Blue Light shown to help people relax faster after trauma

 

Published on Nov 13, 2017

Blue Light shown to help people relax faster after trauma
Researchers discovered that Blue Light helps individuals relax up to 3 fold faster.
Citations: Blue lighting accelerates post-stress relaxation: Results of a preliminary study. PLOS ONE, 2017; 12 (10): e0186399 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0186399

Pesticide residues on produce associated with poor pregnancy outcomes

 

Researchers discovered that the EPA permitted level of pesticide residues of Fruits and Vegetables may have a significantly negative effect on pregnancy outcomes. Citation: Association Between Pesticide Residue Intake From Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables and Pregnancy Outcomes Among Women Undergoing Infertility Treatment With Assisted Reproductive Technology. JAMA Internal Medicine, 2017; DOI: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2017.5038

Bacterial Fats, not dietary ones, may deserve the blame for heart disease

 

Bacterial Fats, not dietary ones, may deserve the blame for heart disease Researchers discovered that the fat normally found in atherosclerosis, does necessarily match the fat found in natural dietary fats. In fact the lipid that may cause heart disease is not manufactured by animals but by Bacteroidetes found in the mouth. Citation: Deposition and hydrolysis of serine dipeptide lipids of Bacteroidetes bacteria in human arteries: relationship to atherosclerosis, Journal of Lipid Research (2017). DOI: 10.1194/jlr.M077792

Dream Control, Clinically Researched Methods

Dream Control, Clinically Researched Methods
Three of the most successful dream control methods were recently clinically tested and compared, all were successful with the MILD method showing the most potential.
Citation: Reality testing and the mnemonic induction of lucid dreams: Findings from the national Australian lucid dream induction study.. Dreaming, 2017; 27 (3): 206 DOI: 10.1037/drm0000059

Zinc Shown to Halt Cancer Growth

Researchers discover How Zinc halts the growth of cancer paving the way for possible new treatments using Zinc supplementation.
Citation: Selective inhibitory effects of zinc on cell proliferation in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma through Orai1. The FASEB Journal, 2017; fj.201700227RRR DOI: 10.1096/fj.201700227RRR