This research joins a series of previous studies at the University of Haifa.

Day-nighton between Light At Night and cancer RevealedA new study by the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research Chronobiology at the University of Haifa has found an additional link between light at night and cancer. This research joins a series of previous studies at the University of Haifa, who also carried out the correlation incumbent. ‘High power light bulbs contribute more to ‘ environmental light pollution ‘, the study has shown is a carcinogenic pollution, ‘says Prof. Abraham Haim, who led the study.

The study also found that the suppression of melatonin definitely affects the development of the tumor. The size of the tumor in mice, the ‘long days’but treated with melatonin only 0.62 cc. On average, which is not much different than the size of the growth in mice, the ‘short time ‘. The study also found that the death rate in mice treated was significantly lower than was significantly lower than in those who were not treated.Teams had several experimentation finally analysis of parietal and occipital areas the brains of of 71 patients, some already and and several without Alzheimer’s. Her diagnostic uncertainty was 82 example as it is made analysis Penn 82-85 % of the time per cent of % by using the EEG. Alzheimer’s disease is not be are hereby confirmed a patient to died and his brain was analyzed. Gold – standard tests to world-class research institutions, as Penn can be administered have a 90 per cent exactness rate. But , most people are evaluated to municipal hospitals and hospitals, where the diagnostic precision about 75 % about 75 %.

World-class hopes for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease by studying.

Polikar and to his pupils analyzes data using sophisticated signal processing, pattern matching and artificial intelligence techniques the hypothesis of the hypothesis that the entire the ERP signals, not only the P300 display, marker, not previously not previously been associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

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