Tag: Conditions and Diseases

Serious studies on the many risks of statins

I have decided to post a quick data rebuttal, after the publishing of a few misguided headlines (i.e ” Statins have virtually no side-effects, study finds”, and “Give statins to all over-40s, says heart surgery pioneer”, from the London Telegraph ).  This coincides with the wildly unsubstantiated recommendations being presented in […]

Health Research Report 30 SEP 2013

Topics: Melatonin consumption shown to help increase metabolism /Burn fat * Journal of Pineal Research : 26 SEP 2013 Multiple Sclerosis reversed in 100% of animals using Calcitriol & ongoing Vitamin D Sup * Journal of Neuroimmunology : Online August addition

161st Health Research Report 10 AUG 2013 – Synopsis

http://www.healthresearchreport.me      In this issue: 1.       Plant-Based Compound May Inhibit HIV Infection, Research Shows 2.       Methamphetamine increases susceptibility to deadly fungal infection 3.       Exercise May be the Best Medicine for Alzheimer’s 4.       Study finds evidence of nerve damage in around half of fibromyalgia patients 5.       Blocking sugar […]

Health Research Report 29 JUL 2013

Topics: DHA for Chronic Pain – Annal of Neurology Vitamins and Minerals as an alternative psychiatric medications – 2013 IFT Ginkgo Biloba Extract for Effectively treats Vascular Dementia – Neural Regeneration Research V8 N18 2013 BPA – Damages Teeth Enamel  – AJP BPA- Causes Obesity in Puberty age […]

Foodborne Illness Could Have Sinister Causes : Medications being intentionally added

Contact: Angela Collom acollom@acponline.org 215-351-2653 American College of Physicians   Observation Article: Foodborne Illness Could Have Sinister Causes Doctors should consider the intentional addition of medicine to food as a potential cause of foodborne disease outbreaks. The World Health Organization suggests possible sources of foodborne disease outbreaks are […]

Watercress may ‘turn off’ breast cancer signal

2010 study posted for filing Contact: Sophie Docker S.Docker@soton.ac.uk 0044-023-805-98933 University of Southampton The research, unveiled at a press conference today (14 September 2010), shows that the watercress compound is able to interfere with the function of a protein which plays a critical role in cancer development. As […]

91st Health Research Report 10 OCT 2010 – Reconstruction

Health Research Report 91st Issue 10 OCT 2010 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano http://www.vit.bz http://www.youtube.com/vhfilm  http://www.facebook.com/engineeringevil http://www.engineeringevil.com   http://www.healthresearchreport.me    Editors Top Five:   1. Diabetes risk may fall as magnesium intake climbs 2. J&J, FDA leaders take heat for ‘phantom’ recall 3. Vitamin D deficiency rampant in patients undergoing orthopedic surgery, damaging […]

84th Health Research Report 24 JUN 2010 – Reconstruction

Health Research Report 84th Issue 24 JUN 2010 Compiled By Ralph Turchiano http://www.vit.bz http://www.youtube.com/vhfilm www.facebook.com/engineeringevil http://www.engineeringevil.com  www.healthresearchreport.me  In this issue: 1. Tumor virus is best predictor of throat cancer survival 2. Molecular link between diabetes and schizophrenia connects food and mood 3. Healthy diet could slow or reverse early effects […]

Poultry disease vaccine brings short-term results but long-term problems: live vaccines that protect poultry against Newcastle Disease may be altering the genetic makeup of the wild virus strains

2010 study posted for filing Contact: Amitabh Avasthi axa47@psu.edu 814-865-9481 Penn State Attenuated live vaccines that protect poultry against Newcastle Disease may be altering the genetic makeup of the wild virus strains, which could make future outbreaks unpredictable and difficult to tackle, according to biologists. Newcastle Disease is […]

Indian spice may delay liver damage and cirrhosis

2010 study posted for filing Contact: Emma Dickinson edickinson@bmjgroup.com 44-207-383-6529 BMJ-British Medical Journal Curcumin improves sclerosing cholangitis in Mdr2 -/- mice by inhibition of cholangiocyte inflammatory response and portal myofibroblast proliferation Curcumin, one of the principal components of the Indian spice turmeric, seems to delay the liver damage […]

‘Dung of the devil’ plant roots point to new swine flu drugs: Showed greater potency against influenza A (H1N1) than a prescription antiviral drugs

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Michael Woods m_woods@acs.org 202-872-6293 American Chemical Society Scientists in China have discovered that roots of a plant used a century ago during the great Spanish influenza pandemic contains substances with powerful effects in laboratory experiments in killing the H1N1 swine flu virus […]

Common food dye may hold promise in treating spinal cord injury: stops the cascade of molecular events that cause secondary damage to the spinal cord

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Mark Michaud mark_michaud@urmc.rochester.edu 585-273-4790 University of Rochester Medical Center A common food additive that gives M&Ms and Gatorade their blue tint may offer promise for preventing the additional – and serious – secondary damage that immediately follows a traumatic injury to the […]

Chest band may relieve a chronic cough

Contact: Jennifer Stawarz jstawarz@chestnet.org 847-498-8306 American College of Chest Physicians A soft, extendible band fitted around the chest may help to relieve cough in patients with persistent dry cough. Over the course of 1 year, Japanese researchers evaluated the antitussive effect of the chest band worn for 8 […]

Daily vibration may combat prediabetes in youth : 20min daily was better than prescription drugs at reducing levels of hemoglobin A1

Contact: Toni Baker tbaker@georgiahealth.edu 706-721-4421 Georgia Health Sciences University AUGUSTA, Ga. – Daily sessions of whole-body vibration may combat prediabetes in adolescents, dramatically reducing inflammation, average blood glucose levels and symptoms such as frequent urination, researchers report. In mice that mimic over-eating adolescents headed toward diabetes, 20 minutes […]

Aspirin and similar drugs may be associated with brain microbleeds in older adults: Causes amyloid accumulation often related to Alzheimer’s disease

2009 study posted for filing Contact: Monique M.B. Breteler, M.D., Ph.D. m.breteler@erasmusmc.nl JAMA and Archives Journals Individuals who take aspirin or other medications that prevent blood clotting by inhibiting the accumulation of platelets appear more likely to have tiny, asymptomatic areas of bleeding in the brain, according to […]

Drinking chamomile tea daily with meals may help prevent the complications of diabetes, which include loss of vision, nerve damage, and kidney damage

2008 Post for filing Drinking chamomile tea may help fight complications of diabetes Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Drinking chamomile tea daily with meals may help prevent the complications of diabetes, which include loss of vision, nerve damage, and kidney damage, researchers in Japan and the United […]

Coffee’s aroma kick-starts genes in the brain

Re-Post for Filing 2008 Contact: Michael Woods m_woods@acs.org 202-872-4400 American Chemical Society IMAGE:Scientists report that the simple inhalation of coffee by rats has changed their gene expressions in ways that help reduce sleep deprivation-induced stress.Click here for more information. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry Drink coffee to […]