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Brain Scans Show Bullies Enjoy Others' Pain
Brain Scans Show Bullies Enjoy Others' Pain Friday, November 7, 2008 12:00 AM FRIDAY, Nov. 7 (HealthDay News) -- Bullies may actually enjoy the pain they cause others, a new study using brain scans suggests. The part of the brain associated with reward lights up when an aggressive teen watches a video of... 8 Jun 2010 18:25
Intestinal census suggests how microbes can drive obesity and other metabolic ills
From the May 2010 Scientific American Magazine Genetics in the Gut Intestinal census suggests how microbes can drive obesity and other metabolic ills By Katherine Harmon Outnumbering our human cells by about 10 to one, the many minuscule microbes that live in and on our bodies are a big ... 8 Jun 2010 18:25
US medical staff experimented on terror suspects: report
US medical staff experimented on terror suspects: report by Lucile Malandain Lucile Malandain Mon Jun 7, 4:23 pm ET ..WASHINGTON (AFP) – Medical personnel apparently experimented on terror detainees during CIA-led torture after the September 11 attacks, aiming to improve interrogation techniques, a human rig... 8 Jun 2010 18:24
Rob Lindman aka Peter B & Rich (.@.)
On Jun 8, 4:12 pm, pautrey <pautr...(a)gmail.com> wrote: On Jun 8, 4:05 pm, Jan Drew <jdrew63...(a)aol.com> wrote: That is/was Richard H Jacobson a proven liar. Rich has the same profile / email address as Peter B. & Rob Lindman. ---------------------------------------------------------------... 10 Jun 2010 10:03
Apparently there is a mechanism by which acupuncture can help with pain.
On Mon, 7 Jun 2010 15:36:02 -0700 (PDT), The One True Zhen Jue <Andrew_Kingoff(a)yahoo.com> wrote: On Jun 7, 1:01�am, "trigonometry1...(a)gmail.com |" <trigonometry1...(a)gmail.com> wrote: http://news.discovery.com/human/acupuncture-pain.html Will are real discussion ensue or is the local MHA environment ... 13 Jun 2010 16:05
Reduced Frontal-Lobe Activity And Impulsivity May Be Linked To Alcoholism Risk
Reduced Frontal-Lobe Activity And Impulsivity May Be Linked To Alcoholism Risk ScienceDaily (Jan. 4, 2007) — Increased impulsivity, or a lack of impulse control, is a key characteristic of many psychiatric disorders, including alcohol dependence. Recent studies suggest that increased impulsivity is involved in... 8 Jun 2010 13:46
Cheese -- Acting as 'Carrier' for Probiotic Bacteria -- Found to Improve Immune Response of Elderly
Cheese -- Acting as 'Carrier' for Probiotic Bacteria -- Found to Improve Immune Response of Elderly ScienceDaily (May 14, 2010) — Scientists in Finland have discovered that cheese can help preserve and enhance the immune system of the elderly by acting as a carrier for probiotic bacteria. The research, publish... 8 Jun 2010 12:38
Health supplements increase in popularity
Each day, Roger Bomgaars takes a calcium supplement tablet. He recently added niacin to his daily regimen, which also includes half an aspirin and his prescription medications. In the past, Bomgaars has taken selenium and fish oil tablets to help with various health conditions. He’s one of what appears to be a g... 9 Jun 2010 10:53
Dr. Andrew Wakefield Appearance on IMUS
Dr. Wakefield appeared on the IMUS show this morning regarding his new book, "Callous Disregard". Did I expect to learn anything from this interview? Of course not. I've already determined that one would need a team of legal experts and investigators and months of sifting through claims, counter claims, acc... 8 Jun 2010 20:39
BUILDING SELF - ESTEEM IN YOUR CHILD
Self esteem, Raising self esteem, With it we feel great, without it we feel scared and unworthy of a life filled with the best and most of everything we might want. Many different things are connected to our level of self esteem; our self confidence, our ability to manage stress, our health, our ability to manag... 8 Jun 2010 09:12
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