I’ve been studying molecular biology for many years. I also have a keen interest in music, having played with Sydney pop band the Hummingbirds. Usually, there is little overlap between these two pursuits, but I recently became aware of people using DNA sequences to create music.
This is called sonification. The people doing this usually treat DNA sequences as random patterns to create nice-sounding music. But what if we used musical notes to find out something useful about DNA sequences, like where mutations occur?
Pense no que vai dizer antes de abrir a boca. Seja breve e preciso, já que cada vez que deixa sair uma palavra, deixa sair uma parte do seu Chi (energia). Assim, aprenderá a desenvolver a arte de falar sem perder energia.
A autoestima é a parte do nosso autoconceito que torna a nossa couraça emocional mais ou menos resistente. Amar a nós mesmos de forma incondicional é, sem dúvida, a pedra fundamental do bem-estar psicológico, porque embora o conceito de amor próprio possa parecer simples, é realmente mais importante do que se imagina.
Inflammation is like a fire in your body you cannot see or feel. “It’s a smoldering process that injures your tissues, joints, and blood vessels, and you often do not notice it until significant damage is done,” says Dr. Andrew Luster, of the Center for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital. The damage might show up as arthritis, heart disease, stroke, and even Alzheimer’s disease.
Mind-body interventions (MBIs), such as meditation, yoga and tai chi, don’t just relax us. According to a new study, they can reverse the molecular reactions in our DNA that cause ill health and depression.
The first rules of dieting are to give up unhealthy treats and to eat less.
It’s oft-repeated but true: exercise keeps you healthy. It boosts your immune system, keeps the mind sharp, helps you sleep, maintains your muscle tone, and extends your healthy lifespan.
Scientific evidence of a ‘higher’ state of consciousness has been found in a study led by the University of Sussex.
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De acordo com um estudo canadense recente, é mais emocionalmente prejudicial ser ignorado no local de trabalho do que ser intimidado nele.