Latest Flavonoids Stories

Milk Thistle Stops Lung Cancer In Mice
2011-11-16 04:32:58

Tissue with wound-like conditions allows tumors to grow and spread. In mouse lung cancer cells, treatment with silibinin, a major component of milk thistle, removed the molecular billboards that signal these wound-like conditions and so stopped the spread of these lung cancers.

Which Is Better? Juice Or Extract
2011-10-28 10:43:20

Study shows cranberry juice is better than extract at fighting bacterial infections.

2011-07-01 06:55:23

We have all heard that an apple a day keeps the doctor away but what about a strawberry?

2011-06-29 08:14:48

Salk scientists say: It's not an apple a day after all -- it's strawberries.

2011-02-14 15:33:22

New research shows a link between use of two pesticides, rotenone and paraquat, and Parkinson's disease.

2011-02-14 15:07:19

New research shows men and women who regularly eat berries may have a lower risk of developing Parkinson's disease, while men may also further lower their risk by regularly eating apples, oranges and other sources rich in dietary components called flavonoids.

2011-02-09 11:06:00

When choosing Valentine's sweets, consider heart healthy chocolates CHICAGO, Feb. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A chocolate bar a day keeps the doctor away? Not exactly, but experts do agree that chocolate in moderation can provide certain health benefits for the heart.

2011-01-15 10:45:33

Eating blueberries can guard against high blood pressure, according to new research by the University of East Anglia and Harvard University.

2010-10-19 07:37:16

Beyond Quercetin: Supercharged DHQ Now Available at Swanson Health Products Swanson Health Products introduces a supplement that is beyond quercetin. Dr.

2010-09-13 13:33:00

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- USANA Health Sciences (Nasdaq: USNA), a leader in nutritional supplement manufacturing, today announced that it will be one of the first companies in the industry to utilize Nutritional Hybrid Technology.

Word of the Day
  • Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.
The word 'marcescent' comes from a Latin word meaning 'to wither'.