Researchers identify over 400 genes associated with schizophrenia development

In the largest study of its kind, involving more than 100,000 people, researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have applied a novel machine learning method to identify 413 genetic associations with schizophrenia across 13 brain regions. As described in the February issue of Nature Genetics, examining gene expression at the tissue level allowed researchers to not […]

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Young Hamburg only wanted to feed from light and died

A life without food and Drink. After that, Finn Bogumil sought. He was a follower of the esoteric light food scene. Some time later, the young Hamburger is dead. 10. October of 2016, he said goodbye to his parents, Marion and Ulli. Previously, had changed the young man, after prolonged stays abroad. He acted weird and said a lot of […]

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Contact lenses clean properly: So it works

Contact lenses have many advantages compared to glasses: The field of view is larger, you shod not slip from the nose, and sports are compatible. To be able to use the lenses for long and without discomfort wear, contact lenses heed carrier, but there are certain rules. The selection of lenses is great: Flexible (soft) lenses adapt to the shape […]

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This Man Removed Parts of His Ears—and Now His Extreme Body Modification Is Going Viral

By now you’ve probably heard about the man who went viral for having the inside of both of his ears cut out. If not, here’s the story: Charles Bentley reportedly traveled from Australia to Sweden to have his inner ears surgically removed by a man who calls himself a “body modification practitioner.” The procedure is apparently called “conch removal,” and as soon as Bentley’s post-op photos hit the Internet, people started freaking […]

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Also, over 75-Year-old to benefit from cholesterol-Countersinks

Statins to reduce cholesterol are often prescribed for younger people, because they unfold their full effect only after several years. From a Review in the journal the Lancet showed that elderly people also benefit from the treatment, especially if the Diabetes or atherosclerosis. To lower high cholesterol, prevents cardiovascular diseases. Effective drugs, the statins, the older people, however, are not […]

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How PDA Boosts Your Connection with Bae

“Kiss me,” Brandon whispered in my ear, his hands cupping my face while Dave Matthews crooned, “You’ve got your ball/You’ve got your chain/Tied to me tight/Tie me up again.” It was one of those magical summer nights, the breeze tickling my skin like the softest touch. PDA was in the air and here’s the story of how meaningful it became […]

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Clap: When antibiotics fail

Gonorrhea is the second most common sexually transmitted infection in Europe. It is of concern that in more and more countries, resistant pathogens are not more have been found, against the common antibiotics. The current results suggest that the causative agent of gonorrhea, called the gonococcus show, often a resistance to Azithromycin. This antibiotic is an important part of the […]

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How To Sext Your Boyfriend—And Leave Him Wanting More

If you’ve ever dabbled in the art of composing a naughty text, you’re not alone (besides, ya know, being alone with your phone). According to a study conducted by the American Psychological Association, 87.8 per cent of American adults have sexted at least once in their lifetime and 82.2 per cent have texted X-rated content within the last year. *Paris Hilton voice* That’s […]

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Hay fever: Why he could be this year’s particularly strong

Red eyes, runny nose and cough: The pollen Allergy for some is quite so present as usual in April or may. Why the hay fever 2019 not only starts early, but also particularly fierce could be. Double-digit temperatures, some strong sun and no rain – before the meteorological start of spring on 1. In March, the concentration of alder pollen […]

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