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‘Homo’ only primate whose tooth size decreases as its brain size...

Andalusian researchers, led by the University of Granada, have discovered a curious characteristic of the members of the human lineage, classed as the genus...

Research shows that the more chocolate you eat, the lower your...

University of Granada researchers from the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences have scientifically disproven the old belief...

Melatonin helps control weight gain as it stimulates the appearance of...

Spanish scientists are the first to reveal the previously unknown enigma of the effect melatonin has to counter obesity in the organism and why...

Walking to school helps girls think

Cognitive performance of adolescent girls who walk to school is better than that of girls who travel by bus or car. Moreover, cognitive performance...

Eating fast food linked to depression

According to a recent study headed by scientists from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of Granada, eating commercial...

Virgin Olive Oil & Fish Fatty Acids Help Prevent Acute Pancreatitis

Oleic acid and hydroxytyrosol –present in a particularly high concentration in virgin olive oil– and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids –found in fish– affect the...

Mother’s milk improves the physical condition of future adolescents

Enrique García Artero, the principal author of the study and researcher at the University of Granada pointed out that, "Our objective was to analyse the relationship between the duration of breastfeeding babies and their physical condition in adole...

Subsidies have no effect on Spanish cinema productivity

Awards have an impact on Spanish movie productivity, since they increase internal and external distribution demand, but subsidies have no effect whatsoever on the productivity of the Spanish film industry. This is the conclusion of researchers a...

Oldest fossils found in Cordillera Betica mountain range

Spanish researchers have found fossils of Ordovician conodonts dating to between 446 and 444 million years ago for the first time in the western Mediterranean. The discovery of these very primitive marine vertebrates has helped scientists to r...

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