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About 2,000 previously unknown species of bacteria in the gut have been discovered by a team of international researchers using metagenomic data. This discovery immensely expands our knowledge of the species living inside of us and establishes new co...
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Ever wonder if and how you're losing weight? Now you don't have to! While a number of fitness trackers claim to offer detailed insights into your health, the most striking to date has to be the Lumen. Lumen is a small breathalyzer-stye product that i...
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New research suggests that gum infections may play a major role in the development of Alzheimer's disease. A team of investigators carried out a series of experiments to examine the potential impact of Porphyromonas gingivalis, the major pathogen of ...
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Researchers may have discovered a new early detection method for pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer does not usually have a good prognosis. With only about 8% diagnosed living more than 5 years it is known as one of the most deadly. A fascinating ...
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While the word "Frankenfish" sounds like something out of a horror movie it is actually just the term used for a brand of genetically modified salmon. "Frankenfish" was banned in the U.S. but the FDA announced on Friday that it would be lifted and t...
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The University of Auckland has released a new study about the phenomenon of "super donors". This is a term that describes people who contribute stool sample for use in a trial whose poop seems to be significantly more effective in clinical improvemen...
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At the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology, reported an analysis that stated that eczema was an independent risk factor for impaired mental health in American children, appearing to influence several domains of mental health and th...
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Diabetes is a result of the body's inability to keep blood sugar levels in check which is something handled by insulin. Research has traced this back to faulty beta cells in the pancreas failing to produce this hormone. Scientists have now made a pro...
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Thyrotropin, also known as Thyroid Stimulating hormone is the signal secreted from the thyrotrophic cells of the anterior pituitary in response to the release of thyrotropin-releasing hormone by the hypothalamus. The thyrotropin acts as a proliferati...
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When you make the choice to reach for your canned energy drink for a "pick me up" what are you actually doing to your body? It's Winter everyone! My first year of college was filled with case after case of Monster Energy drinks. There was hardly any ...
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