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Minoxidil for Male Pattern Baldness: Lower Concentrations More Effective?

A trial comparing placebo, 5% and 10% minoxidil solution on the scalps of men experiencing male pattern baldness surprisingly found that the efficacy of...

Caffeine Consumption Induces Reduction in Grey Matter Volume

A recent human study showed that just 10 days of caffeine consumption caused a significant dose-dependant reduction in grey matter volume in the medial...

Vitamin C and Vitamin E in Diet Reduce Risk of Parkinson’s Disease

Recent research studying almost 44,000 men and women finds that higher levels of vitamin C and vitamin E in the diet are associated with...

Resistance Training by Itself Not Optimal for Muscle Growth?

A recent study suggests that combining a high load resistance exercise for a muscle group (such as relatively heavy dumbbell bicep curls) with a...

Negative Effect of Fructose on the Immune System

New study suggests that increased dietary intake of fructose (fruit sugar) may have negative effect on immunity. This further adds reason to caution dietary...

Potential Use for New GABA-Targeting Drugs in Alcohol Use Disorder

Use of GABAB (GABA type B) agonist, ADX71441, in preclinical trials caused significant reductions in alcohol intake. The drug potently reduced motivation to drink and...

The Genetic Ancestors and Descendants of the Indus Valley Civilisation

The Harappan Civilisation was not a combination of recently immigrated Central Asians, Iranians or Mesopotamians which imported civilizational knowledge, but instead was a distinct...

IGF-1: Trade Off Between Cognitive Function and Cancer Risk

Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) is a prominent growth factor which conducts many of the growth-promoting effects of growth hormone (GH) through GH's stimulation...

Intermittent Fasting or Time-Restricted Feeding (TRF) Has Significant Negative Effects on Hormones

Intermittent fasting has a wide range of effects on the endocrine system of which many could be detrimental. Therefore, time-restricted feeding (TRF) should not...

Donepezil’s Effects on Brain Regions

Donepezil is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor1. Acetylcholinesterase breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine2, thereby reducing acetylcholine signalling in the brain. Acetylcholine (ACh) enhances the encoding of...

Selegiline’s Wide Array of Potential Therapeutic Effects

Selegiline is an irreversible monoamine oxidase (MAO) B inhibitor1. Monoamine neurotransmitters, such as serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine, are derivatives of amino acids2. The enzyme...

Hypertrophic Effect of Endurance Exercise and the Potential Mechanisms

Endurance, or "aerobic" exercise, is generally viewed as cardiovascular exercise and is not generally associated with skeletal muscle hypertrophy. Endurance exercise is defined as...

Potential Therapeutic Role of Ketones in Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent 12 week trial comparing a normal carbohydrate-containing diet to the ketogenic diet in Alzheimer's Disease patients discovered that those who underwent a...

Effects of Androgens on the Brain

Androgens such as testosterone are generally viewed simplistically as creating aggression, impulsivity and antisocial behaviours. However, androgens influence behaviour in a complex way which...

Nicotine’s Varying (Positive and Negative) Effects on the Brain

Nicotine has a vast array of neurophysiological effects, not all of which are negative despite popular opinion of nicotine as a simplistically harmful substance....

Were Hunter-Gatherers Healthier Than the Modern Humans?

Hunter gatherers are often thought of as dumb animalistic folks who lived short, miserable lives. In terms of societal advancements such as technology, hunter...

Stonehenge: The Sarsens Originated from West Woods, Wiltshire

The origin of sarsens, the larger stones that make the primary architecture of Stonehenge was an enduring mystery for several centuries. The geochemical analysis1 of...

Gastric Bypass Without Surgery & Diabetes Cure

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Baldness and Greying Hair Cure?

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Minoxidil for Male Pattern Baldness: Lower Concentrations More Effective?

A trial comparing placebo, 5% and 10% minoxidil solution...

Caffeine Consumption Induces Reduction in Grey Matter Volume

A recent human study showed that just 10 days...

Vitamin C and Vitamin E in Diet Reduce Risk of Parkinson’s Disease

Recent research studying almost 44,000 men and women finds...

Resistance Training by Itself Not Optimal for Muscle Growth?

A recent study suggests that combining a high load...

Negative Effect of Fructose on the Immune System

New study suggests that increased dietary intake of fructose...

Potential Use for New GABA-Targeting Drugs in Alcohol Use Disorder

Use of GABAB (GABA type B) agonist, ADX71441, in preclinical...

The Genetic Ancestors and Descendants of the Indus Valley Civilisation

The Harappan Civilisation was not a combination of recently...

IGF-1: Trade Off Between Cognitive Function and Cancer Risk

Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) is a prominent growth...

Intermittent Fasting or Time-Restricted Feeding (TRF) Has Significant Negative Effects on Hormones

Intermittent fasting has a wide range of effects on...