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A new meta-analysis of 27 existing studies has concluded that testosterone treatment seems to be effective in reducing depressive symptoms in men. While a relationship between testosterone and depression has been hypothesized for many years, experts suggest more specific and rigorous trials are still needed... Continue Reading New meta-study suggests testosterone therapy helps relieve depr
Graphene has a great deal of potential applications, including its use in energy storage, building materials and medical devices. According to the National University of Singapore, however, most commercially-produced graphene is of a poor quality – it's a problem that could be holding the technology back... Continue Reading Study suggests that most commercial graphene just isn't good enoug
If you have high blood pressure, then you likely already know that it's the leading cause of stroke, and a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. So, besides things like medication, diet changes, weight loss and exercise, what can be done to reduce it? Well, it turns out that exposure to blue light may help... Continue Reading Study suggests that blue light reduces blood pressure C
Striking new research from scientists at the University of British Columbia and Harvard University is suggesting that adults who were victims of abuse as children may carry an imprint of that trauma in regions of their DNA... Continue Reading Controversial study suggests child abuse may leave a detectable DNA biomarker Category: Science Tags: DNA Epigenetics
New research is throwing a bomb into the increasingly popular low-carb diet movement, suggesting diets both low and high in carbohydrates can be associated with a higher risk of early mortality. The study claims moderate consumption of carbohydrates is the healthiest long-term proposition but low-carb diets can be improved if proteins and fats are coming from plant and not animal sources..
Heads up, data-hungry devs: Unity†™s new survey explores the studio size, project counts, marketing platforms, monetization plans, and more of 1,445 indie studios, including some who don't use Unity. ...
In the 1830s and 40s, astronomers and even casual stargazers noticed that the star Eta Carinae was brightening, quickly becoming the second brightest star in the night sky. At a glance it seemed like the star had gone supernova, but it strangely survived the explosion. Thanks to the weirdness of space, modern astronomers have gotten the chance to travel back in time to witness the event, a
A compelling new study from researchers at King's College London has found that if a pregnant mother suffers depression, it can result in notable biological changes in her baby. This is the first study to suggest that depression in pregnancy can result in long-term biological implications for the child... Continue Reading Research suggests mother's depression during pregnancy can alter a b
Climate change is causing waves of gentrification in the cities most vulnerable to rising sea levels, as the wealthy move to poorer areas with a lower risk of flooding, according to a recent study. Read more
According to the results of a new study, soon after the creation of the solar system, Mars may have formed a primordial crust capable of hosting life. The research is based on an analysis of the rare and super-valuable Black Beauty meteorite, which was discovered in the Sahara Desert back in 2011... Continue Reading Black Beauty meteorite suggests habitable primordial Martian crust Catego is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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