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Healthy eating: what is the lectin-free diet?

Introduction Evidence of long data suggests that consuming a diet rich in plant-based foods plays a significant role in the prevention and reduction of chronic...

EneMY Coin: one side enhances energy while the other escapes immunity

Protein c-Myc is a major oncogene that is estimated to drive the development of almost 500.000 new cancer cases in the US every year....

Bone hormones and brain neurons: when strenght roadmap becomes roundtrip

More than 200 million people worldwide suffer from osteoporosis, a weakening of the bones to the point where falls or even minor stresses like...

Metabokilling resistant leukemia: the old avenue with its alleys has not be forgotten after all

Leukemia is a group of blood cancers that results in excess amounts of white blood cells. There are both chronic forms of leukemia that...

Peanut allergy: facts, data and solutions under consideration

Peanut butter is a food that should not be lacking in the pantry of every home in the United States of America and certain...

Folding the proper action: how insulin get “chaperoned” to find its way out

Insulin is produced in the beta cells of the pancreas. The hormone is produced as a precursor called proinsulin. Insulin needs help acquiring the...

Exploiting leukemia stem cells’ hunger for aminoacids: old notions get new dresses

Most of animal cells rip apart sugar to release energy. Sometimes they rip apart fats, and in special circumstances, cells can even metabolize proteins....

Glucose under female hormones: diabetes incidence or gender coincidence?

Beside the current pandemic, there are non infectious pandemics that started much earlier. Diabetes is declared by WHO as a pandemic of alarming proportions...

Onions and health: what scientific evidences tell us they do benefit us?

Onions are a commonly eaten vegetable all over the world and contain many bioactive components. Onion extracts have shown potent anti-atherogenic effects related to...

Does bone stem its shape from the marrow? So it would seem, but it’s a “fatty” matter

Healthy bone maintenance is a balance between osteoblasts, which secrete the materials necessary to form new bone, and osteoclasts, which absorb old bone material...

Colon cancer: why does it drops with age, while stems up with youth?

As cancer death rates drop overall, doctors have noted a frightening anomaly: deaths from colorectal cancer in people under 55 appear to be creeping...

Chagas disease arsenal check: drug repurposing as a strategy to face necessities

As clinicians are well aware, Chagas disease has very few treatment options. As such, recently, computer-driven drug repositioning has led to the discovery of...

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