WHY RUNNING REALLY MAKES US FEEL GOOD: A new study of University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre linking hormone signals that regulate feeding and exercise, show that a ‘runner’s high’ is triggered by leptin, known to control satiety. “The lower leptin levels are, the better the performance,” Prof. Fulton says. We speculate that for humans, low leptin levels increase motivation to exercise and make it easier to get a runner’s high.”

8 Mandatory Recovery Rules By Will Lind Image © lzf / Dollar Photo Club The worst thing you can do in running is to train yourself into a deep hole that you probably could work your way out of, but.

The secret to remembering things? Read them aloud

The secret to remembering things? Read them aloud

The research by Montreal University found increasing the number of ‘aspects’ to the information such as the effort of moving the lips, and talking to someone else, made it more memorable.

Teens With Tons Of Facebook Friends More Likely To Be Stressed

Having Tons Of Facebook Friends Is Bad For Your Health

Teens With Tons Of Facebook Friends More Likely To Be Stressed

Mothers who take antidepressants are more likely to give birth to children who become autistic. What does that mean?

Taking Antidepressants While Pregnant May Raise Autism Risks, But It’s Complicated

Scientists Engineer An Opioid That May Reduce Pain With Less Risk

As a woman is jailed for her part in running a 'depraved' child sex abuse   ring, Radhika Sanghani speaks to experts about what motivates female   abusers

Female paedophiles: Why women sexually abuse children

As a woman is jailed for her part in running a 'depraved' child sex abuse ring, Radhika Sanghani speaks to experts about what motivates female abusers

Antidepressants in pregnancy 'increase child's risk of autism'

Antidepressants in pregnancy 'increase child's risk of autism'

The University of Montreal findings highlight concerns that the increasing use of antidepressant drugs could be having a detrimental effect on patients and their children.

Research finding an association between taking antidepressant drugs during pregnancy and an increased risk of autism in babies is likely to trouble women, but is far from definitive.

New Research Raises More Questions about Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy

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Baby won't stop crying? Try SINGING

Baby won't stop crying? Try SINGING

Crying and colic and gas, oh my! When your baby is fussy, it's no fun for either of you. Check out our how to soothe a crying baby photo gallery for 13 mom-tested techniques for calming your little one.

Restoring vision with stem cells - Medical News Today

Cells compact their DNA when starved of oxygen, nutrients - Medical News Today

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