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Monday, 26 October 2009 05:40

Mobile-cancer debate revived by study: report

A British newspaper has revived the debate over mobile phones and cancer by reporting that an investigation overseen by the World Health Organisation found that heavy users may have a higher risk of developing tumours later in life.
Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 20 October 2009 22:35

Senior brains get a Web boost

U.S. researchers found that even after only one week using the Internet, the brains of older adults are stimulated enough to provide good mental exercise, along with strengthening their ability to reason.

Published in Health
Friday, 24 April 2009 18:48

Early risers sleepier in evenings

A Belgium study involving sleep and circadian rhythm found the brain is continually trying to balance the circadian signal (when you want to naturally sleep and be awake) and homeostatic pressure (the counting of the number of hours during sleep and while awake). This battle determines if you are more attentive during the afternoons and evenings.

Published in Biology




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