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Do you tend to breathe more through your nose or through your mouth? Your answer may affect your ability to consolidate new memories.
The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e. reinforced and stabilized). If we breathe through the nose rather than the mouth after trying to learn a set of smells, we remember them better.
The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e. reinforced and stabilized). If we breathe through the nose rather than the mouth after trying to learn a set of smells, we remember them better, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden report in The Journal of Neuroscience.
TUESDAY, Sept. 18, 2018 -- Thousands of Americans struggling with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) may have a new treatment option to help them breathe easier. COPD, which is often linked to smoking, is a progressive deterioration of...
NewsBabies with cystic fibrosis may breathe better by inhaling hypertonic saline.Contributed Author:
Introduction There is growing evidence that exposure to traffic-related air pollution (TRAP) has a detrimental effect on cognitive and behavioral developmental outcomes in children. In the BREATHE project (n=2897 schoolchildren), conducted in the Barcelona metropolitan area, we found that outdoor and indoor estimated concentrations of elemental carbon (EC, equivalent to black carbon) and nitro...
The SunHolding in a fart means you might 'BREATHE it out your mouth instead'The SunHAVE you ever held in a fart to save face? Chances are, if you're honest, the answer to that question is a yes. If you've ever held in a fart, and let's face it chances are. Getty - Contributor. 5. If you've ever held in a fart, and let's face it ...Here's what happens if you hold a fart in (and how they can come ou...
Another reason for healthcare workers to get flu shot
“My mission is to help individual patients breathe better.” – a bit of #MondayMotivation from one of our medical experts, whose focus is on helping people with respiratory diseases #LiveEveryBreathpic.twitter.com/m2oCLZzJlX
“My mission is to help individual patients breathe better.” – a bit of #MondayMotivation from one of our medical experts, whose focus is on helping people with respiratory diseases #LiveEveryBreath pic.twitter.com/m2oCLZzJlX
Therapy through song: Choir helps Hungarian lung patients breathe more easily https://reut.rs/2QOuG6A
#WeWontRest until #patients no longer struggle to breathe. Until there’s a cure for #asthma there is always a need to find a medicine that’s better than the last #ERSCongress https://bit.ly/2N8klVl @GSKpic.twitter.com/fpNLsV3OrC
#WeWontRest until #patients no longer struggle to breathe. Until there’s a cure for #asthma there is always a need to find a medicine that’s better than the last #ERSCongress https://bit.ly/2N8klVl @GSK
Biogen, Eisai Breathe Life into BAN2401 with Updated Data Regarding Patients with APOE4 Mutation http://dlvr.it/QpTfyR pic.twitter.com/0OzhrmZ1yg
Editorial: Clean air to breathe is widely recognized as a universal human right. Science can help to tackle air pollution with better models for monitoring and exposure https://go.nature.com/2DijHjx
NewsThe way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated, according to a new study.Contributed Author:&n
Some bottle water is claimed to have extra oxygen which is claimed to give a performance benefit. Are these claims valid?
Source: National Institutes of Health - Related MedlinePlus Pages: Air Pollution, Indoor Air Pollution
Our DNA is under constant attack. The delicate molecule that contains our genetic information is extremely vulnerable to everything from environmental agents, such as radiation, to the chemicals in the air we breathe and the food we eat.
NewsFour million neonatal deaths occur each year due to birth asphyxia, according to estimates from WHO.
Small children are especially vulnerable to dehydration, and it’s not only stomach bugs that are a problem. Upper respiratory infections can make it difficult for them to drink.
High-profile executives like Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, and Ray Dalio, founder of investment company Bridgewater Capital, all advocate a practice that helps with stress and burnout: meditation.
(New York Times) – The simple fact that Andrew was living at home is somewhat miraculous. Heroin and fentanyl caused him to stop breathing, but he learned to breathe on his own again. His kidneys failed and then recovered. But … Read More
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