where divorce is better accepted socially Spain is the second country in the world where divorce is better accepted socially, only exceeded by Brazil. Likewise, 79 per cent of the Spanish people think that, when a couple is not able to solve their marital problems, divorce is… Seguir Leyendo Spain is the second country in the world where divorce is better accepted socially

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Young in reformatories think that it will help them to find a job and give up delinquency

Young in reformatories think that it will help them to find a job and give up delinquency This work has taken as reference the reformatory \’Tierra de Oria\’ in Almeria, a closed system centre that opened its doors in 2002. To carry out this work, the researcher applied a questionnaire to a hundred male minors… Seguir Leyendo Young in reformatories think that it will help them to find a job and give up delinquency

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Intelligent car learns from owner’s driving, warns him in case of accident

Intelligent car learns from owner\’s driving, warns him in case of accident Scientists from six European countries have developed a new computer system called DRIVSCO that allows vehicles to learn from the behaviour of their drivers at the wheel, in such a way that they can detect if a driver presents an “unusual behaviour” in… Seguir Leyendo Intelligent car learns from owner’s driving, warns him in case of accident