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‘Coffee waste’ could lead to new nutritious foods

77617 The antioxidant effects of coffee by-products are 500 times greater than those found in vitamin C and could be employed to create functional foods with significant health benefits, a new research has found.   Coffee silverskin (the epidermis of the coffee bean) is usually removed during processing, after the beans have been dried, while… Seguir Leyendo ‘Coffee waste’ could lead to new nutritious foods

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Teens who play football and their ability to maintain focus

77473 A direct correlation has been found between teens who play football and their ability to maintain focus, the Catholic University of Valencia and the Granada Center for Brain, Mind and Behavior Research, or Cimcyc, revealed in a recent study.   The University of Granada, which oversees Cimcyc, announced on Tuesday the findings of a… Seguir Leyendo Teens who play football and their ability to maintain focus

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How pollution could make you obese

74859 Researchers have discovered a link between the levels of certain environmental pollutants that a person accumulates in his or her body and their level of obesity.   “We found that people with higher levels of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) were quantitatively more obese and also showed higher levels of cholesterol and triglycerides,” said lead… Seguir Leyendo How pollution could make you obese

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How pollution could make you obese

74859 Researchers have discovered a link between the levels of certain environmental pollutants that a person accumulates in his or her body and their level of obesity.   “We found that people with higher levels of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) were quantitatively more obese and also showed higher levels of cholesterol and triglycerides,” said lead… Seguir Leyendo How pollution could make you obese

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Cyborg urges better understanding of technology

Granada (Spain), Feb 26 (IANS/EFE) The artist whose prosthetic audio-visual implant makes him the world’s first cyborg said here Monday that society needs to see technology “as a human creation, not as something extraterrestrial”. “It’s very logical to use technology to enrich ourselves. Cybernetics can help everyone perceive what we cannot perceive,” Neil Harbisson said… Seguir Leyendo Cyborg urges better understanding of technology

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Cyborg urges better understanding of technology

Granada (Spain), Feb 26 (IANS/EFE) The artist whose prosthetic audio-visual implant makes him the world’s first cyborg said here Monday that society needs to see technology “as a human creation, not as something extraterrestrial”. “It’s very logical to use technology to enrich ourselves. Cybernetics can help everyone perceive what we cannot perceive,” Neil Harbisson said… Seguir Leyendo Cyborg urges better understanding of technology

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Thin women find ‘healthy’ peers a threat

Madrid, Jan 27 (IANS) Thin women, who are not comfortable with their bodies, consider peers with a ‘healthy’ weight as a threat, says a Spanish study. Similarly, males prefer thin females more than women themselves and also find overweight females more unpleasant than reed thin women. Researchers from the University of Granada’s department of personality,… Seguir Leyendo Thin women find ‘healthy’ peers a threat

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