Anorexia nervosa: The Ego, Superego And The Eat - News

When it comes to deciding which foods they want to eat, the same brain regions are active in women with anorexia nervosa as are those in gambling addicts and substance abusers. This might explain why
28/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Insect Eating: The Chitin Diet - News

EFSA Scientific Committee; EFSA Journal, doi: 10.2903/j.efsa.2015.4257
28/12/2015, Christine Amrhein

The Complexity of Flexible Eugenics in the 21st Century - Blog

In our post Human Genome Project world all eyes lie on the gene, as geneticists and society as a whole constantly aim to define what constitutes natural, normal and socially acceptable.\n Flexible Eug
21/12/2015, Kumba Sennaar

5 Tips for Women to Keep Their Pearly Whites Sparkling Forever - Blog

Limit the intake of sweet and starchy foods like candies, soft drinks and colas, cookies, pastries, cakes, raisins, bread, granola bars and sticky, chewy sweets. This is the first step you can take to
21/12/2015, Richard Vasquez

A Case for Those Treating Heart Attacks - News

When it comes to heart disease, women are second-class patients, and, when it comes to secondary prevention, they receive appropriate treatment less often than men. The reason may seem banal: they are
21/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Practice does NOT always make perfect. - Blog

Why are doctors, lawyers, and musicians, even the seasoned and successful ones, still practicing? Is it just to keep up our current skill level, or is there something we still need to learn? Do doctor
18/12/2015, MD Shirie Leng

Unexpected lessons from an unexpected patient - Blog

He was only a few years older than me, but he already had metastatic colon cancer without a prior family history. He had been making progress with chemotherapy, but he started having progressive fatig
18/12/2015, Dr. Chiduzie Madubata

Occupational medicine 4.0: health in a globalized economy - Blog

\n Digitization changes the working world - we all know that. While agriculture, industry and skilled trade had a nine-to-five working day in the past, networking and continuing flow of information so
15/12/2015, MEDICA Tradefair

Iceland: The Hot Wells of DNA - News

decision lies with the Icelanders themselves", the authors conclude. Experts at the local Ministry of Social Affairs are now working on a law. The first draft should be available by the end of 2015.
14/12/2015, Michael van den Heuvel

Corneal Skin: Good Eyesight Ahead! - News

The European Commission recently approved the first stem cell-based medical product. Holoclar uses autologous stem cells in order to enable patients with severe corneal injury to be able to see again.
14/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

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