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Treatment with light benefits Alzheimer's patients, study suggests -- ScienceDaily


Blue light may help #Alzheimers patients adjust their circadian rhythms so that they can improve sleep patterns and react to environmental cues more easily during the day.
&DianaPrince 2014-02-20  


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I've personally known for year that pack leaders yawn to get the rest to do the same to increase their oxygen. How do these new studies get funded that just rehash what we already know?
&DitaVonTeese 2013-08-08  


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This is quite a #discovery ... of course with kryptonite, there is no real OFF on the conduction?
&Rob 2013-08-14  

Aug. 12, 2013 — Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)'s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have discovered a unique new twist to the story of #graphene , sheets of pure carbon just one atom thick, and in the process appear to have solved a mystery that has held back device development.
&Neo 2013-08-14  


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Light Slowed to one / Billionth it's normal speed in Liquid Crystal Matrix. #SpeedofLight #Matrix
&Neo 2013-08-14  


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Scientists Show How #Antibiotics Enable Pathogenic #Gut_Infections Sonnenburg said he thinks researchers may someday be able to find drugs that, co-administered with antibiotics, could inhibit the enzymes our friendly gut-bugs use to liberate sialic acid from intestinal mucus, so that a pathogen-nourishing spike doesn't occur. Alternatively, #probiotics in the form of bacterial strains that are especially talented at digesting sialic acid could achieve a similar effect.
&neo 2013-09-04  


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Discovery of a molecular mechanism that actively regulates the process of #forgetting


Forgetting is actively regulated and not a passive but rather an active process and a disruption of this process may result in serious #mental_disorders according to #scientists in #Basel .
The human #brain is build in such a way, that only necessary information is stored permanently, the rest is forgotten over time.

&Rob 2014-03-13  


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