Monthly Archives: August 2016

Menopause, Insomnia and Aging
Woman sitting on her bed Aging is something we must inevitably face. Some of us are lucky enough to have fortunate genetics that makes it harder for age to touch us, but not everyone has such a benefit. Most of us need to work at it to age gracefully....
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Understanding Stem Cells Interventions
Researcher working in a laboratory One of the things that is big in beauty is trying to figure out the best way to capitalize on advancements in medicine. This is because there are often treatments that can have multiple uses depending on their form. Chemical compounds are particularly known...
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Understanding Endemic Bacteria
Researcher working in a lab We're used to thinking of our bodies in a singular sense. We have a body. The language is revealing as it indicates the lack of acknowledgment that the human body is a complex interplay between multiple organ systems that all support a larger system....
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