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Diagnosing arthritis with a colour scan

Diagnosing arthritis with a colour scan An easily used screening tool shines new light on how to detect arthritic inflammations. By: Arnfinn Christensen White light shines through fingers and fine nuances of colour are sensed by a hyperspectral camera. A ...

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Can chocolate boost memory

Can chocolate boost memory? Only in insane amounts by Aviva Rutkin Here’s one for chocoholics to chew on. After consuming drinks enriched with compounds found in cocoa beans for three months, the performance of people aged 50 to 69 on ...

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Some Ways To Cope With Stress

Some Ways To Cope With Stress Stress and anxiety are two of the most common and inevitable problems in today’s world. The good news is that it’s possible to control how stressed you get and how often it happens. If ...

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How Trauma Early In Life Influences Later Behavior

How Trauma Early In Life Influences Later Behavior by Janet Fang Photo credit: Ocskay Bence/Shutterstock.com By rearing rodent fathers-to-be in stressful conditions, researchers found that they and their subsequent offspring are better able to deal with challenging situations later in ...

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Is Schizophrenia A ‘Real’ Illness

Is Schizophrenia A ‘Real’ Illness? by Huw Green Photo credit: Shifting descriptions. Words by Shutterstock In an attempt to move away from the traditional language used to describe psychosis and schizophrenia, the British Psychological Society (BPS) has launched an update ...

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Babies Only Remember Good Times

Babies Only Remember Good Times Study Suggests by Lisa Winter Photo credit: Jeremy Salmon via Flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0 Parents of five-month-old babies spend a considerable amount of time trying to make them laugh. Sure, these infants have their low ...

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