Escrito por Andrés Carrazco Montalvo (@AndresRCM) Editor: Daniel Romero-Álvarez (@Vakdaro)Los machos de Lutzomyia sps. (arriba) se alimentan de néctar; son las hembras las que necesitan de la sangre, rica en proteínas, para el desarrollo de sus huevos. Durante el proceso, transmiten el parásito a sus hospederos definitivos. Los flebótomos, también llamados moscas de arena (por su color), son considerados vectores o
There is now evidence of the effectiveness of eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing for the treatment of symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder.
In her debut blog, Rose Tomlins looks at a review of the evidence of this approach for people with learning disabilities.
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Welcome to our weekly serving of free and original science fiction here at Astroguyz.com. As the first eclipse season of 2015 draws neigh, we though we’d feature one of our many eclipse inspired tales entitled Exeligmos. What started as one eclipse sci-fi story soon grew into half a dozen, two of which are already completed and [...]
Shirley Reynolds writes her debut Mental Elf blog on a recent meta-analysis of cognitive bias modification (CBM) for anxiety and depression in children and adolescents. The review suggests that, on the face of it, we should not be investing in future CBM research, but is it that simple?
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This review of mouthwash use in patients having fixed banded orthodontic treatment included 15 small studies and suggests that they reduce plaque levels. However the clinical relevance of the findings are uncertain and larger well conducted studies are needed.
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