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Metformin is proven anti-aging pill and not only for diabetes

Metformin is proven anti-aging pill and not only for diabetes

Since 2009 Metformin is being used outside of diabetes. Lately, many novel pathways, besides AMPK induction, have been revealed, which can explain some of metformins beneficial effects. It may help to identify new targets for treatment of diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Moreover, metformin is now attracting the attention of researchers in fields other than diabetes, as it has been shown to have anti-cancer, immunoregulatory and anti-aging effects.
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Fasting Can Help You Live Longer

Fasting Can Help You Live Longer

New studies point to the fact that time-restricted feeding, alternate-day fasting, intermittent fasting, and periodic prolonged fasting could boost longevity.

How? By improving a variety of markers such as visceral fat, insulin, glucose, cholesterol, inflammation and blood pressure:
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Olive and Sunflower oils are much better for your lung protection

Olive and Sunflower oils are much better for your lung protection

In the U.S., asthma prevalence (the percentage of people who have been diagnosed with asthma and still have asthma) was 8.4 percent in 2010, as reported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Caloric restriction reduces age-related disease and mortality in Monkeys

Caloric restriction reduces age-related disease and mortality in Monkeys

Caloric restriction without malnutrition increases longevity and delays age-associated disorders in different species. The value of caloric restriction as a tool to understand human aging relies on translatability of its effects in primates. Results from a 25-year study of diet and aging in monkeys at the University of Wisconsin-Madison show a significant improvement of age-related and all-cause survival in monkeys on a long-term ~30% restricted diet since young adulthood.
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Changes in environmental temperature and humidity may increase the risk of stroke

Changes in environmental temperature and humidity may increase the risk of stroke

Recent research results were presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2014.
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New Drug Approach Could Lead to Cures for Wide Range of Diseases

New Drug Approach Could Lead to Cures for Wide Range of Diseases

Researcher has demonstrated in mice what could be a revolutionary new technique to cure a wide range of human diseases from cystic fibrosis to cataracts to Alzheimer's disease that are caused by "misfolded" protein molecules.
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Magnesium Levels Vital to Brain Health as Population Ages

Magnesium Levels Vital to Brain Health as Population Ages

The human brain has a greater degree of plasticity than scientists previously believed, and new studies, specifically those made in nutritional research, show that magnesium deficiency in adults may play a more important role in CI, and more seriously, Alzheimer's Disease (AD), than previously thought.
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Blame the sun for your visible wrinkles: UV rays account for 80 per cent of skin aging

Blame the sun for your visible wrinkles: UV rays account for 80 per cent of skin aging

Exposure to sunlight is to blame for a majority of skin aging. Research show that the effect of UV rays on skin increases with age. The study also found that a two per cent increase in skin damage ages a face by three years.
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Scientists discover secret to longevity for world’s longest-living rodent

Scientists discover secret to longevity for world’s longest-living rodent

Researches believe that they have found that answer to the naked mole rat’s longevity: better-constructed proteins. According to a news release from the University of Rochester, researchers may have discovered the secret to longevity for the world’s longest-living rodent: the mole rat.
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Towards a Vaccine for the Common Cold

Towards a Vaccine for the Common Cold

The common cold is caused by various types of virus which includes coronavirus, echo virus, paramyxovirus, rhino virus and the adenovirus. The most common being the rhino virus which causes between a third and half of all colds. Unlike influenza, which can be cured with the flu vaccine, the common cold has given the scientific world a much tougher time in finding a cure.
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Resvaratrol Mimetics Show Potential as Effective Anti -agjng Drugs

Resvaratrol Mimetics Show Potential as Effective Anti -agjng Drugs

Resveratrol is a polyphenol compound found in the skins of grapes, red wine, peanuts and berries. It gained widespread attention in 2006 when a scientific study suggested that a compound found in small amounts in red wine shows some remarkable anti-aging attributes. It exhibits functions such as increasing cells' sensitivity to insulin, inhjbition of cancer cells and mitigating against the effects of obessity.
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Molecular 'Calcium Sponge' Created to Tackle Heart Failure

Molecular 'Calcium Sponge' Created to Tackle Heart Failure

Within heart cells, calcium plays a major role in orchestrating normal heart pump function. However, in diastolic failure the calcium signaling process is slowed; calcium levels rise to the peak needed for the squeezing action of the heart but don't then drop quickly enough for an efficient relaxation period
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Does curcumin influence lifespan?

Does curcumin influence lifespan?

A review published online in the journal BioFactors documents a benefit for curcumin, a compound that occurs in the spice turmeric, in extending the life of several species.
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SelincroTM (nalmefene): Changing the treatment of alcohol dependence

SelincroTM  (nalmefene): Changing the treatment of alcohol dependence

SelincroTM (nalmefene) is an orally administered opioid receptor ligand for the treatment of alcohol dependence. Unlike other treatments for this disease, SelincroTM is taken on an ‘as needed’ basis to reduce the desire to drink, thus offering patients a novel treatment option compared to traditional methods which are aimed at total abstinence and usually include intensive psychosocial therapy.
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Discovered ‘universal’ vaccine and therapies against flu

Discovered ‘universal’ vaccine and therapies against flu

Described Antibodies that Protect Against Large Variety of Flu Viruses.
A team led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute and Crucell Vaccine Institute in the Netherlands describes three human antibodies that provide broad protection against Influenza B virus strains. The same team had previously reported finding broadly neutralizing antibodies against Influenza A strains.
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First Vaccine For Potential Treatment Of Parkinson's

First Vaccine For Potential Treatment Of Parkinson's

AFFiRiS AG has started the first ever Phase I clinical trial for the development of a Parkinson's vaccine (PD01A) at the Confraternit?t Privatklinik Josefstadt in Vienna. This is the first time a vaccine has the potential to treat the cause of Parkinson's.
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Women who give up smoking extend lives by 10 years

Women who give up smoking extend lives by 10 years

The researchers found that women who smoked cigarettes throughout their adult years had three times a greater risk of dying compared with nonsmokers and women who quit well before middle age.
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Fullerene C60 administration doubles rat lifespan with no toxicity

Fullerene C60 administration doubles rat lifespan with no toxicity

Researchers at the University of Paris and colleagues fed the molecule fullerene (C60 or “buckyballs”) dissolved in olive oil to rats and found it almost doubles their lifespan, with no chronic toxicity.
The results suggest that the effect of C60, an antioxidant, on lifespan is mainly due to the attenuation of age-associated increases in oxidative stress, according to the researchers.
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Telomerase gene therapy slows ageing, improves health in mice

Telomerase gene therapy slows ageing, improves health in mice

Gene therapy allows older mice to live longer, healthier lives report researchers in a new study published in EMBO Molecular Medicine. Mice that received a single gene-therapy treatment to deliver telomerase to different cells in the body showed drastic improvements in health, fitness and longevity. Telomerase is an enzyme that helps to maintain the physical integrity of the ends of chromosomes.
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Prevent Obesity and Diabetes by Intermittent Fasting

Prevent Obesity and Diabetes by Intermittent Fasting

Eating at regular times during the day and overnight fasting may prove to be beneficial, but, we will have to wait for human studies to prove this. If following a time-restricted eating schedule can prevent weight gain by 10 to 20 percent, it will be a simple and effective lifestyle intervention to contain the obesity epidemic.
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Red Wine May Block Fat Cell Formation

Red Wine May Block Fat Cell Formation

Turns out, resveratrol keeps baby fat cells from maturing. A study that showed red wine could potentially inhibit the formation of fat cells. Piceatannol would bind to the receptors of immature fat cells during the first stage of adipogenesis, or fat cell formation, thus blocking the cell's ability to mature.
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Bexarotene quickly Reverses Alzheimer's Symptoms in Mice

Bexarotene quickly Reverses Alzheimer's Symptoms in Mice

Alzheimer's disease is one of the common diseases to be found in the Americans. This disease is actually the most common form of the dementia that gradually get worsen and eventually leads to death. Neuroscientists worked a lot to find the cure of this disease and at last the neuroscientists of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine became succeeded in finding the cure of this disease.
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Retard Tablets or Extended -release Tablets

Retard Tablets or Extended -release Tablets

Retard tablets or extended-release tablets are solid oral dosage forms that have been specifically formulated in such manner as to contain its active ingredient and release it over an extended period of time after administration. These kinds of dosage forms are also referred to as prolonged-action, repeat-action and sustained-release tablets.
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An active lifestyle can reduce death risks associated with cardiovascular disease regardless of body weight

An active lifestyle can reduce death risks associated with cardiovascular disease regardless of body weight

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) remains the leading cause of death in the adult population, particularly among men. This has largely been attributed to the fact that fitness or physical activity declines with age in both males and females, with an increase is age-related diseases as a consequence.
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The knockout of genes ASH-2, WDR-5, and SET-2 promotes an inheritable longevity in the worm C. elegans

The knockout of genes ASH-2, WDR-5, and SET-2 promotes an inheritable longevity in the worm C. elegans

A study found that a histone methylation, namely the trimethylation of H3 at lysine 4, can promote longevity, and that this trait can be inherited from parent to descendants for up to three generations.
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Women who have a big responsibility to take care of their families take less care of themselves in context of food

Women who have a big responsibility to take care of their families take less care of themselves in context of food

A recent study of middle-aged women has revealed that impulsive eaters and those too busy to focus on food are the most likely to show signs of obesity. The study published in Health Education & Behavior journal distributed 200 women into five groups...
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Found Key Enzyme Involved in Aging Process.

Found Key Enzyme Involved in Aging Process.

By consuming fewer calories, aging can be slowed down and the development of age-related diseases such as cancer and type 2 diabetes can be delayed. The earlier calorie intake is reduced, the greater the effect. Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have now identified one of the enzymes that hold the key to the aging process.
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A tetrapeptide from maize promotes longevity in C. elegans

A tetrapeptide from maize promotes longevity in C. elegans

A group of scientists studied the effects of a tetrapeptide from maize (TPM) on Caenorhabditis elegans. Their results showed that TPM helped extend the lifespan of the worms when they were exposed to stress. Specifically, it extended their lifespan by 27.6% under oxidative stress, and by 36.9% under heat stress.
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Fatty food responsible for weak immune system

Fatty food responsible for weak immune system

According to a thesis from the Sahlgrenska Academy the intake of fatty food can worsen the fighting capacity of the immune system. The trial was carried out on mice who were fed for a long duration of time a lard-based diet where 60 per cent of their total calories were derived from fat.
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Simvastatin proves to be helpful in parkinson's disease

Simvastatin proves to be helpful in parkinson's disease

Simvastatin commonly used to lower cholesterol level may prevent parkinson's disease from progressing further. The study was conducted on mice with parkinson's disease which showed that the drug successfully reverses the biochemical, cellular and...
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New evidence that exercise can have a neuroprotective effect in ageing subjects and prevent memory loss

New evidence that exercise can have a neuroprotective effect in ageing subjects and prevent memory loss

It’s known that ageing sensitizes (i.e. causes to become more reactive) microglia (a type of glial cells that reside on the central nervous system and are involved in immunological protection of the brain; though in abnormal situations, are known to contribute to the development of autoimmune disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases).
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ReDISCOVERED Mumijo (Mumio, Mumyo)

ReDISCOVERED Mumijo (Mumio, Mumyo)

Numerous experimental studies of 60-70's have analyzed to understand effect of mumijo on some blood biochemical parameters. It is may explain the positive effect of mumijo (Mumio, Mumyo) in various pathological conditions: fractures, radiation, intoxication. Spectrum of biological activity of mumijo, described in numerous bibliographical sources is very broad.
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DAILY EATING NUTS CAN PREVENT THE RISK OF DIABETES TYPE 2

DAILY EATING NUTS CAN PREVENT THE RISK OF DIABETES TYPE 2

Recent research has indicated that eating nuts daily can control diabetes type 2. Giving 3 different diet supplements for 3 groups of subject: muffins only for group 1, various kinds of nuts (almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, peanuts, cashews, and macadamias) for group 2,...
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A new era in cancer medication

A new era in cancer medication

Found a gene that assists in the spread of cancer within the body. By blocking this gene, the progression of cancer might be slowed and eventually stopped. Researchers have found a gene that assists in the spread of cancer within the body. By blocking the gene, they think, the progression of cancer might be slowed and eventually stopped...
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A weapon against Alzheimer’s

A weapon against Alzheimer’s

The molecular chaperone (a molecule that assists in protein folding), may help to reduce levels of a toxic substance that has been found in many individuals with Alzheimer’s. The toxic substance, amyloid beta peptide (Abeta), is used as a marker for Alzheimer’s and is usually taken from spinal fluid. Abeta is so toxic to brain cells that it usually leads to their damage and eventual death.
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Bim attacks blood vessels that feed Tumors

Bim attacks blood vessels that feed Tumors

The Walter and Eliza Hill Institute, Molecular Genetics of Cancer and Haematology found that Bim can kill the blood vessels that feed oxygen and nutrients to cancerous tumors in breast and lung cancers . By increasing levels of Bim in blood vessel cells, the blood vessels begin to die and cancerous tumors are no longer supplied by nutrient rich blood.
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Calorie Restriction slows down the aging process and makes you thinner and younger

Calorie Restriction slows down the aging process and makes you thinner and younger

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis are launching a long-term study to see if eating a low-calorie or a nutritionally balanced diet can extend human life span.
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Flavonoids in strawberries may have the power to fight diabetes and its associated complications

Flavonoids in strawberries may have the power to fight diabetes and its associated complications

Strawberries contain the flavonoid, fisetin, which recently was found to reduce the complications of diabetes and its associated complications in the Salk Institute Cellular Neurobiology lab. Through various studies, the lab showed a correlation with fisetin and improved memory in mice, and a correlation with protection of kidney and brain function.
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Cholesterol Common in Diabetes II Patients Found to Increase Heart Disease

Cholesterol Common in Diabetes II Patients Found to Increase Heart Disease

A newly discovered form of cholesterol called MGmin-low-density lipoprotein has just been observed to greatly increase the risk of heart disease. This observation was made by scientists from the University of Warwick who dubbed the newly discovered.
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Exercise improves IQ in young adults

Exercise improves IQ in young adults

According to the latest study carried out at the Sahlgrenska Academy and Sahlgrenska University Hospital had revealed that regular exercise by young adults improves their IQ.
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DIABETES. Notes

DIABETES. Notes

In Type I diabetes, your body is either unable to produce the hormone insulin or does not produce enough. If your mother or father has this form of diabetes, you are 15 times more likely to develop it. If you have Type II diabetes, your body doesn't make enough insulin, or doesn't react properly to it.
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BREAST CANCER. Notes

BREAST CANCER. Notes

Only five to 10 per cent of breast cancers are inherited. However, be extra vigilant if a close female relative (mother, sister or daughter) was diagnosed under the age of 50.
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OSTEOPOROSIS. Notes

OSTEOPOROSIS. Notes

Bone health depends both on our genes and how we look after our bones. People of European and Asian origin are at greater risk of the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis.
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Drinking too much and taking recreational drugs can all trigger depression

Drinking too much and taking recreational drugs can all trigger depression

If one parent has severe depression, a person is around eight times more likely to suffer too. Genes may also determine how resistant you are to events that could trigger depression.
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Migraine Stroke Risk

Migraine Stroke Risk

Young women who suffer from migraines are nearly ten times as likely to have a stroke than those who don't, a new study has revealed. The risk is greatly increased in women who also smoke, use oral con-traceptives or have high blood pressure.
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More studies demonstrate the anti-obesity and anti-diabetic effects of 20-hydroxyecdysone

More studies demonstrate the anti-obesity and anti-diabetic effects of 20-hydroxyecdysone

Most recent studies in Rutgers University (USA) once more shows strong influence of 20-hydroxyecdysone (20HE) on the fat burning process. Daily oral administration of 20HE....
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Protection Against Radiation - Iodine-containing tablets and water

Protection Against Radiation - Iodine-containing tablets and water

Japanese government urgent distribute potassium iodide within 12 miles of the nuclear plant. In the year 2011, Japan was hit by a disastrous and devastating tsunami which results into a massive explosion in a nuclear reactor at Fukushima. The safety guard officials admitted that the Japanese government lately realized that it was a urgent need to distribute potassium iodide pills

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Higher Intake of Vitamin D reduces risk of cancer

Higher Intake of Vitamin D reduces risk of cancer

According to the latest development, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha have proposed that higher intake of Vitamin D is required to reduce the risk of breast cancer and other major diseases.
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Study Shows E Vitamin Effective Against Alzheimer’s

Study Shows E Vitamin Effective Against Alzheimer’s

A recent Swedish study has found that vitamin E may be an effective deterrent against Alzheimer’s. The study, which was published in July of 2010, found that individuals of advanced age who had high levels of vitamin E components in their blood had a reduced risk of the disease.
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H1N1 Vaccine: Study Confirms Vaccines Effectiveness

H1N1 Vaccine: Study Confirms Vaccines Effectiveness

Studies conducted in seven European countries confirm the effectiveness of the 2009 – 2010 dose of the H1N1 vaccine.
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Age related diseases can be treated using drugs (such as Metformin or Rapamycin)

Age related diseases can be treated using drugs (such as Metformin or Rapamycin)

Researchers compared the knockout mice with the normal ones at age 600 days. The female knockout mice were leaner, had stronger bones and did not show the usual age-related decline in insulin sensitivity and were therefore protected from type 2 diabetes.
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According Modern Multicriteria Analysis, Alcohol 'Most Harmful Drug'

According Modern Multicriteria Analysis, Alcohol 'Most Harmful Drug'

A new study of drug experts of Imperial College London places alcohol as the most harmful drug, above heroin and crack, based on harm caused to both the user and others.
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New technology of human body freezing

New technology of  human body freezing

The technique helps to reduce the damage done to the brain and other organs while the patient's heart is not beating.
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Consumption of Berries May trigger off the Brain's Natural Housekeeper for hale and hearty senescing

Consumption of Berries May trigger off the Brain's Natural Housekeeper for hale and hearty senescing

Blueberries, strawberries, acai berries and probably walnuts also triggered the brain's innate "housekeeper" system, which cleanses and reuses toxic proteins connected to age-related memorial loss and other cerebral decline
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Dimebon Update - New Hope For Alzheimer's Patients

Dimebon Update - New Hope For Alzheimer's Patients

New study of Combination Therapy With Dimebon and Donepezil (Aricept) in Patients With Alzheimer's Disease and all old investigation could be enough to support Dimebon’s approval for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease.
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Metformin can Prevent Lung Cancer

Metformin can Prevent Lung Cancer

Latest researches of USA National Cancer Institute show, that Metformin , which is a mainstay of treatment for patients with type 2 diabetes may inhibit tumor growth as well and use for lung cancer prevention. This diabetes drug was able to prevent tobacco-carcinogen induced lung tumors.
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Nicotinamide helps to Treat Fungal Infections

Nicotinamide helps to Treat Fungal Infections

Researchers found that genetic or pharmacological inhibition of Hst3 with nicotinamide, a form of vitamin B3, strongly reduced C. albicans virulence in a mouse model. Both normal and drug-resistant strains of C. albicans were susceptible to nicotinamide.
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As We Grow Older Hair Bleaches Itself

As We Grow Older Hair Bleaches Itself

Why we turn gray ? A team of European scientists have finally solved a mystery that has perplexed humans throughout the ages. Despite the notion that gray hair is a sign of wisdom, these researchers show that wisdom has nothing to do with it.
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Immunostimulator ISOPRINOSINE

Immunostimulator ISOPRINOSINE

Imunovir, also known as Isoprinosine has been recommended as an adjuvant treatment for cancer, age-associated immune impairments and AIDS. Imunovir is an immunostimulator, which besides its immunomodulatory effect also has antiviral properties.
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Dimebon is a new revolutionary anti-Alzheimer's drug with unique mechanism of action.

Dimebon is a new revolutionary anti-Alzheimer's drug with unique mechanism of action.

Dimebolin hydrochloride (brand name Dimebon) is an antihistamine drug which has been used clinically in Russia since 1983.
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Super gene discovered to fight against aging

Super gene discovered to fight against aging

In the recent developments to find anti aging pill, scientists have announced that they have achieve a break through toward this direction by discovering three super genes that are related to increased longevity and...
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Calorie and glucose restricted diet can extend normal cell lifespan

Calorie and glucose restricted diet can extend normal cell lifespan

Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham discover, that restricted calorie diets (especially in the form of restricted glucose) help human cells live longer. That could prevent cancer and slow human aging.
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Scientists hope to discover the Mechanism of action of Ultraviolet light to chronic autoimmune skin disease

Scientists hope to discover the Mechanism of action of Ultraviolet light to chronic autoimmune skin disease

Sunshine and ultraviolet light commonly used for treatment for psoriasis and shows good results. But still difficult to explain this light’s therapeutic effects.
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CureVac launches Phase IIa mRNA vaccine trial in prostate cancer

CureVac launches Phase IIa mRNA vaccine trial in prostate cancer

This will be the first evaluation of CureVac's RNActive® vaccine technology in humans. CureVac GmbH, the mRNA vaccine company, recently announced that the German authorities have approved the start of a Phase IIa trial in prostate cancer after assessment of the first safety data of lead candidate CV9103, an RNActive-derived mRNA vaccine.
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Scientists Remove Amyloid Plaques From Brains Of Live Animals With Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists Remove Amyloid Plaques From Brains Of Live Animals With Alzheimer's Disease

ScienceDaily (Oct. 16, 2009) – Scientists from the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL, through their continuous research and investigations have made path-breaking discovery that could eradicate amyloid plaques from the brain resulting in innovative treatment for Alzheimer's Disease.
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Aging heart can be prevented, say scientists

Aging heart can be prevented, say scientists

The Scientists in Japan claim that they have succeeded in discovering the possibility to delay or prevent heart failures in humans. In a leading journal Circulation, the renowned researcher and assistant professor of medicine in Kyoto, Mr. Tetsuo Shioi, and his team published a paper that describes the strain that was involved in suppressing P13K gene variety in a group of old mice.
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Erbitux Helps Colon Cancer Patients Survive –Findings from one study

Erbitux Helps Colon Cancer Patients Survive –Findings from one study

Colon cancer patients who have a certain genetic profile can now survive with the help of the drug Erbitux. The information was released on Wednesday after a final revision from a global trial...
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Swine Flu Vaccine. First results of clinical trials

Swine Flu Vaccine. First results of clinical trials

The fresh results from clinical trials 2009 H1N1 Influenza Vaccines In Healthy Adults indicate that this vaccines are well tolerated and induce a strong immune response. The trials are an important part of the ongoing worldwide...
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Salinomycin can kill 100 times more cancer cells than a standard chemotherapy drug

Salinomycin  can kill 100 times more cancer cells than a standard chemotherapy drug

Scientists have discovered that salinomycin can kill the breast cancer cells without harming other cells in the body. One compound, salinomycin, reduces the proportion of CSCs by >100-fold relative to paclitaxel, a commonly used breast cancer chemotherapeutic drug.
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Vitamins A, C, E, selenium, alpha lipoic acid and coenzyme Q10 all help to protect the already damaged liver while promoting the regeneration of healthy liver cells

Vitamins A, C, E, selenium, alpha lipoic acid and coenzyme Q10 all help to protect the already damaged liver while promoting the regeneration of healthy liver cells

Not only alcohol but and too fatty food may do your liver sick. Usually, a fatty liver was associated with excessive drinking of alcohol, but now in the USA almost a quarter of the population has Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. It is called NAFLD. It means, an accumulation of fat in the liver, taking over more than 10% of the organ, in people who do not abuse alcohol.
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Fully discovered the molecular mechanisms by which the human body metabolizes selenium

Fully discovered the molecular mechanisms by which the human body metabolizes selenium

Selenium plays an essential role in helping enzymes defend against disease; and suggest US researchers findings will have wide implications for human health, including areas like the immune response, neurodegeneration, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.
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Pneumonic plague killed three people in China

Pneumonic plague killed three people in China

According to the W.H.O., china regularly reported small, outbreaks of Pneumonic (Bubonic) plague but now possible unexpected scenario. The mortality rate could be reduced to about 15 percent through treatment with common antibiotics like Doxycycline, Ciprofloxacin and Gentamicin.
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Lifespan can be extended by a drug therapy up to 38% in a future

Lifespan can be extended by a drug therapy up to 38% in a future

Data of scientific researches show that treated old mice with rapamycin it extended their expected lifespan by up to 38%.
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Americans are gaining weight (around 9 kg for the past three decades)

Americans are gaining weight (around 9 kg for the past three decades)

Weight gain in the American population seems to be virtually all due to the consumption of more calories, with declines in physical activity playing only a minor role
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Fasting helps get chemotherapy with fewer losses

Fasting helps get chemotherapy with fewer losses

According to animal experiments, a short fasting cure can protect healthy cells against the destructive consequences of chemotherapy. Experiments with mice showed that during the treatment those animals which had not received any food for two days thrived,...
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Resurrection is possible

Resurrection is possible

Production of healthy cloned mice from bodies frozen at minus 20°C for 16 years. The Japanese research was undertaken at Kobe's Centre for Developmental Biology and is reported in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
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SHAPE SHIFT RULES OF CANCER SPREAD

SHAPE SHIFT RULES OF CANCER SPREAD

UK scientists have done a valuable research about the changing of shape by the cancer cells and reported that the cancerous melanoma cells have the ability to change their shape alternatively between round and stretchy elongation based on the environment.
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When little things mean a lot ( -- of trouble!). Case with doxycycline.

When little things mean a lot ( -- of trouble!). Case with doxycycline.

When taking medicine orally in tablet or capsule form, unless instructed otherwise you should always wash down the medicine with plenty of water! Also, last thing at night may often be not the best time to take pills -- especially not while lying down.
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Bromocriptine may be beneficial in the treatment of early Parkinson's disease

Bromocriptine may be beneficial in the treatment of early Parkinson's disease

Bromocriptine helps in delaying motor complications and dyskinesias with comparable effects on impairment and disability in those patients that tolerate the drug.
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Treat Heart Risk Factors and Avoid Dementia

Treat Heart Risk Factors and Avoid Dementia

According to researches conducted recently, there is chance to develop dementia in people who have high cholesterol level in the middle age.
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Quetiapine Makes Alzheimer's Patients’ Condition Worse

Quetiapine Makes Alzheimer's Patients’ Condition Worse

A study which was conducted in the past showed that the cognitive decline in patients with dementia can be accelerated by the intake of quetiapine. Extreme emotional disturbance is common in patients with Alzheimer's disease.
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Moderate Alcohol Intake Can Improve Health and Reduce Dementia Risk

Moderate Alcohol Intake Can Improve Health and Reduce Dementia Risk

Past researches proved that women who use one or more alcoholic drinks a day have good cognitive skills when compared to non-alcoholic women.
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Venlafaxine Reduces Postmenopausal Hot Flashes

Venlafaxine Reduces Postmenopausal Hot Flashes

A study was conducted recently on the benefits of the usage of venlafaxine. The researchers found that the usage of venlafaxine can help women to reduce the intensity of the hot flashes which occur during the postmenopausal period.
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Loop Diuretics Affect Bone Health in Older Men

Loop Diuretics Affect Bone Health in Older Men

If you are frequent reader of news on health and age, you may have noticed that most of the osteoporosis news focuses on the bone loss in women. But the fact is that older men also faces the problem of born lose which make them in at greater risk for fractures.
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A study on the origin of Alzheimer brain plaques

A study on the origin of Alzheimer brain plaques

A recent study was conducted by the U.S researchers on the origin of Alzheimer brain plaques. The research helps them to find the normal intake and communication processes of a nerve cell which is necessary for the development of Alzheimer's brain plaques.
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A study on Alzheimer’s risk in men with mid-life diabetes

A study on Alzheimer’s risk in men with mid-life diabetes

Based on the results of a long term study that was published on last Wednesday, there is an increased chance for Alzheimer's disease in persons who are affected with diabetes in the middle age. The researchers involved 2,269 men of age group 50 from Sweden and tested their insulin level. During the follow-up period of around 32 years,
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Consumer Report on the connection between Gum Disease and Diabetes, Heart Disease, & Pneumonia

Consumer Report on the connection between Gum Disease and Diabetes, Heart Disease, & Pneumonia

There is lot of positive factors in proper dental care, in addition to avoid cavities. This report was published on the May issue of the Consumer Reports. Nowadays it is more important to prevent gum disease because recent researches proved that gum disease has a significant link with diabetes, heart disease, stroke and pneumonia. If you are suffering from periodontitis (gum disease)
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Omega-3 fatty acids slow prostate cancer growth

Omega-3 fatty acids slow prostate cancer growth

Increasing omega-3 fatty acids while reducing omega-6 fatty acids in the diet could slow the progression of prostate cancer. Healthy sources of omega-3 fatty acids include coldwater fish, flax seeds, pumpkin seed oil and seeds and cod liver oil.
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Tamoxifen is most commonly associated with chemotherapy of breast cancer but has been used recently to treat other cancers including brain tumors

Tamoxifen is most commonly associated with chemotherapy of breast cancer but has been used recently to treat other cancers including brain tumors

The mechanism of its action is complex involving several sites in and on cells. Current opinion suggests that its key role in malignant glioma is to inhibit a cell signaling enzyme called protein kinase C.
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30% PRICE REDUCTION

30% PRICE REDUCTION

Dear valued customers,
We are glad to inform you that we have just introduced seasonal discount fair for our life-extending medications. Our prices have been reduced dramatically - by 30%, but for a limited period, till the end of March 2009.
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Avemar could support conventional chemotherapy of human malignancies

Avemar could support conventional chemotherapy of human malignancies

Avemar (MSC) is a nontoxic fermented wheat germ extract demonstrated to significantly improve the survival rate in patients suffering from various malignancies.
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Tamiflu saved Egyptian boy from bird flu

Tamiflu saved Egyptian boy from bird flu

Five-year old Egyptian boy, has recovered from bird flu and was allowed to go home. The treatment with frontline antiviral Tamiflu saved the boy. The child was the 22nd case to test positive for the H5N1 virus in Egypt, which has the largest cluster of bird flu outside Asian ...
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Antibiotic Overuse Does Make Microbes Resistant

Antibiotic Overuse Does Make Microbes Resistant

The study showed that "antibiotics will have a tremendous effect on normal flora which will exist for at least six months," Goossens said. It also showed that different antibiotics in the same family can have strikingly different effects on these bugs.
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Campral helps to quit consuming alcohol and increase motivation

Campral helps to quit consuming alcohol and increase motivation

A complex study of alcoholism treatment medications and counseling has found that most standalone and combined therapies were effective in promoting short-term abstinence.
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Zofran changes your feelings toward chemotherapy

It’s no wonder people have mixed feelings about chemotherapy. Chemotherapy drugs often offer the best chance for overcoming many different types of cancer. But those same drugs can have terribly unpleasant side effects for the person taking them.
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World AIDS day. HIV Patients Advised Not to Take Breaks From Antiviral Drugs

World AIDS day. HIV Patients Advised Not to Take Breaks From Antiviral Drugs

HIV patients should not take breaks from their antiviral drugs or they may increase their risk of death, according to results from a large study of nearly 5,500 people published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
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Ketoconazole (Nizoral®) can help your pet

Ketoconazole (Nizoral®) can help your pet

Ketoconazole is an antifungal medication used for the treatment of serious, deep fungal infections, such as blastomycosis, histoplasmosis, aspergillosis, and cryptococcosis. It may also be used against some yeast and dermatophyte (ringworm) infections.
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Gatifloxacin and Abnormal Blood Glucose Levels.

Gatifloxacin and Abnormal Blood Glucose Levels.

Fluoroquinolone antibiotics as a class have the potential to cause various adverse effects. Limited evidence, including animal data, case reports, and one small postmarketing trial, suggests that gatifloxacin (Tequin) can cause hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, although the proposed mechanism of action is not well understood.
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Vietnam's Health Ministry fighting possible bird flu outbreaks and buying 1 million tamiflu at the end of the year 2006

Vietnam's Health Ministry fighting possible bird flu outbreaks and buying 1 million tamiflu at the end of the year 2006

Vietnam's Health Ministry announced it had purchased around 1 million Tamiflu tablets, the best known treatment for bird flu, along with other essential equipment including respirators, disinfection chemical, and gloves and masks.
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Azilect (Rasagiline): A second-generation monoamine oxidase type-B inhibitor for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.

Azilect (Rasagiline): A second-generation monoamine oxidase type-B inhibitor for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.

Azilect (Rasagiline) is a novel, investigational propargylamine that irreversibly and selectively inhibits monoamine oxidase type B (MAO-B). Rasagiline demonstrates complete and selective inhibition of MAO-B and is at least five times more potent than selegiline.
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Aricept (donepezil) slows the rate of brain shrinkage in some people with mild cognitive impairment, a pre-Alzheimer's disease condition

Aricept (donepezil) slows the rate of brain shrinkage in some people with mild cognitive impairment, a pre-Alzheimer's disease condition

However, this benefit was seen only in patients carrying a copy of the apolipoprotein (APOE 4) gene, which increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease. Experts estimate that about 25 percent of the population carries the APOE 4 gene.
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A diet rich in oily fish may protect men with prostate cancer from developing a more aggressive form of the disease

A diet rich in oily fish may protect men with prostate cancer from developing a more aggressive form of the disease

Prostate cancer is much more likely to be life-threatening if tumour cells migrate and invade other tissues, such as the bone marrow.
Lab tests found omega-3 oil - present in fish like salmon - prevented this.
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Ovarian cancer for women who drink more than two drinks per week can be reduced by 50 percent if they increase their folic acid consumption

Ovarian cancer for women who drink more than two drinks per week can be reduced by 50 percent if they increase their folic acid consumption

There is a growing body of epidemiological and experimental evidence suggesting a causal role for inadequate dietary consumption of folic acid in the carcinogenesis of breast and colorectal cancers.
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Bird flu vaccine trials planned

Bird flu vaccine trials planned

British volunteers may be the first to test a new vaccine against the bird flu, it was announced yesterday.
British vaccine developers PowderMed have applied for permission to conduct the trial.
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Human-to-human transmission of bird flu might have occurred in an Indonesian family

Human-to-human transmission of bird flu might have occurred in an Indonesian family

Human-to-human transmission of bird flu might have occurred in an Indonesian family and health experts are tracing anyone who might have had contact with them, the World Health Organisation said.
Financial markets, however, were spooked on fears the Indonesia cluster could be the start of a pandemic. Currencies in Asia, where most bird flu cases have occurred, fell. U.S. commodity prices came under pressure while European markets slipped as investors turned jittery.
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US to look for early signs of cancer drug effects

US to look for early signs of cancer drug effects

Scientists will search for better and earlier signs that a patient is likely to respond to a cancer-fighting drug, or suffer toxic side effects, under a U.S. program announced on Tuesday.
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If H5N1 does go human, how fast will the pandemic spread?

If H5N1 does go human, how fast will the pandemic spread?

There is a small but realistic chance of snuffing out a newly humanised strain of avian flu before it even starts a pandemic.
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Spanish flu deadly 1918 virus reconstructed

Spanish flu deadly 1918 virus reconstructed

Spanish flu deadly 1918 virus reconstructed
The deadly 1918 virus behind the Spanish flu has been reconstructed in an effort to predict future pandemics and develop new vaccines and treatments.
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90% of US men over 60 now overweight

90% of US men over 60 now overweight

Nine out of 10 US men aged over 60 years are now overweight, according to the first study to assess the long-term risk of piling on the pounds. The study ran from 1971 to 2001 and involved people aged between 30 and 59 at the beginning.
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Folic acid protects against cognitive decline in adults

Folic acid protects against cognitive decline in adults

Tucker and her colleagues found that men who obtained more folate in their diets showed significantly less of a decline in verbal fluency skills over the course of three years than did men with lower dietary folate intake.
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Grape anti-cancer effect. Discovered enzyme crucial to the proliferation of cancer cells

Grape anti-cancer effect. Discovered enzyme crucial to the proliferation of cancer cells

The research is reported in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Components in grapes have been found to work in concert to inhibit an enzyme crucial to the proliferation of cancer cells. The effects of the components, including some newly identified
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Milgamma (Benfotiamine) blocks three major pathways of hyperglycemic damage and prevents experimental diabetic retinopathy

Milgamma (Benfotiamine) blocks three major pathways of hyperglycemic damage and prevents experimental diabetic retinopathy

Three of the major biochemical pathways implicated in the pathogenesis of hyperglycemia induced vascular damage (the hexosamine pathway, the advanced glycation end product (AGE) formation pathway and the diacylglycerol
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Shugr - first truly natural, zero-calorie, diabetic-safe sweetener

Shugr - first truly natural, zero-calorie, diabetic-safe sweetener

Shugr is a remarkable new sugar substitute that tastes and cooks like sugar, is tooth friendly and also contains pre-biotic fiber, which assists in healthful digestion. Due to overwhelming demand since its introduction
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Mutation may partly EXPLAIN alcohol tolerance

Mutation may partly EXPLAIN alcohol tolerance

A genetic mutation has been identified that affects alcohol tolerance in animals and may partly EXPLAIN why some people get drunk off a beer while others need a six pack. Besides helping to EXPLAIN such differences, the finding could lead to better
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People with rheumatoid arthritis have a life expectancy a decade less than those without the disease

A new study confirms the strong link between rheumatoid arthritis and life-endangering congestive heart failure. The 165 Minnesota residents in the study with rheumatoid arthritis were twice as likely to develop heart failure over a 15-year period than 116 residents of similar age and gender who did not have the autoimmune disease. The findings by Mayo Clinic researchers appear in the February issue of Arthritis and Rheumatism.
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Enzyme Discovery Could Lead to Life-Extending Drugs

US researchers have discovered a way of increasing the activity of
potent anti-aging enzymes called sirtuins. David Sinclair of Harvard
Medical School and colleagues found several biologically active
compounds that can more than double sirtuin activity. One of these
compounds was resveratrol, the antioxidant that is largely.
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Traveller's diarrhea

Traveller's diarrhoea, which is usually caused by a bacterial infection FROM eating contaminated food, may not necessarily have to avoid mouth-watering cuisines.The University of Texas researchers compared two groups of 105 college students visiting Guadalajara, Mexico. The subjects in each GROUP were receiving antibiotic treatment for diarrhoea. One GROUP was told to stick to the bland diet, and the other was given no restriction on what to eat, although both groups were advised to drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration. Surprisingly, the results showed no real benefit to the
diet restriction group.
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Drinking coffee reduces the risk of diabetes

According to a study regular coffee drinkers are cutting their risk of developing adult-onset diabetes.
In a long-term study involving 16,000 Finns, researchers reported that just a few cups a day of the popular brew translated INTO a
significant risk reduction for diabetes, while hard-core coffee drinkers dramatically reduced their chances of getting the lifestyle-related disease.
Finns have the highest per capita consumption of coffee in the world.According to the World Resources Institute it was 11.3 kg per person in 2000.
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Red wine is more heart-healthy than gin

The Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia suggests that red wine is more heart-healthy than gin.
They compared the effects of drinking either red wine or gin on several biochemical markers in the blood.The result was that red is more effective in lowering levels in the bloodstream of so-called "anti-inflammatory" substances that cause development of heart disease and stroke.
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How to get antioxidants

Nutrition researchers continue to discover how antioxidants protect our health. These substances stop, and sometimes even repair, damage to cells that can occur FROM highly reactive molecules. Called free radicals, these molecules are generated naturally by many life
processes (like breathing) and daily exposures (like sunlight). By preventing this damage, scientists say antioxidants can help prevent
cancer, heart disease and other health problems, such as age-related eye diseases, for example, macular degeneration.
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Wrinkled fingers

A new study has revealed that examining a persons fingers after
soaking them could be an effective method of checking the condition
of a person's nerves.
According to The Straits Times, scientists at the National University
of Singapore and the National University Hospital have found that the
more wrinkled the fingers get, the healthier the nerves are.
They are now trying to use this information to create a simple, cheap
and faster screening method.
The test is based on the fact that water seeps in easily through the
pores in the hand, diluting the body's own liquids and changing the
electrolyte values.
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Beware Adolscent Girls

A new study conducted by researchers FROM the University of Hawaii suggests that girls who consumed more dairy products weighed less than their peers who ate the same number of calories or soft drinks.
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Probiotics for the Aging

Researchers in Italy have reported that supplementation of probiotics in the diet are beneficial for elderly individuals, as reported in July 2004 issue of the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology. Research has indicated that intestinal microflora tends to remain fairly constant over the lifespan, except in the aging, whose have been shown to have lower counts of these beneficial enzymes.
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New anti-cancer drug

FDA soon to approve new anti-cancer drug Alimta. Of all cancers, lung cancer is a number one killer. The FDA advisory committee on oncology voted unanimously to endorse the approval of Alimta to treat nonsmall-cell lung cancer after prior chemotherapy. Lilly expects the FDA to reach a final decision by year's end. The FDA advisory committee based its decision on a large Phase III clinical trial on patients with nonsmall-cell lung cancer. The trial showed that Alimta's effectiveness rivaled that of a competing drug.
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Painkiller creams used to treat osteoarthritis pain appear to offer only short-term relief

Summarizing the results of 13 previous studies, Weiya Zhang and colleagues, in a report in the July 31 issue of the "British Medical Journal", note that after using the drugs for two weeks there was no evidence of continued efficacy. Summarizing the results of 13 previous studies, Weiya Zhang and colleagues, in a report in the July 31 issue of the "British Medical Journal", note that after using the drugs for two weeks there was no evidence of continued efficacy.
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Caffeine may make diabetes worse

Caffeine may interfere with the way the body deals with blood sugars, worsening Type 2 diabetes, US scientists suggest. Researchers FROM Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina found a strong link between caffeine intake at mealtimes and higher blood glucose and insulin levels. Writing in the August issue of "Diabetes Care", they suggest that people with diabetes should cut down on the amount of coffee they drink.
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Calorie restriction and fasting helps to prevent cancer and tumours

Researchers at University Of Alabama at Birmingham have shown that calorie restricted diets specifically restriction in glucose can help human beings by increasing the life of cells. The finding is published online in FASEB journal which can lead to restriction of aging and prevention of cancer. Such type of calorie restriction can also lead to control of age related diseases. To carry out this study, researchers used human lung cells and precancerous human lung cells that were at the beginning of cancer development. The cells were grown under laboratory environment and were given normal or reduced level glucose.
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Degeneration in aging worms – A research

In the latest research on the soil nematode (roundworms which are most distinct phylum of pseudocoelomates ) C. Elegans , researchers at Wageningen University have found a new vision in the direction of their growth. With the increase in their age it has been found that genes become more chaotic and they also show declination in gene regulation. As the deteriorating process in humans and worms is same, the result of this study provides new intimation to the researchers for medication of geriatric diseases.
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Why we take anti aging supplements?

Why we take anti aging supplements?

Many people decide to use anti ageing drugs or life extension supplements later on in life - perhaps as they approach their forties and fifties. While many of these products and supplements do offer life-changing and anti-ageing benefits,...
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THE NEW MEMORY CURES. Beyond ginkgo mania

THE NEW MEMORY CURES. Beyond ginkgo mania

Forgetfulness is the epidemic of XXI century. Are memory-enhancing drugs the answer?
Shortly before she turned 50, Suzanne Gaynor, Dr.P.H., noticed that her memory was slipping. It seemed she was constantly hunting for her eyeglasses.
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Generic Drugs versus Brand-Name, is there a difference?

Generic Drugs versus Brand-Name, is there a difference?

Many drugs have a generic form, and usually this generic is less expensive than the brand-named drug form. Questions arise as to the authenticity of generics, if they provide the same benefit as brand-name drugs, and if different and/or more side effects are caused when solely using generics.
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Nasal Drops and Sprays. Comparative review

Nasal Drops and Sprays. Comparative review

Nasal Drops and Sprays are liquid dosage forms available as solutions or suspensions. They are used to produce a local effect on the nasal lining and on rare occasions, for systemic effects (intranasal sprays) such as for the treatment of migraine and nicotine cravings. Usually, nasal preparations are used for local decongestion.
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New approach to boost immune response using barely visible Micron Sized Needles

New approach to boost immune response using barely visible Micron Sized Needles

Immunization can be made more efficient and convenient through the use of specially designed needles with size ranging between tens and hundreds of microns in length. These needles are designed to pierce the skin without causing pain or bleeding in the patient unlike conventional hypodermic needles which pierce deeper into the skin.
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Improve Your Memory and Sleep With Melatonin

Improve Your Memory and Sleep With Melatonin

Melatonin, a natural chemical compound that is circulated throughout the body of different organisms, plays a vital role in regulating the circadian rhythm or the sleep-wake cycle, particularly in humans. Melatonin is secreted by the pineal gland which is a gland just the size of the pea located at the center of the brain...
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What do you need to know about Isoprinosine?

What do you need to know about Isoprinosine?

It is unique immunomodulator with antiviral activity.

Isoprinosine has a dual antiviral effect: blocks the multiplication of viruses and stops of HPV.
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