10 Products That Are Disguised as Healthy but It’s Actually Not True

The importance of healthy eating varies from person to person. How does each person consider it? In this article, we will explain some ambiguous points about some of this food. Some prefer to buy products that they consider “healthy”. However, it is not entirely clear whether these goods are positive for our health or if … Read more

6-Tips for How to Make Your Child Eat Healthy Food

A research team from the United Kingdom discovered that 46% of children refuse to eat vegetables. Furthermore, 75% of the parents surveyed expressed concern about their children’s nutrition. Our goal towards our children is clear and that is to give them all the vitamins their body needs to grow strong and healthy. Despite this obstacle, … Read more

Working Memory Depends on Reciprocal Interactions Across the Brain

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Summary: Researchers demonstrate how visual working memory is maintained across interconnected brain regions in mice. Source: Sainsbury Wellcome Center How does the brain keep in mind a phone number before dialing? Working memory is an essential component of cognition, allowing the brain to remember information temporarily and use it to guide future behavior. While many … Read more

Ancient Europeans were lactose intolerant but drank milk, study finds

Ancient Europeans were lactose intolerant but drank milk, study finds

Comment on this story Comment A group of scientists has concluded that ancient Europeans drank milk for millennia despite the digestive problems it may have caused, casting doubt on theories on how humans evolved to tolerate it. Scientists have long speculated that an enzyme needed to avoid any gastrointestinal discomfort developed rapidly in populations where … Read more

Potentially Deadly Bacteria Detected in U.S. Soil for First Time

Potentially Deadly Bacteria Detected in U.S. Soil for First Time

A potentially deadly bacteria was found for the first time in water and soil samples in the United States, prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to alert doctors and public health experts throughout the country on Wednesday to take it into consideration when examining patients. The bacteria, Burkholderia pseudomallei, was detected in the … Read more

A Deadly Cancer Hijacks the Brain to Render Itself Untreatable, Study Finds

A Deadly Cancer Hijacks the Brain to Render Itself Untreatable, Study Finds

Image: Shutterstock (Shutterstock) New research this week suggests that an aggressive brain cancer can hijack the brain’s own circuitry to further spread and render itself unstoppable. Researchers in Germany studied glioblastoma cells in mice and in the lab, finding that these tumors use some of the same mechanisms behind normal neuron development and migration to … Read more