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Regular light exercise slows down aging of the brain

...at contains our the genetic blueprint, both better withstood the rigoursrigors of time. "The DNA for of these animals after two years looked as if it were from their younger counterparts of only about six months of age," Foster said. "It shows a little bit of exercise may stimulate the body to fight stress ...

One Third Of All Cancers Preventable!

...tter than cure remains a golden statement that has withstood the test of time. It has been proved yet another time with a global survey revealing that nearly one-third of all cancers // can be prevented if nine major culprits are properly taken care of. The study was part of an overall Initiative for Global He...

Aspartame, Artificial Sweetener, A Safe Bet!

...e, the FDA Commissioner noted: “Few compounds have withstood such detailed testing and repeated, close scrutiny, and the process through which aspartame has gone should provide the public with additional confidence of its safety.”Based on the current information from Ramazzini, the European Food Safety Authori...

Stigma of AIDS at the workplace

...ive employees. As a result African economies have withstood the pressure of having the world's highest prevalence of HIV. For instance Botswana, where one in every four adults is HIV positive, has one of Africa's strongest economies. Thereby private sector’s response with sensitivity makes for good business s...

Deflecting Damage: Flexible Electronics Aid Brain Injury Research

...tretched and returned to its original form. Having withstood the shock, the electrodes embedded in the membrane continue to monitor the cellular activity, providing a before and after picture of traumatic brain injury. Future work will continue to refine these measurements and also attempt to obtain readings...

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