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“This is a great excuse to look at some really old books” grinned Iain Milne, Head of Heritage at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE) as he gingerly opened a copy of an encyclopaedia about the health benefits of water—published in Venice in 1553—and carefully propped it up on a pair of pillows on the table in front of him. The book was one of the oldest volumes on show at Fashionable Diseases, an event on April 6 organised as part of the 2017 Edinburgh International Science Festival.
The second therapy of this innovative immunotherapy has received FDA approval to treat patients with relapsed/refractory aggressive B-cell NHL.FDA Approvals
California ’s hepatitis A outbreak has claimed 19 lives in San Diego, and 500 cases have been confirmed, as of Tuesday. On Friday, California's governor declared a state of emergency.
Conclusions: Leonurine can promote cholesterol efflux and alleviate cellular lipid accumulation by magnifying the expression of ABCA1/G1 in a PPAR γ/LXRα signaling pathway-dependent manner in human THP-1 macrophage-derived foam cells and abate atherogenesis in apoE-/- mice, which may offer a promising therapeutic intervention of leonurine in protecting against AS.Cell Physiol Biochem 2017;43:1703 –1717
Conclusion: The results of our study suggest thatAnisomeles malabarica has potential anti-diabetic activity in STZ induced diabetic rats.Cell Physiol Biochem 2017;43:1689 –1702
Conclusion: Our findings revealed that miR-124 has an important role in osteoclastogenesis via targeting Rab27a. Thus, targeting miR-124 promises a therapeutic potential in the treatment of osteoporosis.Cell Physiol Biochem 2017;43:1663 –1672
Conclusion: The results indicate that the use of Ad-BMP-2/bFGF-modified BMSCs in conjunction with DBM could successfully repair ONFH in a dog model by promoting bone formation and angiogenesis.Cell Physiol Biochem 2017;43:1648 –1662
New research from the U.K. finds a sharp increase in the number of adolescent girls reporting self-harm in recent years
TOO much sugar causes nightmares and the air we breath is calorific, according to children.
The warning follows the case of Tia Goode, from Merthyr, Wales, who was left in unbearable pain after ripping off her cornea as she was trying to remove a pair of cat-eye contact lenses in 2015.
Researchers at the University of Southampton tracked the diets of 969 men and women from their 30s into their late 60s. They found those on a Mediterranean diet were more mobile later on.