Category Archives: Medical sciences

The usefulness of medicinal plants is more than folktales

Find out the scientifically proven medicinal effect of juniper, peppermint, birch leaves, and linden tree blossoms. Continue reading

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Genomic Study: Indian Rors Have Roots in West Eurasia

A new genomic study highlights the closeness of the Ror and Jat Indian population groups to populations residing west of India, including modern Europe. Continue reading

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The Intercellular Genetic Language Is Our First Language

Professor of Clinical Genomics and Personalized Medicine Alireza Fazeli looks into communication between cells from pregnancy to cancer. Continue reading

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An important genetic test for pregnant women will soon be made in Estonia

Estonian researchers have developed an innovative method of medical genetics that will enable non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) to be carried out soon in Estonia. NIPT is like an insurance policy, providing reliable genetic testing about fetal chromosomal health already at … Continue reading

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How dreams come true: living example of UT scientist

As a result of more than 20 years of research by the scientists at the University of Tartu, the lactic acid bacteria strain ME-3, known for the last 15 years as the bacteria Hellus added to the dairy products of … Continue reading

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The Dark Side of Smart Devices

Have you ever tried to eat ten ice creams in a row? Too much of a good thing can make you sick. Excessive amount of vitamins creates an adverse reaction in the body. Too much sun is bad for your … Continue reading

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Can MRI Detect Antisocial Personality Disorder?

University of Tartu Cognitive Psychology Professor Talis Bachmann comments on whether MRI scans can detect antisocial personality disorder. Continue reading

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