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War cheaper, more popular than ever

Far from the planet becoming more peaceful, the frequency of wars between states has increased steadily from 1870 by 2 percent a year on average. A new study by researchers at the University of Warwick and Humboldt University argues that the rise in conflicts is being fed by economic growth and the proliferation of new […]

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Pharmacologists Confirm Chemo’s Brain Damaging Effects




The latest issue of Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior confirms what many chemotherapy patients have long suspected; chemotherapy addles the brain. Led by Dr. Gordon Winocur, of the Baycrest Research Centre for Aging and the Brain, the new study confirmed that “chemobrain” is indeed a real side-effect of the treatment, causing a decline in memory and […]




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Left Side Of Brain Influences Immune Function




Staying healthy may involve more than washing hands or keeping a positive attitude. According to a study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, it also may involve a particular pattern of brain activity. By monitoring activity levels in the human brain’s prefrontal cortex, the researchers demonstrate for the first time that people who have more activity […]




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