Public release date: 8-Jul-2009 – 98.4 percent of the overweight women could be identified by the presence of a single bacterial species (Selenomonas noxia) at levels greater than 1.05 percent of the total salivary bacteria
Public release date: 3-Feb-2009 – New eczema-provoking allergens are formed by reaction with acid in the ambient air (known as autoxidation) or with skin enzymes.
Public release date: 3-Feb-2009 – in the development of the nervous system and found that the proteins previously thought to play a significant role, in fact, do not.
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Public release date: 4-Feb-2009 – arginine supplementation for a 12-week period decreased the body fat gains of low-fat and high-fat fed rats by 65 percent and 63 percent, respectively. The long-term arginine treatment did not have any adverse effects
Public release date: 5-Feb-2009 – We estimated that the treatment plant released 45 kilograms of the antibiotic ciprofloxacin in one day, which is equivalent to five times the daily consumption of Sweden,” – The water from the pharmaceutical industries is… Read More ›
Public release date: 5-Feb-2009 – initial studies showing that bacteria in the human gut convert linoleic acid, a naturally-occurring fat in the diet, into a form called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) which is absorbed by the gut wall.
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Public release date: 10-Feb-2009 – three quarters (74 percent) of the patients of the treated group and only a third (32 percent) of the control group achieved remission at the end of the study.
New lab evidence suggests preventive effect of herbal supplement in prostate cancer – Red clover (Trifolium pretense)
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Public release date: 18-Dec-2009 A 57 percent increase in spectrum-disorder cases is dramatic BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Autism and related development disorders are becoming more common, with a prevalence rate approaching 1 percent among American 8-year-olds, according to new data from… Read More ›
Public release date: 21-Dec-2009 – The investigators found that while viewing the painful images, both responders and non-responders showed activity in the emotional centers of the brain. But responders showed greater activity in pain-related brain regions compared with non-responders, and… Read More ›
– the treatment group improved significantly on a scale of physical role functioning, while the placebo group remained unchanged Researchers say Vitamin D may be cost-effective treatment or adjunct for patients with fibromyalgia syndrome and low vitamin D levels, reports… Read More ›
Findings published in the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease Amsterdam, NL, 16 January 2014 – A new study exploring vitamin D levels in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) opens up the possibility of a new avenue of early intervention that may… Read More ›
– over time, they paradoxically promote trust in a product and consequently lead to more positive product evaluation and more actual purchases Thursday, January 16, 2014 TAU research shows that some warning labels can make products like cigarettes more appealing… Read More ›
Contact: Charlotte Hsu firstname.lastname@example.org 716-645-4655 University at Buffalo A new imaging technique captures the vibrations of proteins, tiny motions critical to human life IMAGE: Using a new imaging technique they developed, scientists have managed to observe and… Read More ›
Chicken capsules good for aching joints / fewer and milder adverse effects than those taking methotrexate
Public release date: 30-Nov-2009 – Patients who received a 12-week course of CCII capsules showed significantly improved joint function, with fewer and milder adverse effects than those taking methotrexate. Chicken collagen can provide relief from rheumatoid arthritis (RA) symptoms. A… Read More ›
Public release date: 30-Nov-2009 – “The most significant finding of this study is that physical exercise of the professional athletes leads to activation of the important enzyme telomerase and stabilizes the telomere,” Study highlights: Physical activity has an anti-aging effect… Read More ›