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  • Working out in old age comes with benefits
    Benefits of exercise in older adults: part 1
    Physiological effects improve quality of lifeAging can be hard. Our muscles shrink, our brains shrink, diseases set in, we slow down. We have no control over most of that, but exercise can work against some of those processes and extend the number...
  • Sudhof among three to win 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine
    Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded for cell transport discovery
    In Stockholm, Sweden the Nobel Prize Committee announced on Monday that three research scientists, James Rothman, Randy Schekman and Thomas Südhof, have been awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their roles in unmasking the...
  • Nano Particles
    Daily thought: Man infected by computer virus
    Mark Gasson is the scientist who was literally infected with a computer virus. Understanding chemistry, the universe and how the human body works should be top priority on every individual list.Without digging too deep into the concept here in...
  • Review: 'What is love?'
    Review: 'What is love?'
    In this short, just under three minutes film, Quantum Activist, Amit Goswami gives us a biological accord of what love is. Please scroll down this article to find the video and review.Initially, Goswami may seem off topic and hard to follow but if...
  • 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine: father of 4 million test tube babies, National Science News Examiner (photo)
    2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine: father of 4 million test tube babies
    The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, announced Monday October 4 (at 2:42 AM PST) from the Nobel Forum at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, goes to British scientist Robert G. Edwards, the father of the "test tube baby....
  • Fall food physiology
    Fall food physiology
    This photo attracted a lot of attention, generating multiple comments . It may be ironic for a natural health advocate to promote an obviously non-nutritional junk food, but more simply it is what people like. A little research unleashed...
  • The Flatirons rock formation as viewed from central Boulder
    Adjusting to high altitude in Boulder
    The Denver-Boulder metropolitan area for the most part rests at about 5,300’ to 5,600’ above sea level. This is not extreme in terms of altitude, but for lifelong sea-level dwellers relocating to or visiting the area, being even a mile...
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