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    1. Children As Young as 4 Years Old Are Already Aware of the Masculine Power Association

      Children As Young as 4 Years Old Are Already Aware of the Masculine Power Association

      Children are more in tune with power structures more than we ever thought.

      In this fascinating abstract published in Science Daily, researchers share some really intriguing findings on how children think.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      The power-masculinity association was observed in both boys and girls, and just as much in Lebanon as in France and Norway. However it was not significant in 3-year old children.

      It's a really thought-provoking study. Give the rest of it a read at the link below...

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    2. How Stem Cell Can Help Rejuvenate an Old Brain

      How Stem Cell Can Help Rejuvenate an Old Brain

      Science Daily shares some really intriguing findings in this piece. It's called Rejuvenating the Brain With Stem Cells.

      In it, scientists reveal some really thought-provoking findings. Here's one of them:

      It is well known that individuals learn to navigate in a new environment in a different way depending on whether they are young or old. When young, the brain can build and remember a cognitive map of the environment but this ability fades away in older brains. As an alternative solution to the problem, older brains without a cognitive map of the environment need to learn the fixed ...

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    3. Hair Follicles May Be Where Some Cancers Start From

      Hair Follicles May Be Where Some Cancers Start From

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Science Daily. It’s titled Some Skin Cancers May Start in Hair Follicles.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Some of the most deadly skin cancers may start in stem cells that lend color to hair, and originate in hair follicles rather than in skin layers, a new study finds.

      To find out more about these insights, look into the rest of this insightful piece.

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    4. There's a Diabetes Drug That Helps Brain Repair Too

      There's a Diabetes Drug That Helps Brain Repair Too

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Science Daily and thought that we would share it. The title is A Diabetes Drug Promotes Brain Repair - But It Only Works in Females.

      It offers us some fascinating ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      A closer look revealed that metformin selectively activated the adult female neural stem cells while having no effect on the males. This turned out to be due to the female sex hormone estradiol which somehow enhances the stem cells' ability to respond to metformin. Conversely, the male hormone testosterone appears to inhibit this process. When female mice had their ...

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    5. Why Lifestyle Trumps Genetics in Maintaining Cariovascular Health

      Why Lifestyle Trumps Genetics in Maintaining Cariovascular Health

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Science Daily. It’s called Lifestyle, Not Genetics, Explains Most Premature Heart DIsease.

      In it, Dr Joao A. Sousa of Funchal Hospital offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Our study provides strong evidence that people with a family history of premature heart disease should adopt healthy lifestyles, since their poor behaviours may be a greater contributor to heart disease than their genetics. That means quit smoking, exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, and get blood pressure and cholesterol levels checked.

      To find out more ...

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    6. Australia Kelpies Don't Have Dingo DNA After All

      Australia Kelpies Don't Have Dingo DNA After All

      We found this piece from Science Daily and thought that it'd be perfect to share here. It's called Iconic Australian Working Dog May Not Be Part Dingo After All.

      It shares some fascinating dog news. Here's a short snippet:

      Researchers at the University of Sydney have found no genetic evidence that the iconic Australian kelpie shares canine ancestry with a dingo, despite Australian bush myth.

      The paper, published in the journal Genes, is the first peer-reviewed study of its kind to find that the domestic and wild dogs share no detectable common DNA in genes impacting coat ...

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    7. Overworked Women Tend to Get More Depressed Than Men

      Overworked Women Tend to Get More Depressed Than Men

      We thought we would share this Science Daily piece called Working Long Hours Linked to Depression in Women.

      Here's a little nugget of wisdom from the article:

      Women who worked for all or most weekends had 4.6% more depressive symptoms on average compared to women working only weekdays. Men who worked all or most weekends had 3.4% more depressive symptoms than men working only weekdays.

      If you want to know more, check out the full write-up.

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    8. THC Found More Important for Therapeutic Effects in Cannabis Than Originally Thought

      Researchers at the University of New Mexico (UNM) recently solved a major gap in scientific literature by using mobile software technology to measure the real-time effects of actual cannabis-based products used by millions of people every day.

      Contrary to popular media-reports and scientific dogma, the psychoactive chemical, tetrahydrocannabinol or "THC," showed the strongest correlation with therapeutic relief and far less evidence for the benefits of relying on the more socially acceptable chemical, cannabidiol or "CBD."

      In a new study titled, "The Association between Cannabis Product Characteristics and Symptom Relief," published in the journal Scientific Reports, UNM researchers Sarah See Stith ...

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    9. Mindfulness in Training May Become The Best Qualification for Demanding Roles

      Mindfulness in Training May Become The Best Qualification for Demanding Roles

      How you handle demanding roles has a lot to do with your success. If you cave under pressure, you're almost assured not excel when it matters the most. This article shares with us how to change that with mindfulness.

      It argues that mindfulness training may give you the ability to be at your best in a pressure-packed situation much like how it helps military operatives cited in a Univesity of Miami study. "The study followed 120 of the most elite soldiers in the United States military -- Special Operations Forces -- for two months to see whether mindfulness training could help ...

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    10. New Kidney Treatment Minus the Side-Effects

      New Kidney Treatment Minus the Side-Effects

      More and more women suffer from kidney damage every year. When it comes to kidney treatment, we still don't have a better alternative to drugs with a lot of side-effects that have the potential to be worse than the disease it aims to cure. That's always been the case until today.

      Glycolysis puts energy production over tissue cellular repair. This is a huge problem for people with damaged kidneys. No matter how healthy you eat, your kidneys are going to stay damaged.

      But this article from Science Daily shares with us a medical study that suggests that the ...

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    11. Are We One Step Closer To Finding A Cure for Dementia?

      Are We One Step Closer To Finding A Cure for Dementia?

      Dementia is a terrible disease that affects the entire family. An even more horrible thing about it is that there's no cure because no one knows what causes it.

      Sure, some are proven to be hereditary but most of the cases of dementia and other degenerative diseases offer no clues as to what caused them. But, scientists from the University of Cambridge believe that they've finally found the answer.

      This makes them one step closer to finding out how to deal with the disease. It's a must-read article for people with the disease and their families as ...

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