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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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Botox injected in head cuts migraine frequency

Spanish researchers have confirmed that botox treatment can reduce the number of migraines experienced by many sufferers. 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… Seguir Leyendo Botox injected in head cuts migraine frequency

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Women ‘feel more intense emotion than men during conflict’

European United Left Nordic Green Left www.guengl.eu Washington: A study has found that women feel more intense emotions than men when a conflict arises within the couple. Conversely, it is men -who mostly express “powerful emotions” as wrath or despise- who cause conflicts more frequently, reports the Daily Express. Researchers from the Department of Social… Seguir Leyendo Women ‘feel more intense emotion than men during conflict’

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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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Women ‘feel more intense emotion than men during conflict’

A study has found that women feel more intense emotions than men when a conflict arises within the couple. Conversely, it is men -who mostly express “powerful emotions” as wrath or despise- who cause conflicts more frequently. Researchers from the Department of Social Psychology of the University of Granada, Inmaculada Valor Segura, Francisca Exposito y… Seguir Leyendo Women ‘feel more intense emotion than men during conflict’

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Using drones against Al-Qaeda won’t stop new attacks in Europe, US: Jihad expert

An expert in jihadism at the University of Granada has said drones won’t be efficient or enough to prevent Al Qaeda attacks in Europe and USA. Professor Javier Jord n Enamorado said that unmanned aerial vehicles are inefficient to prevent new terrorist attacks against Europe and the USA, but admitted that they could be employed… Seguir Leyendo Using drones against Al-Qaeda won’t stop new attacks in Europe, US: Jihad expert

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50pc of bipolar disorder patients suffer 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 50pc of bipolar disorder patients suffer work, social or family disabilities

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Exposure to organochloride pesticides alters semen quality: Study

A University of Granada study has shown that exposure to organochloride pesticides alters semen quality. Two in 10 young people in South East Spain have poor sperm density, which involves requiring more time to accomplish fertilization. The most common means of exposure to pesticides is food and other household products. According to the study, combined… Seguir Leyendo Exposure to organochloride pesticides alters semen quality: Study

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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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