Niacin can boost 'good' cholesterol

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Publication date: Available online 12 November 2018Source: Research in Veterinary ScienceAuthor(s): K. Saksrithai, A.J. KingAbstractStudies show that in poultry houses, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is present in a much higher concentration than its odor threshold of 10 ppb for humans and has a short-lived deleterious effect on White Leghorns at concentrations of 0.2% H2S. A possible way to reduce H2S emissions (often exhausted into the environment) is to decrease its concentration in manure by adding high fiber byproducts and probiotics in diets. A combination of probiotics (Lactobaccillus paracasei, Lactobaccillus plantarum, ...
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CONCLUSIONS For better regulation of glycemia and reduction of clinical inertia with type 2 diabetes patients, more specialized training is needed for selected physicians. Strengthening of primary healthcare and encouraging doctors to perform procedures can contribute to better outcomes of treatment, lower clinical inertia, and better education of patients. PMID: 30421728 [PubMed - in process]
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CONCLUSIONS: Nanoencapsulated probucol-ursodeoxycholic acid resulted in significant levels of insulin in the blood, lower levels of secondary bile acids in liver and lower levels of primary bile acids in brain, while ratio of secondary to primary bile acids remains similar among all groups, except in the faeces. Findings suggests that nanoencapsulated probucol-ursodeoxycholic acid may exert a protective effect on pancreatic β-cells and reserve systemic insulin load via modulation of bile acid concentrations in the liver and brain. PMID: 30422681 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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CONCLUSION: Young children with a zBMI>3 have significantly higher blood pressure measures and trends toward worse lipid profiles than children at lower zBMIs. PMID: 30418801 [PubMed - in process]
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This study may help pave the way for new diagnostic and therapeutic tools for these diseases.AUTHORSDr. Peter Totonoz, a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and Jaspreet Sandhu, a student in pathology and laboratory medicine, are the study ’s senior author and first author, respectively. Other UCLA-affiliated authors are Xu Xiao, Thomas Weston, Alessandra Ferrari, Jose Orozco, David Strugatsky, Stephen Lee, Cuiwen He, Cynthia Hong, Laurent Bentolila, and Stephen Young. Non-UCLA authors are Shiqian Li, Louise Fairall, Simon Pfisterer , Jennifer Gurnett, Dipti ...
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(Natural News) Omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce your risk of heart disease — even if the mainstream media is trying to say otherwise. While Big Pharma is trying to get everyone under the sun hooked on a prescription statin drug for “heart health,” it turns out that all you really need to do is...
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How much of the natural human variation in longevity and pace of aging has its roots in genetics, and how much is determined by lifestyle and environment? Some gene variants result in beneficial metabolic alterations such as lower cholesterol or a greater resilience in the face of the molecular damage of late old age. Lifestyle choices such as calorie intake and exercise clearly influence long term health and mortality. Similarly, exposure to pathogens and pollutants can accelerate the pace of aging via their interaction with the immune system. The consensus of the past few decades had come to be that the split is around 2...
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Conclusion: Plasma PCSK9 levels measured during the acute phase were associated with high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, triglycerides, premature CHD, and gender in patients with AMI but did not predict recurrent CV events within 1 year. Dynamic changes in PCSK9 suggested a trend yet no significance value in predicting recurrent CV events.Cardiology 2018;141:88 –97
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TUESDAY, Nov. 13, 2018 -- Icosapent ethyl is associated with a reduced risk for ischemic events among patients with elevated triglyceride levels despite taking statins, according to a study published online Nov. 10 in the New England Journal of...
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CLARE BERRETT explains how this 'silent killer' with no obvious symptoms can often lead to dangerous health complications including heart problems and cardiovascular disease.
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