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The neuroscience of erogenous zones

Our erogenous zones are a little odd. There are certain areas of our bodies, which if touched gently, create erotic feelings, while other adjacent body parts do not. For example a woman may enjoy having her ...

Sep 11, 2013
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A means of combatting childhood obesity

Recently, the World Health Organisation has highlighted that child obesity is a major problem. More than 40 million pre-school children worldwide are now overweight, the UK being no exception. Child obesity ...

Nov 06, 2014
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The benefits of outdoor activities

The most recent figures from the Welsh Government show that outdoor activity tourism in Wales is worth £481 million. Outdoor activity providers such as Surf-Lines need to continue to attract visitors and ...

Nov 07, 2014
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Cancer patients diagnosed more quickly

(Medical Xpress)—The time taken to diagnose some of the more common cancers – from the point when a patient first reports a possible symptom to their general practitioner (GP) – fell in adults by an average of five ...

Feb 05, 2014
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How our brain assess bargains

It turns out that we may not be as good at bargain hunting and taking advantage of supermarket 'offers' as we think. That's according to early results from a study which brain-scanned people undertaking a ...

Dec 23, 2013
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Cancer cells do it the "quick-and-dirty way"

(Medical Xpress)—The hallmark of cancer is uncontrolled cell growth directed by a cell cycle engine gone into overdrive. The centrepiece of this engine is the enzyme Cdc2 kinase. While Cdc2 kinase is tightly regulated in ...

Jun 11, 2014
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