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Turtle species thought long extinct found alive and well

A tortoise species thought to have gone extinct more than 100 years ago has been discovered in the Galapagos, authorities said Wednesday. The last time the tortoise, called Chelonoidis phantasticus, was seen alive was in 1906. But a recent expedition to Fernandina Island proved otherwise. The Galapagos Parks Authority and the Galapagos Conservancy Group said… Read More »

Perinatal Depression and Anxiety: How Long Does It Last?

In the earliest studies, postpartum depression was described an episode of depression associated with childbirth, typically emerging within the first three months after delivery.  As more research has been carried out, we have learned that a sizeable number of women with PPD actually begin to experience symptoms during pregnancy.  The bottom line is that women… Read More »

Hit the gym to last twice as long in bed

Consider this your motivation to get today’s workout done By Annie Hayes Posted on November 8, 2018 Science boffins often tell us about things we don’t want to hear, like a global warming-induced beer shortage or that our gym equipment is loaded with disgusting germs. But every now and again, gratifying research comes along to… Read More »