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They say the results suggest flavanols, a occurring nutrient abundant in fresh cocoa naturally, present benefits for the brain by improving bloodstream vessel function. British scientist Ian Macdonald of the University of Nottingham Medical College, conducted a small brain imaging study on young, healthy women to discover whether flavanol-rich cocoa helped boost cognitive function during complicated mental jobs. Macdonald says although the beverage did not improve their overall performance on the checks, it did increase blood flow to their brains for a two to three-hour period, and he believes more research might show that increased blood flow could benefit older adults and those who have cognitive impairments, such as fatigue or mini-strokes even.We wanted to find a biomarker that’s unambiguously connected with diseased liver. Related StoriesNew generation of RNAscope items for RNA-biomarker analysis in FFPE tissue releasedWider geographic posting of pediatric donor lung area can increase transplant prices for youthful U.S. PatientsNurses who work with organ transplant patients encounter high levels of emotional exhaustion'We currently knew that people with liver disease employ a distinct smell on the breath and we wanted to discover what caused that smell.