Latest Genistein Stories
Researchers at North Carolina State University are looking to soy as a way to make traditional canine cancer therapy more effective, less stressful for the dog and less costly for the owners.
When a Women's Health Initiative study revealed that estrogen therapy increased the risk of breast cancer, stroke and Alzheimer's disease, many women stopped taking their hormones and started looking for alternative treatments for bone loss.
Bone loss commonly occurs as we age, especially for women. Until recently, women were routinely prescribed estrogen after menopause to prevent bone loss and fractures.
By Drs. Kay Judge; Maxine Barish-Wreden McClatchy Newspapers Bone loss commonly occurs as we age, especially for women. Until recently, women were routinely prescribed estrogen after menopause to prevent bone loss and fractures.
Evidence is growing from animal and human studies that genistein, a potent chemical found in soy, protects against development of breast cancer - but only if consumed during puberty.
By Adhami, Vaqar M Syed, Deeba N; Khan, Naghma; Afaq, Farrukh ABSTRACT While solar light is indispensable for sustenance of life, excessive exposure can cause several skin-related disorders.
A compound found in soybeans almost completely prevented the spread of human prostate cancer in mice, according to a study published in the March 15 issue of Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
Fosteum™ (capsules), the first prescription product designed to safely address the underlying disease processes of osteopenia (OPe) and osteoporosis (OP), is now available nationwide from Primus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
By Ji, Zhao-Ning; Zhao, W Y; Liao, G R; Choi, R C; Et al Abstract Aim. To study the estrogenic activity of formononetin in vitro. Methods.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A specific estrogen-like compound, daidzein, appears to be responsible for the healthy effects of soy on cholesterol levels in women, a new study shows.
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