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`Trust hormone` oxytocin helps repair old muscles

Last Updated: Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 14:40

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have discovered that oxytocin-a hormone associated with maternal nurturing, social attachments, childbirth and sex-is indispensable for healthy muscle maintenance and repair.

Scientists explain how stressful situations lead to heart attack

Last Updated: Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 14:27

A new study has revealed the hypothetical mechanism behind heart attack caused by stress, emotional shock, or overexertion.

Can diabetes be reversed?

Last Updated: Friday, June 06, 2014, 17:50

In a ray of hope for diabetes patients, scientists have discovered the cellular sequence that leads to the trigger of the disease.

Stress can be contagious: Study

Last Updated: Thursday, May 01, 2014, 12:47

Stress can be contagious, as observing another person in a stressful situation can be enough to make our own bodies release the stress hormone cortisol, a new study suggests.

`Love hormone` bonds animals like humans: Study

Last Updated: Monday, April 28, 2014, 10:36

And you thought you had a patent on `love hormone` when it comes to showing affection! Dogs too have oxytocin and release it in a good quantity when in love or looking for bonding.

Low testosterone levels in womb may impact men`s health condition

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 15:18

According to researchers, low testosterone levels may be determined in the mother`s womb itself.

Laugh out loud to improve short-term memory

Last Updated: Monday, April 21, 2014, 18:56

A new study has revealed that laughter can improve short-term memory and makes the brain work better in older adults.

`Love` hormone drives lying among close colleagues

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 02, 2014, 13:37

Know why some people bend ethical rules and even lie to help those closer to them - like their colleagues or family members?

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