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La science du bonheur et de la bonne santé en 8 points (pour les adultes et les enfants)

8 points clés pour une vie heureuse et en bonne santé par le Dr Roger Walsh : des habitudes saines à prendre pour prévenir les maladies physiques et mentales)

Robe de marin pour le poupon - http://pourquoitantdelaine.over-blog.com/article-24541481.html

Là, je suis très fière de moi, pas tant pour le tricot assez simple à réaliser, que pour les explications que j'ai traduites du norvégien. Eh oui, j'ai fait ça toute seule avec mes petits neurones musclés ! Il ne me reste plus qu'à recopier mes notes....

Acellular pertussis vaccines protect against disease but fail to prevent infection and transmission in a nonhuman primate model http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/11/20/1314688110.abstract

Acellular pertussis vaccines protect against disease but fail to prevent infection and transmission in a nonhuman primate model http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/11/20/1314688110.abstract

Computers judgments of peoples personalities based on their Facebook likes are more accurate and valid than judgments made by their friends family spouse or colleagues according to researchers from Cambridge and Stanford Universities using a sample of 86220 volunteers.

Computers judgments of peoples personalities based on their Facebook likes are more accurate and valid than judgments made by their friends family spouse or colleagues according to researchers from Cambridge and Stanford Universities using a sample of 86220 volunteers.

Une nouvelle année débute avec un nouveau

Une nouvelle année débute avec un nouveau Creuse ton neurone sur le forum Polym'air de Rien. Le thème sélectionné, était celui de la...

Ancient crops provide first archaeological signature of the westward Austronesian expansion

Ancient crops provide first archaeological signature of the westward Austronesian expansion

Researchers used fMRI with representational similarity analysis to search for a neural code consistent with semantic false memory. They found clear evidence that false memories emerge from a similarity-based neural code in the temporal pole - region that has been called the semantic hub of the brain

Researchers used fMRI with representational similarity analysis to search for a neural code consistent with semantic false memory. They found clear evidence that false memories emerge from a similarity-based neural code in the temporal pole - region that has been called the semantic hub of the brain

Dylan    Your Brain | The Franklin Institute Science Museum

Dylan Your Brain | The Franklin Institute Science Museum

UCSD Cognitive Science #san #diego #online #college http://mississippi.remmont.com/ucsd-cognitive-science-san-diego-online-college/  DNA methylation at gene promoters in a CG context is associated with transcriptional repression, including at genes silenced on the inactive X chromosome in females. Non-CG methylation (mCH) is a distinct feature of the neuronal epigenome that is differentially distributed between males and females on the X chromosome. However, little is known about differences…

UCSD Cognitive Science #san #diego #online #college http://mississippi.remmont.com/ucsd-cognitive-science-san-diego-online-college/ DNA methylation at gene promoters in a CG context is associated with transcriptional repression, including at genes silenced on the inactive X chromosome in females. Non-CG methylation (mCH) is a distinct feature of the neuronal epigenome that is differentially distributed between males and females on the X chromosome. However, little is known about differences…

Your Brain at The Franklin Institute

Your Brain at The Franklin Institute

Brand New Medical Anatomical Model Human Nervous System Model Neuron Model  #None

Details about Brand New Medical Anatomical Model Human Nervous System Model Neuron Model

Brand New Medical Anatomical Model Human Nervous System Model Neuron Model #None

Yale study shows for the first time that our "friendly" gut bacteria inject toxins into each other BILLIONS of times each day making our gut a natural microbial battlefield

Yale study shows for the first time that our "friendly" gut bacteria inject toxins into each other BILLIONS of times each day making our gut a natural microbial battlefield