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Herbal supplement silymarin may help control blood sugar in type II diabetes
Phytotherapy Research - Diabetes is a growing health problem. Giving natural compounds or extracts from plants may in the future become accepted as one way of helping people with diabetes to control their blood sugar levels. The herbal medicine extracted from seeds of the Milk Thistle, Silybum marianum (silymarin), is...
Pick up your crying baby – a little baby cannot be spoiled
Parents should listen to their instincts and pick up their newborn babies when they cry, Queensland University of Technology researcher Professor Karen Thorpe said. A joint study with QUT and the Riverton Early Parenting Centre has found many parents of infants up to 12 weeks, were uncertain about how best...
Obesity linked to children and teens not sleeping enough at night
The link between short sleep duration and obesity: We should recommend more sleep to prevent obesity Soaring levels of obesity might be linked to children sleeping fewer hours at night than they used to, claims a researcher in the Archives of Disease in Childhood (BMJ Specialty Journals). Dr Shahrad Taheri...
HappySun – Vitamin D from the sun with less skin cancer risk from UV overexposure
Internet and mobile satellite service helps ensure safe sunning, heliotherapy October 2006 - Excessive exposure to ultraviolet radiation is responsible for up to 60 000 deaths a year worldwide, according to a report released this summer by the World Health Organisation. Many of those deaths, however, could be avoided through simple...
Colon cancer growth stopped by aldose reductase inhibitor
Aldose reductase blocker that inhibits inflammatory factor is already in human clinical trials for use in diabetes Texas researchers have discovered what may become a potent new weapon in the fight against colon cancer. In cell culture experiments, scientists from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) and the...
Future of human gene therapy for heart disease very close using Milano variant “super” HDL cholesterol
Super-healthy Italian HDL gene transfer successfully cuts vascular plaque and inflammation Transfer of a gene that produces a “normal variant” form of good cholesterol provides significantly better anti-plaque and anti-inflammation benefits than therapy using the “normal” HDL gene, according to a mouse study conducted by cardiology researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical...
Antioxidant-rich pecans protect against unhealthy oxidation of fat & cholesterol
A new research study from Loma Linda University (LLU) shows that adding just a handful of pecans to your diet each day may inhibit unwanted oxidation of blood lipids, thus helping reduce the risk of heart disease. Researchers suggest that this positive effect was in part due to the pecan’s...
Solvent exposure linked to birth defects in babies of male painters
Men who paint for a living may be placing their unborn children at increased risk of birth defects and low birth weight. A study of construction workers in the Netherlands, conducted in part by the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, links low birth weight and birth defects to paternal,...
High Blood Pressure Information Added to NIHSeniorHealth
High blood pressure often is called “the silent killer” because many people don’t know they have it. Even though it doesn’t cause symptoms, high blood pressure is a major health risk. If it isn’t treated, it can lead to stroke, heart disease, kidney failure, and other serious health problems. Information...