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It seems that half the things we normally eat have been relabeled lately, from being just normal food to being superfood. It’s gotten so bad that many of us have started to think, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” So WTF is a superfood? And what makes it so super? Is it rich in vitamins? Or was it just treated with gamma rays?
New Assay Critical to the Study of toxic chemicals in the body and brain degenerative disorders State College, PA (PRWEB) March 19, 2015 INDIGO Biosciences,
The next generation of superfoods that can help combat diabetes and cardiovascular disease could be centered around a protein that helps maintain the health and vitality of human cells, according to new research published by the journal Antioxidants and Redox Signaling.
A team of researchers in the University of Arizona's College of Pharmacy has discovered a molecular pathway that could be key to creating new therapeutics that would slow or even reverse the progression of end-stage liver disease.
New research by scientists at UC San Francisco shows that one of the brain's fundamental self-protection mechanisms depends on coordinated, finely calibrated teamwork among neurons and non-neural cells knows as glial cells, which until fairly recently were thought to be mere support cells for neurons.
University of Utah researchers have found that deficiency of an antioxidant response protein called nuclear erythroid-2 like factor-2 (Nrf2) delays or prevents hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a type of a heart failure in which the heart muscle grows abnormally thick.
Japanese researchers have identified a mutation associated with a higher incidence of lung cancer in Japanese women who do not smoke, but better survival in lung cancer patients.
Chronic inflammation contributes to a host of medical conditions affecting people, companion pets and horses but being proactive can help keep that inflammation under control.
A new and powerful class of antioxidants could one day be a potent treatment for Parkinson's disease.
A newly published study, investigating the proper blood vessel formation (angiogenesis), implicates a specific factor (Nrf2) in premature aging of the blood vessels, as well as their improper
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