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Positive thinking during pregnancy can help develop children’s skills for science and math

A new study that uses older data has shown that mothers' optimistic thinking and attitudes that things can change with their own actions have positively influenced children in the sense that they have more mature science and math skills than the rest. Researchers used data from a study in the 1990s that examined a personality… Continue reading Positive thinking during pregnancy can help develop children’s skills for science and math

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Study: Two glasses of red wine get rid of extra pounds

Good news for Cabernet Sauvignon lovers instead of cardio training. Following two recent studies at the University of Washington and the Harvard Medical School, two glasses of red wine consumed before bedtime have been found to help weight loss.Apparently, red wine contains a polifeonol called resveratrol that converts white fat to beige fat, a type… Continue reading Study: Two glasses of red wine get rid of extra pounds

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The development of cancer could be based on a single cell

Cancer still remains an irritating and incurable disease. Also, the toxic effects of chemotherapy and radiation make the treatment as harmful as the disease. Even after treatment, the disease may recur, and the tumors can spread. In a new study, researchers have identified a single target that should be destroyed to treat the condition. They… Continue reading The development of cancer could be based on a single cell