Latest Selenium Stories
Report released by Nutrilite Health Institute finds shortfall of fruit and vegetable consumption tracks with low intakes of vitamins A, C and E, zinc and selenium.
Meidlinger Partners Invests in Liberty Hydro Inc.; Private Equity Firmâ€™s Third Water Industry Portfolio Company Investment Meidlinger Partners, LLC, a Philadelphia based private equity firm, announced today that its affiliate, Meidlinger Partners Sustainable Investments, LP, completed a $500,000 investment in Liberty Hydro, Inc., a water industry focused environmental technology and service company based in South Charleston, West Virginia. Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 20, 2010...
A new study from North Carolina State University finds that fish located near coal-fired power plants have lower levels of mercury than fish that live much further away.
A common mineral may provide protection against bladder cancer.
ST. LOUIS, Aug.
Call it the anti-sunscreen -- That's more or less the description of what many solar energy researchers would like to find -- light-catching substances that could be added to photovoltaic materials in order to convert more of the sun's energy into carbon-free electricity.
Fish exposed to fly ash at the site of the Tennessee Valley Authority coal ash spill are faring better than some expected, researchers have learned.
Selenium, a supplement taken daily by millions in hopes of protection against cancer and a host of other diseases, has proven to be of no benefit in reducing a patient's risk of developing lung cancer - either a recurrence or second primary malignancy, according to results of an international Phase III clinical trial.
LONDON, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Selenium Market Review 2010 has been recently added by Market Publishers Ltd. The report focuses on a study of the global Selenium market. It features major Selenium producers, prices, supply and demand conditions, as well as international trade.
The role of selenium in diabetes has been controversial, with some studies suggesting that it raises diabetes risk and others finding that it is protective.
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