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Research Finds How Post-traumatic Stress Leads to Long-Lasting Memories

The amygdala of the brain may be responsible for post-traumatic nightmares according// to a new research. .. . ..Post-traumatic stress is a well recognized condition that results in unpleasant memories that can keep haunting a person for all their life. Now researchers have discovered what causes this following experiments on rats. This will also explain why an emotionally arousing event are rem...

20 Years Later: Chernobyl’s effects are indelible and lastin

The Chernobyl nuclear disaster has left a lot to be desired in Britain, with the ill effects still being felt across the nation.// ....Farmers around North Wales need to be cautious, despite the 20 years gone by, relying on Geiger counters in possession of government inspectors who scan the lambs before they are sold, to check for signs of radiation. It is possible that the lambs could have graz...

Big Brands Ensure Lasting Influences In Dietary Choices.

Boston: Well known food brands hold many families sway to their recommendations on what is good and what is not under the garb of promoting healthy food culture. // This attitude has really got under the skin of many consumer lobbies that are unable able to digest the ingredients, labeling and marketing strategies of these so called household brands. ....Is that what brand building is all about?...

Split-Second Helpings of Intuition Serve Lasting Impressions

Gut feel or intuition is fleeting that we could use it in just one tenth of a second to gauge a stranger, according to research in this area. Researchers say that impressions// are formed even in the absence of speech and movement, because all it needs is just a split second to size up a person’s character and decide whether he is worthy of companionship and trust. ....With the help of timed ex...

Once a Lawn Mower, a Self-made Billionaire Makes a Lasting Gift to Virginia Tech

A self-made billionaire has announced a gift of $2 million to Virginia Tech, even though he did not complete his graduation from that college of engineering. // ..His philanthropy is the result of a long-term relationship with Paul and Dot Torgersen of Blacksburg, Va. When he was a youngster, he used to mow the Torgersen's lawn for some spending money. Today, that young man is the Chairman and C...

Cocaine's Use During Pregnancy May Cause Lasting Cellular Effects

Cocaine use during pregnancy can cause subtle but disabling cognitive impairments -- attention deficits, learning disabilities and emotional problems //– Says a recent study by investigators. ..The studty Investigators at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Research on Human Development may help explain the long-term behavioral and neurological problems associated with prenatal exposure to cocaine...

Golfer Plans ‘lasting Legacy’ for Mothr

Scotland’s top golfer Colin Montgomerie says he will ‘do anything for mum’. To prove it he is partnering with Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation//, to build a world-class specialty center for lung cancer victims and their families, at Glasgow. .. The building will be named the Elizabeth Montgomerie Center, in memory of the golfer's mother, who died from the disease in 1991.Montgomerie was very c...

Professional Wrinkle Cream Launched With 6x the Elastin

NEW YORK, June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- After receiving requests from models, actors, dermatologists, skin care professionals and spas for a professional version of DermaLastyl, DermaPlus, Inc. recently launched the Bx Pro/Face line. Compared to the B and E versions of DermaLastyl currently available, the Bx Pro/Face formula contains higher doses of Elastatropin equal to six times the amount of elastin...

Thrombosis Risk in Travel Lasting Over Four Hours is Higher: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the risk of developing venous thrombo-embolism (VTE) approximately doubles after travel of four hours or more. ......In a research study of global hazards of travel, the WHO, however, says that the absolute risk of developing VTE, if seated and immobile for more than four hours remains relatively low at about 1 in 6000. ......According to the s...

Female Heart Attack Victims Show Signs of Lasting Depression

A study conducted by University of Alberta and McGill University indicate Female heart attack victims show signs of lasting depression. The rate of women is much higher compared to their male counterpart. Results of the study were published recently in the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. ......486 patients were surveyed out of them 102 were females. 14.3 per cent of the women had w...
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