If we get a completely different pattern of light throughout the day and into the evening hours, our health can be affected. ‘.. Scientists investigate the HPA Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, such as the changing spectrum of light we are exposed to during the day affects our health.can reduce poor artificial lighting systems together with spending too little time outdoors designed planes of the body clock hormone melatonin causes sleep. – Dr John O’Hagan, head of the HPA Laser and Optical Radiation Dosimetry Group, said, ‘The spectrum of sunlight changes during the day, the the amount of blue light decreases at night as we are approaching people to respond.
O’Hagan added: ‘We hope that this information will be related to the work in nursing homes and residential properties, a strong argument for further investigation, which is the health of people with different exposures to blue light compare to. ‘.. – The Surrey Sleep Research Centre is work in research.new updatedHSA Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs Now Availableto find a new, updated guide local substance abuse treatment programs by the the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration available. Read More
12 percent of in NICU display reduced brain sizeNew research shows that exposure to stressors in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit are associated with changes in brain structure and function of very preterm infants. According to the study now appear in Annals of Neurology, a journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the American Neurological Association, and Child Neurology Society, infants, early exposure, the size of the brain functional connectivity and abnormal behavior of the engine stress decreased published experienced.
Force Protection and Medical University of South Carolina announce the opening of the Center for Brain ResearchForce Protection, Inc. and the Medical University of South Carolina announced the opening of of the Force Protection Center for Brain Research at MUSC.. ‘Has We are pleased to partner with a company that has done so much to protect and to save the lives of the troops serving our country, ‘said MUSC President Ray Greenberg. ‘Combining the expertise of expertise of the University and the technical expertise of of our sponsors in the best-in – class service and treatment of the many men and women who have suffered devastating brain injuries result in the line of duty. We are pleased to begin. Read More