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Older People Can Also Eat As Young!

...later years. This plan developed at the institute solves many problems associated with old age health. It is a task to persuade old people to eat well. As one gets older, it’s as if the body senses the need for fewer calories and many people lose interest in food. Added to decreased appetite, being alone d...

Supercomputer Grid Enlists PCs To Combat AIDS

...h runs during idle time. The virtual supercomputer solves scientific problems and creates public databases for scientific research. The virtual supercomputer grid, created by IBM, will test thousands of HIV mutations against tens of thousands of chemical compounds that could eventually help scientists d...

Scots Put on Alert as Diabetes Cases Rise

...arity also launched a major new online guide which solves the confusion regarding dietary advice and food labelling....

Menthol Receptor-A Thermosensitivity Determinant in Cold Temperature

...relays the information to the brain. The finding solves the mystery of how important the ion channel TRPM8 is for alerting the body to cold temperatures.TRPM8 is the primary, if not sole, determinant of thermosensitivity in the cool range, the researchers noted. It also contributes to the detection of ext...

Scientists Develop Toothpaste That Rebuilds Tooth Enamel

...ensitive teeth simply mask the pain while this one solves the problem." The toothpaste, which has been five years in the making, will be available in Britain by the end of this month at 3.49 pounds for a 75 ml tube before going on sale in the U.S. The problem of dental sensitivity increases with age as ...

Brooding Could Kill, Warn Psychologists

... are the only species prone to "overthinking" that solves nothing, says Julian Thayer, a psychologist at Ohio State University. Our complex brains "have allowed us to achieve great civilizations, but they also are maladaptive," Thayer says, because people can fall into mental potholes that aren't a threat t...

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