You and Your Hormones
Scientists discover why some people are better with faces than names (The Daily Telegraph, 6 January 2009)
07 Jan 2009
Researchers have discovered that the hormone oxytocin is involved in helping people recognise familiar faces. This is the first such study to show a link between oxytocin and facial recognition.
PhD vacancy: How are sex differences controlled? The case of the human fetal clitoris and penis.
International retailer introduces paid leave for menopause
New method expands polygenic embryo screening
First kidney xenotransplant a success
New guidelines for hypo- and hyperparathyroidism treatment
A diet high in dairy fat reduces the risk of heart disease
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Ketones may improve cerebral blood flow in obesity
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