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Scientists mapped the brain circuits drive reproductive women´s activities

For a century, scientists have known that female animals become more active during ovulation, and this behavior has evolved to increase their chances of mating when they are fertile.


Study finds that lung maintains long-term memory of COVID infection

After infection with SARS-CoV-2, where does the immune system store the memory to provide long-term protection against reinfection?


Researchers demonstrate vaccination approach in mice that could prevent future coronavirus outbreaks

Researchers in Japan have developed a vaccination strategy in mice that promotes the production of antibodies that can neutralize not only SARS-CoV-2 but a broad range of other coronaviruses as well.


Identifying adults at high-risk for change in weight and BMI in England: a longitudinal, large-scale, population-based cohort study using electronic health records

Targeted obesity prevention policies would benefit from the identification of population groups.


Glucocorticoid and blood glucose

Glucocorticoid (GC) is one of the common glucocorticoids. Excessive intake of exogenous glucocorticoids and excessive secretion of endogenous GC may cause the increase of blood glucose in varying degrees through a variety of mechanisms.


Does testosterone affect success?

At the University of Bristol wanted to find out whether this was because testosterone actually affected socio-economic status, rather than socio-economic environment affecting testosterone, or health affected both. The findings were published in the July 28 issue of the journal progress of science.


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