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Daño cerebral por consumo de azúcar es igual al de la cocaína

Un nuevo estudio revela que el azúcar produce impactantes efectos en nuestro cerebro, los cuales no se diferencian mucho del que producen las drogas, entre ellos, la cocaína.

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How Much Exercise Do You Really Need? How About 1 Minute Each Day?

By Dr. Dave Hnida

(CBS4) – It sounds too good to be true, especially for those of us who say we just don’t have the time to work out. 590 more words

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One minute of hard exercise thrice a week has great health benefits

“I don’t have the time to exercise” can no longer be an excuse. A single minute of very intense exercise per week can produce similar health benefits as 45 minutes of continuous, moderate-intensity cycling a week, a study found.  558 more words

Diabetes

Eyesight in the older dog

The eyesight in our dogs changes with age.

Researchers based at the Nestlé Purina Research Center in Missouri have discovered that our dogs become more near-sighted as they age.  258 more words

Dog Care

Needed: more informative and trustworthy abstracts. Recommendations for some simple reforms.

An analysis of an uninformative, seriously spun abstract chosen from PLOS One shows why we need guidelines for writing and interpreting abstracts.

  •  With so much to read, and so little time, readers need to be able to quickly screen abstracts and decide whether articles are worth putting further effort into retrieving and interpreting.
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In the standoff over release of the PACE PLOS One trial data, has the journal just blinked?

I just received (April 7, 2016) another communication from the Managing Editor of PLOS One reporting  an emerging position on my gaining access to the PACE trial data, promised to be available as a condition for publishing in… 1,422 more words

Treating sugar addiction to reverse obesity prevalence

In the last 30 years, the number of obese people in the world has been steadily increasing. According to the World Health Organisation, in 2014, more than 1.9 billion adults, 18 years and older, were overweight. 475 more words

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