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2014-10-29 07:41:23

The consumption of dietary flavonols and flavanones - from tea and citrus juices - may help reduce a woman's risk of epithelial ovarian cancer.

2013-11-06 23:29:55

Planta Analytica LLC has developed robust isolation methods for manufacturing of high purity isolates from a class of plant antioxidants known as procyanidins.

Flavenoids In Celery Artichoke Kill Cancer
2013-08-16 14:37:26

A new study revealed that foods like celery and artichoke have two chemical components, apigenin and luteolin, known as flavonoids that are capable of killing off cancer cells.

Scientists Finally Understand How Black Dahlia Gets Its Color
2012-11-23 13:47:31

The molecular mechanisms for a spectrum of dahlias are well known, but it wasn't until now scientists understood the black-red coloring of the rarer version of the flower.

2012-05-21 12:34:51

On September 12, 2011, a Springfield, Virginia man arrived at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH) in the early stages of liver failure.

Berries May Help Keep Your Brain Sharp
2012-04-27 05:10:50

A new study reported in the medical journal Annals of Neurology found that eating blueberries and strawberries seems to help decrease cognitive decline in older adults.

2012-04-16 05:09:28

Next time you have a craving for the sweet stuff don't think twice, chocolate's amazing benefits will give you even more of a reason to indulge.

2012-04-05 09:24:10

Men who eat flavonoid-rich foods such as berries, tea, apples and red wine significantly reduce their risk of developing Parkinson's disease.

2012-03-06 22:53:21

Collaborative research by Mars, Incorporated and the University of California, Davis has provided important new insights into the distinct roles of flavanols and procyanidins in the human body.

2011-12-02 12:52:14

Swedish women who ate an antioxidant-rich diet had fewer strokes regardless of whether they had a previous history of cardiovascular disease.


Word of the Day
abactinal
  • Pertaining to the surface or end opposite to the mouth in a radiate animal.
The word 'abactinal' comes from a Greek root meaning 'ray' and a Latin prefix meaning 'away'.
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