From IT to Biohacking

Biohacking

We continue with our series of interviews and today we present to you Balázs Csanak, a biohacker from Hungary, currently living in Austria.  Bali, as most people call him, is originally an economist and IT professional, but after working in this field for 7 years, he realised he wasn’t truly interested in doing that, so […]

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The Deleterious Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep

If you were to ask a person living in modern-day society if he has had a full uninterrupted eight-hour sleep last night, the chances that you would get a positive answer are quite low. To working people who are overwhelmed by responsibilities, enjoying the recommended 7-9 hours of quiet rest at night may even feel […]

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Conception Disaster of the Modern World

Epigenetics

Humans have always seemed to have an innate desire to reproduce. Not only the physiological need and natural drive for sexual contact, men and women have generally had a natural, God-given desire to bear and nurture children. Thus, given the dual facts that approximately one in ten couples in western countries are infertile today.[1] Infertility […]

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