The black substance in the face of loneliness and hunger. An experiment shows that ten-hour forced solitude activates the same brain areas as fasting
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge (USA) studied the brain against the longing for social contact and discovered that after ten hours of solitude, Individuals respond to the lack of social relationships in the same way as they respond to fasting. The need for company and food activates the same brain area (black substance).
An ethical framework for global vaccine allocation
Article published in Science
This article by Emanuel et al. presents the “Fair Priority Model” for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines among countries. The article is available here.
Palaeogenetics: the scientific revolution from the Genome
Svante Pääbo is a Swedish biologist specializing in evolutionary genetics.
Reading the ancient DNA showed the crossing between Neanderthal and Sapiens
DECLARATION BY HELSINKI OF THE AMM – ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH IN HUMAN BEINGS
Manual for physicians about the role of ethics in medicine