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¿Eres de los que dice que la única manera de despertarse es tomando una buena taza de café? Quizás pienses que la mejor manera de tener una conversación con alguien es tomándose un cafecito, no importa la hora ¿Un poco de café después...

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Zacatecas, Conacyt / ciberpasquinero La metformina interviene en el proceso de cicatrización de úlceras y contribuye a evitar amputaciones en pacientes con diabetes, determinó un equipo de científicos de la Unidad de Investigación Biomédica del...

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Existe un gran desconocimiento del caballito de mar, por ejemplo no sabemos cuál es su función ecológica en el campo, ni siquiera sabemos dónde se encuentra y en qué cantidad, además estos ejemplares tienen una alta demanda comercial y en ese sentido es...

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For decades, scientists have been searching for a drug that can eradicate cancer. But unfortunately, we're not quite there yet. Still, until that wonderful day comes, it's good to know that there are some promising discoveries out there that may be part of the solution. And perhaps...

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A drug that stops blockages from forming in blood vessels could be a new way to prevent heart attacks and strokes. “Arteries are living hoses that narrow and enlarge in order to regulate blood flow to organs and muscles,” says William Fay from the University of Missouri School of...

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Climate change is affecting everyone, even if we choose to believe it or not. It’s extreme heat, drought or wildfires in some places or coastal flooding in others, no state will be immune from the changes that have already started happening to the world. And some, because of their lack of...

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Upi: There seems to be a genetic link between poor sleep and some medical conditions, including obesity, restless legs syndrome and schizophrenia, researchers report. "This clinical science is an important step forwards in understanding the biological basis for these conditions, so...

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Since the 1980s, air pollution has increased worldwide, but it has increased at a much faster pace in regions close to the equator. Research now reveals that this changing global emissions map is creating more total ozone worldwide compared to the amount of pollution being emitted, signaling an...

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Upi: A purified oral version of a marijuana compound may help with treatment-resistant forms of epilepsy, two new clinical trials show. The researchers found that the compound, cannabidiol (CBD), helped reduce seizure frequency in children and adults with two hard-to-treat forms of epilepsy:...

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The scientists are search a solution for the problem about the immunity of the antibiotics. The website Popular science explain all this process. The drugs that have protected us from virulent bacteria for more than seventy years are slowly losing their edge, and we need new weapons....

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Imagine, if you will, that you are an astronaut out on a spacewalk outside the International Space Station, when the burrito you ate for lunch rumbles in your stomach. What do you do then? Because remember, you are in a spacesuit, out in the cold void where toilets are a little hard to come...

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Upi: Anal cancer rates are on the rise in many countries. But vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) -- a virus linked to the development of anal cancer -- may help curb rates of the disease, a new study suggests. Researchers looked at data from the International Agency for Research on...

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Stall Catchers, a game launched by the Human Computation Institute (HCI) at Cornell University, challenges users to scroll through short, black-and-white videos and search for clogged blood vessels within a highlighted area. Points are earned as more vessels are identified. “It’s...

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Live Science: Many people today believe they possess a soul. While conceptions of the soul differ, many would describe it as an "invisible force that appears to animate us." It's often believed the soul can survive death and is intimately associated with a person’s...

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A new medical report says that you must to be careful with the physical contact when a person that is close you have a Zika Virus. UPI: The Zika virus might be able to pass from person to person through bodily fluids like tears or sweat, doctors reported. A 38-year-old man in Salt Lake...

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