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Gli inibitori SGLT2 per la gestione innovativa delle patologie cardiovascolari e non solo

In una meta-analisi a livello di studio pubblicata sulla...

Gli effetti dello zucchero sulla salute pubblica: non-solo-diabete-e-cardiovasculopatie

Eccesso di zuccheri e salute pubblica Le malattie non trasmissibili...

Dipendenza da alcolici e sistema oppioide: spostare l’interesse verso i recettori kappa può essere la chiave?

Gli scienziati di Scripps Research del Dipartimento di Medicina...

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Cardiovasculars, kidney disease, diabetes & Co.: the ultraprocessed-food issue and the necessities for public health

Background Research has highlighted the global spread of Western dietary patterns, particularly the increased consumption of ultra-processed foods (UPFs) across different economic stages. While UPFs...

Niacin paradox on the heart shows off: catabolism reveals potential threats on cardiovascular risk

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a worldwide health problem, with only a tiny proportion of the risk linked to known risk factors. Despite breakthroughs in...

No pain, no gain: not true for ion flows regulating cartilage loss in osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OAS) is characterized by cartilage degeneration with the loss of the extracellular matrix that allows the joint to compress without damage. The chondrocytes...

The social burden of arthrites gets “mendelian”: combining genetic knowledge to identifiy all the real risks

Arthritis, including osteoarthritis (OAR) and rheumatoid arthritis (RAR), affects millions, causing joint pain and damage. OAR causes deterioration of cartilage and bones, affecting more...

Public health and life expectance: cancer numbers worldwide and the efforts for preventable deaths

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) estimates that ~1.9 million preventable and >1 million treatable premature deaths occurred across 38 OECD member...

Caffeine “to drink”: randomized studies to avoid health going random with obesity and diabetes

Caffeine in coffee and tea has thermogenic and psychostimulant effects. Several short-term randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have found that caffeine (even in trivial amounts)...

Anti-aging and well-being: the social and environmental factors behind collective ageing

Aging is a biological phenomenon that belongs to all living species, especially the complex ones. If before the goal was to slow down aging...

The complex puzzle of youth obesity: not only “calorie issue” but policies and choices as well

Childhood and adolescent obesity have been identified as one of the most serious health issues of the 21st century. Adolescents represent an important target...

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