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Physical and calorie control against leukemia’s marrow residual: the IDEAL trial summary

Overweight children and adolescents receiving chemotherapy for treatment of leukemia are less successful battling the disease compared to their lean peers. Now, research conducted...

Dementia and diabetes: cholesterol itself finds a way to escApoE

There is no known cure for Alzheimer's disease, which affects more than 5.5 million people in the United States. In the last decade, scientists...

Science and culture sharing knowledge: does bread really make you fat?

The Mediterranean diet has always been valued for its health properties. The characteristics of the Mediterranean diet are the following: high consumption of olive...

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...

Diabetes: the genetic background finds further validations

According to the German Diabetes Health Report 2018, more than 5.7 million people in Germany suffer from type 2 diabetes. The affected individuals react...

Microbiota healing: Mediterranean style always among the best choices

Aging is an inevitable process, but the associated loss of bodily functions and increased inflammatory conditions cause increased frailty in older people. The importance...

Vitamins: what they do tell us again these unknown neighbors

Nutrition, lifestyles, behavior and movement are not those of a hundred years ago. We have to accept the concept that our habits are so...

Ketodiet and health: one week is enough, unless you wanna diet forever

A ketogenic diet -- which provides 99% of calories from fat and only 1% from carbohydrates -- produces health benefits in the short term,...

Purple corn: addressing for clinical, foodstuff and green industrial purposes

Widely found in plant tissues, phenolic compounds tend to be aromatic and contribute to the color, flavor and acidity of fruits. Anthocyanins are one...

PCOS: what oxidative stress and markers are trying us to tell

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most frequently observed endocrinopathy in women of reproductive age. Although the figures vary according to diagnostic criteria, its...

PCOS: the new pill calls fertility back to order

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is very common in girls and women of reproductive age and is a major cause of female subfertility. While no...

Microbiota and type 2 diabetes: the fight for health is “intestine”

Very recently, it has been recognized that the bacterial flora of the human gut plays a major role in health and in the appearance...

Vitamin D: studies on a possible curative tool for PCOS

Infertility is a complex disorder with important medical, psychosocial and economic aspects, affecting about 15% of couples. One of the main causes of female...

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