If ghrelin has the same effect on humans, it could play a vital role in treating sexually abused victims.
New research by an Anglia Ruskin University economist surveyed over 21,000 citizens in Greece.
The study was published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
Ed Miliband will also pledge new safety checks and 5,000 new home care workers.
The study aims at giving scientific credence to the healing powers of Ayurveda.
Brazilian researchers have accidentally discovered a new painkiller from proteins found in coffee
One in three women aged between 25 and 29 have attended their cervical screening.
Warning that the NHS will struggle to cope with the extra burden placed on it by those who over-indulge
World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Dr Margaret Chan called for reform of the organization on Sunday (January 25), as member states held talks on the WHO's delay in facing the deadly Ebola epidemic.
The NHS says there is an urgent GP workforce crisis as doctors leave the profession and training places go unfilled
Marks was 'world's most sophisticated drugs baron' and became a celebrity and pro-marijuana campaigner
Ms Cafferkey said she is 'happy to be alive' after recovering from the deadly virus.
By extending the telomere length by 10%, the point of death or halt of cell division is put off.
Meyler tells us how she helped fight Ebola in Liberia's capital Monrovia and became a Time Person of the Year.
Study shows family members telling stories to coma victims helps awaken unconscious brain.