As per Bimonte-Nelson, removing one's uterus has a definite impact on spatial memory. The uterus, being connected to the autonomic nervous system, which coordinates unconscious functions like breathing and digestion, plays a more important role than what meets the eye.
The study, conducted by the University of Oxford and Liverpool John Moores University, examined the brain activities of around 32 babies and concluded that stroking them gently can have therapeutic effects on the baby.
The Translational Health Science and Technology Institute (THSTI), in collaboration with University of Bergen, Norway and Tribhuvan University, Nepal, will participate in the multi-country, multi-site study.
In a study over mice, the team repurposed a toxin normally found in Polybia paulista — a South American wasp — to create variants of the peptide that are potent against bacteria but non-toxic to human cells.
For the study, researchers analysed 2,196 children. The findings, published in the journal SLEEP, showed that one-third of children consistently adhered to age-appropriate bedtimes for ages five to nine.
The study published in the journal 'Advances in Nutrition' attempts to understand the relationship between circadian rhythms and eating patterns - called chrono-nutrition - and overall cardiometabolic health.