The warmer the environment, the healthier the bones
Time of Update: 2022-09-16
(plaintext) A team of researchers from the University of Geneva in Switzerland found that a warm environment increases bone strength and density, which can prevent the occurrence of osteoporosis .
In 2019, the output was 19.55 million tons, and China's modified plastics showed a situation of overcapacity
Time of Update: 2022-08-22
In the future, companies in the modified plastics industry need to improve the development space from the following aspects:Increase the research and development and promotion of new products and high-margin products, and optimize product structure;Carry out calculation upgrades and innovations on original products, implement refined management, improve production efficiency and reduce production costs;Build new growth points through continuous innovation of computing, equipment and products;Continue to increase investment in scientific research and gradually extend to the upstream industrial chain .
PNAS: What do you want to eat, it may just be your gut flora wanting to eat
Time of Update: 2022-06-08
On April 19, 2022, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh published a research paper titled: The gut microbiome influences host diet selection behavior in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) .
The study found that gut microbes influence the host's food choices by producing substances that crave different types of food .
Soaring natural gas prices may intensify inflationary pressures in Europe
Time of Update: 2021-09-12
Recently, the price of natural gas in the international market has continued to rise, leading to an increase in the cost of gas and electricity in many European countries .
Give up naps: research shows that naps do not alleviate lack of sleep
Time of Update: 2021-08-28
In this study, we want to know whether short naps during deprivation will alleviate these deficits," the study author, Michigan State University Sleep and Learning Said Kimberly Fenn, director of the laboratory .
Nature: Bacterial infection destroys the sense of smell
Time of Update: 2021-07-27
In a study published in the journal Nature on July 21, researchers determined that after intestinal bacterial infection, the glial cells and neurons in the brain of fruit flies act as a kind of inhibitory olfactory and protect animals.
The hidden worries behind the export prosperity of extract industry
Time of Update: 2014-02-21
Under the influence of new medical model, natural health food is favored Since the end of 1990s, plant extracts have attracted more and more attention from the pharmaceutical and food industry When th