Tag: University of Edinburgh

Inseparable from your coffee? It may be genetic

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If you are a coffee imbiber, this here is your safe space.

This post is also dedicated to my parents who do not approve of my coffee drinking habits.

These precious beans have proven benefits such as preventing heart and liver diseases, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and erm, day to day living like keeping you functional at work and ensuring you graduated. Continue reading “Inseparable from your coffee? It may be genetic”

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The fertility biological clock: 21st century myth?

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‘Biological clock’: a term widely used by society to refer to the diminishing ovarian reserve in women since the 1950’s. It has been well known that the human ovary has a finite number of eggs and no new eggs are formed during the course of a woman’s life.

Some time back in 2012, stem cells were discovered in human ovaries following an observation of the same in mice ovaries. The division of these stem cells suggested that new eggs could be formed – making it biologically sensible as sperm is continuously replenished. Continue reading “The fertility biological clock: 21st century myth?”