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2009-01-15 09:29:37

Research shows preterm infant girls who received a high intake of dietary docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), an omega-3 fatty acid, had improvements in their neurodevelopment.

2009-01-13 23:59:15

Intake of certain fatty acid appears to improve neurodevelopment for preterm girls, but not boys, researchers in Australia said.

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2008-05-27 12:29:51

A new study by Newcastle University proves that organic farmers who let their cows graze as nature intended are producing better quality milk.

2006-05-23 12:35:00

A study presented here at Digestive Disease Week 2006 shows that conjugated linoleic acid supplements induce a change in body fat distribution, with the greatest fat reductions occurring in the abdomen and legs. Meanwhile, body weight and body mass index are essentially unaffected.

2005-11-23 13:40:00

People who have high levels of high-fat dairy foods and conjugated linoleic acid, a component of dairy foods, in their diet may have a reduced risk of colorectal cancer, according to a report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

2005-10-18 23:17:56

One of the isomers of conjugated linoleic acid, a group of fatty acids found in milk, is a natural regulator of the COX-2 protein, which plays a significant role in inflammatory disease such as arthritis and cancer, according to a study published by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers.

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2004-12-14 08:47:30

Chronic stress may increase the risk of skin cancer in those at high risk for the disease, according to a study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.

2004-11-27 03:00:12

ABSTRACT We demonstrated previously that dietary calcium suppression of calcitriol reduces adipocyte Ca^sup 2+^, suppresses lipogenesis, and increases lipid utilization during energy restriction. Notably, dairy calcium sources exert markedly greater effects.


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  • A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.
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