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Listening to tearing ballads can beat the depression, according to a new study. Melodic music with a tempo lower than 80 beats per minute - as Adele pictured - was found to alleviate depressive symptoms by up to 80 percent

HEALTH COMMENTS: Adele can relieve your blues by reducing depressive symptoms by 80 percent

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Listening to tearing ballads can beat the depression, according to a new study. Melodic music with a tempo lower than 80 beats per minute was found to reduce depressive symptoms by up to 80 percent.

Hundreds of top ballads meet these therapeutic criteria, from the 2008 hit Chasing Pavements by Adele, left, to the classic Is not No Sunshine from the & # 39; 70.

During the University of Toronto study, ten patients with depression listened to slow-tempo music for 30 minutes a day.

Five weeks later they were questioned about their mental state. Researchers suggest that music controls overactive electrical activity in the brain.

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Listening to tearing ballads can beat the depression, according to a new study. Melodic music with a tempo lower than 80 beats per minute - as Adele pictured - was found to alleviate depressive symptoms by up to 80 percent

Listening to tearing ballads can beat the depression, according to a new study. Melodic music with a tempo lower than 80 beats per minute – as Adele pictured – was found to alleviate depressive symptoms by up to 80 percent

Saved form killer cardiac arrest – by a hi-tech & # 39; tattoo & # 39;

A wafer-thin, flexible metal sticker on the chest can recognize the signs of deadly heart attacks and strokes before they occur.

The prototype – an & # 39; electronic tattoo & # 39; called – houses a complex network of built-in sensors to track signs of abnormal electrical activity of the heart.

The sticker is more accurate than traditional ECG heart monitors. These record only a few minutes of cardiac activity, but the sticker stays in place for up to a week, allowing constant monitoring. This means it can detect problems that may not be picked up during a conventional test.

A hi-tech & # 39; tattoo & # 39; can be more effective than the traditional type ECG test, stock image

A hi-tech & # 39; tattoo & # 39; can be more effective than the traditional type ECG test, stock image

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A hi-tech & # 39; tattoo & # 39; can be more effective than the traditional type ECG test, stock image

The & # 39; tattoo & # 39; is made of a remarkable material called graphene – one of the thinnest materials ever made and 100 times stronger than steel. The device does not require batteries, because graphene generates its own capacity in response to body heat.

Lectures are transmitted wirelessly to a telephone app. Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin claim that their device can be useful to 18 million people around the world.

We licked the testing

A saliva test of two minutes can speed up the diagnosis of one of the most common hormone deficiencies.

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Cortisol deficiency affects approximately 20,000 Britons. It occurs when the body stops producing the hormone cortisol, which is vital for stress regulation and the fight against infections.

Patients often experience depression, dizziness, chronic exhaustion and muscle cramps.

At the moment there are various blood tests at a specialized clinic. But the saliva rod, soon available for NHS patients, is performed by the doctor during the operation.

Scientists from the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust believe that the rod can reduce an invasive blood test by a third.

If there was once a reason not to skip PE … scientists believe that participation in sport at school may protect against cancer at a later age. Women in particular saw their risk of colon cancer, which kills 16,000 Britons per year, fall by 11 percent if they exercise regularly during their teenage years.

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Harvard University researchers followed nearly 30,000 women and compared the incidence of the disease. If the women in adulthood had an active lifestyle, the risk decreased further by almost a third.

The reason is not clear, but scientists suggest that it could be a combination of boosting the immune system and preventing weight gain – an important risk factor for colon tumors.

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