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  • Brain astrocytes show metabolic alterations in Parkinson’s disease

    Brain astrocytes show metabolic alterations in Parkinson’s disease0

    Brain astrocytes show metabolic alterations in Parkinson’s disease: A new study using induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) technology links astrocyte dysfunction to Parkinson’s disease (PD) pathology. The study carried out at the University of Eastern Finland and published in Scientific Reports highlights the role of brain astrocyte cells in PD pathology and the potential of iPSC-derived cells

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  • Premature cardiovascular disease mortality – The Hippocratic Post

    Premature cardiovascular disease mortality – The Hippocratic Post0

    More Australians and Americans are dying from cardiovascular disease attributable to excess weight, particularly in younger people, new research finds. University of Melbourne researchers warn that this trend will continue without concerted government action that promotes behaviour change. Led by Dr Tim Adair and Professor Alan Lopez, the new study published in BMC Medicine found

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  • E-cigarettes found to cause change in mouth bacteria – which could lead to gum disease or oral cancer

    E-cigarettes found to cause change in mouth bacteria – which could lead to gum disease or oral cancer0

    E-cigarettes are a popular alternative to smoking, but we still know very little about the effects of them on our health. While numerous studies have explored the effect of e-cigarettes on our lungs, heart, and overall health, one important and often overlooked consideration is what effect they have on our microbiome. But a recent study

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  • Chronic inflammatory liver disease treatment

    Chronic inflammatory liver disease treatment0

    Chronic inflammatory liver disease: lipid-metabolism enzyme a potential factor in new treatment approach: Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) is a rare, chronic, inflammatory disease of the bile ducts and is difficult to treat. Recent studies conducted by MedUni Vienna’s Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, under the supervision of Michael Trauner, have shown that the administration of

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  • Autoimmune Disease to Thriving Health With Ryan Lee

    Autoimmune Disease to Thriving Health With Ryan Lee0

    Child: Welcome to my Mommy’s podcast. This podcast is brought to you by Four Sigmatic… a company I’ve loved for years for their superfood mushroom based products. They use mushrooms like lions mane, chaga, cordyceps and reishi in delicious products. Did you know that mushrooms are more genetically similar to humans than plants are? And

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  • talkhealth meets…Sahara Fleetwood-Beresford, inflammatory bowel disease blogger and founder of #IBDSuperHeroes

    talkhealth meets…Sahara Fleetwood-Beresford, inflammatory bowel disease blogger and founder of #IBDSuperHeroes0

    What symptoms prompted you to seek help initially? When I was 19, I started suffering from diarrhoea and abdominal cramps that got worse over a period of two weeks. I had visited a GP who had diagnosed me with IBS – purely based on my symptoms – and was prescribed antispasmodics. Two weeks after the

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