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Biological Sciences

Six marathons a week? Scientists reveal the limit of human endurance

Scientists have calculated an ‘ultimate endurance limit’ - how much energy a ...

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Biomedical Sciences

World Health Organisation: Being Transgender is No Longer a ‘Disorder’

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has updated its global manual of diagnoses, r...

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Biomedical Sciences

Four Pharmaceutical Companies and Competition Law

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has issued a statement of objections ...

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Biochemistry

How Brain Implants Will Zap Depression Away

Recent developments in neural science have shone a ray of optimism on individuals suffering with ...

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Biochemistry

Sorry Melpomene, He’s Just Not That Into You…

We all want a bit of L-O-V-E, from homo sapiens, through to dolphins and of course the various sub-...

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Biological Sciences

Pregnant Forever And Why Your Baby Never Really Leaves You

The maternal bond between mother and child is like no other. Incredibly, research is now suggesting...

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Biochemistry

How Little Aloxotl Will Stop Us Aging ‘A-lotl’

Meet Aloxotl  (pronounced ah-loh-shottle) – most likely the cutest little amphibian you’ve ev...

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Biomedical Sciences

Skip the fast food and start fasting

Fasting has a long history and is central to many of the world’s religions: Yom Kippur is a fast d...

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Biomedical Sciences

Will an aspirin a day really keep the doctor away?

Millions of people across the world are regularly taking ‘low dose’ (typically 81 milligrams) as...

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Biological Sciences

The Origins of Anxiety: Studies in Behaviour and Brain Chemistry

It’s normal to experience feelings of worry and fear as a response to stressful situations, as wel...

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Biochemistry

Honey Laundering: The largest food fraud in history

Raw honey is considered to be a natural energy source, antioxidant and handy hayfever preventative, ...

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Biological Sciences

Go to bed! The effects of a lack of sleep

Matthew Walker writes in his fantastic new book ‘Why We Sleep’ that two-thirds of adults in deve...

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