Archive for October, 2011

NATURAL COMPOUND REVERSING DIABETES IN MICE MAY BE MADE INTO NEUTRACEUTICAL FOR HUMANS SOON

Posted on October 8, 2011 by

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have restored normal blood sugar metabolism in diabetic mice using a compound made naturally in the human body. The compound is called nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) which plays a critical role in how cell use energy. The research appears online Oct 4 in Cell Matabolism. All […]

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Non-Invasive Deep Brain Stimulation Could Be Major Advance in Treating Parkinson’s Disease and Other Neurogenic Disorders

Posted on October 7, 2011 by

When I first started reading about non-invasive deep electrical stimulation of the brain for memory improvement and treatment of various neurogenic diseases, I thought that this is still the stuff of science fiction. Now I am not so sure.┬áNew research is worth examining. Deep brain electrical stimulation has been used to treat the symptoms of […]

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NEWS BEFORE NEWS: DEATHS OF FOREST END OF CRITICAL CLIMATE PROTECTORS

Posted on October 1, 2011 by

Forests of various kinds worldwide are showing signs of severe distress and decline because of rising planet temperature and a lack of water. Millions of acres of forests in Texas burned this summer. The great euphorbia trees of southern Africa are also dying from heat and water stress. These forests and scores of others absorb […]

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HOW YOUR BRAIN REACTS TO MISTAKES DEPENDS ON YOUR MINDSET

Posted on October 1, 2011 by

People who believe they can learn from their mistakes have a different biological and chemical brain reaction to mistakes than people who think that intelligence is fixed. This is the finding of a new study soon to be published in the upcoming issue of the Association for Psychological Science. Jason Moser of Michigan State, one […]

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