Monthly Archives: November 2017
An active sulphurous compound found in garlic can be used to fight robust bacteria in patients w chronic infections, a new study indicates.
“The sugar industry did not disclose evidence of harm from animal studies that would have (1) strengthened the case that the CHD risk of sucrose is greater than starch and (2) caused sucrose to be scrutinized as a potential carcinogen.”
“Gut microbiota alter host histone acetylation and methylation in multiple tissues• Western diet suppresses microbiota-driven SCFA production and chromatin effects• SCFAs recapitulate microbiota-driven chromatin and transcriptional effects”
“Researchers have singled out a bacterial enzyme behind an imbalance in the gut microbiome linked to Crohn’s disease. The new study suggests that wiping out a significant portion of the bacteria in the gut microbiome, and then re-introducing a certain type of ‘good’ bacteria that lacks this enzyme, known as urease, may be an effective […]
“A new study by researchers at Loma Linda University Health has found that eating nuts on a regular basis strengthens brainwave frequencies associated with cognition, healing, learning, memory and other key brain functions.”
“The results from this study provide strong evidence of neuropathology in GWI patients from exposures to neurotoxic agents,” Gopinath says in a statement, adding that finding brain mechanisms to explain that pathology could lead to treatments.
Responses from the first 400 of a planned 1,000 servicemen and women to be polled has found that some of the symptoms, known collectively as Gulf War syndrome, also have affected 78% of their spouses and 25% of their children who were born before the 1991 operation, according to an aide to Sen. Donald W. […]
“Breastfeeding for at least two months cuts a baby’s risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome almost in half, a sweeping new international study has found.”
“Emerging research suggests gadolinium-based contrast agents, injected in a patient’s veins to brighten tissues in MRI images, accumulate in the brain.”
“Thirty faculty members of Washington State University’s (WSU) Agriculture, Human and Natural Resources College say administrators there are bending to the influence of industry in setting research and employment priorities”