Inflammation

Researchers uncover link between immune function and osteoarthritic pain and progression

Posted by on Nov 30, 2017 in Inflammation | 0 comments

Researchers uncover link between immune function and osteoarthritic pain and progression If we can target these monocytes in OA, we may be able to slow down disease progression or decrease the risk of other chronic inflammatory diseases,” she said. Chronic inflammation and osteoarthritis has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and depression among adults …See Original Article Endogenous protein reverses scarring in the lungs The endogenous protein RAGE, which has usually been negatively associated with chronic inflammation and diabetic complications, plays a major role in the repair of DNA damage – and also appears to heal tissue damaged as a result of accelerated cell senescence. This molecular mechanism was …See Original Article Increased oral pathogens, decreased bacterial diversity predict precancerous stomach cancer … Accumulating evidence suggests that chronic inflammation caused by oral bacterial infections may contribute to the development and progression of …See Original Article Possible cure for chronic osteoporosis found Possible cure for chronic osteoporosis found … there is no way to cure it once bone loss occurs because of chronic inflammation,” said Professor Min.See Original...

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Treating dry skin conditions in children and babies

Posted by on Aug 30, 2017 in Inflammation | 0 comments

Treating dry skin conditions in children and babies It may be transient, but for many children with a chronic inflammatory skin condition it will be a daily occurrence. Primary care nurses can recognise dry …See Original Article Incredible possibilities of Recombinant Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Market growth study in … Risk factors include smoking, weakened immune system, long-term oral contraceptive use and chronic inflammation. Human papillomavirus (HPV) …See Original Article Fashion Waste Poised to Become Environmental Crisis By Dr. Mercola Over the past decades society has moved from using biodegradable, recyclable natural products to highly resilient and nonbiodegradable plastics made with toxic chemicals. Plastics invade nearly every area of your life — even parts you don’t see, such as your clothing and microbeads in your makeup and facial products. Each of thesSee Original Article Khonsu Therapeutics to tackle inflammation with new drug – RebelBio Review … Therapeutics noted that although “short-term inflammation (acute) can oftentimes have a positive effect as it promotes healing, chronic inflammation …See Original...

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Money and technology: A Q&A with three experts

Posted by on Aug 2, 2017 in Inflammation | 0 comments

Money and technology: A Q&A with three experts … resulted in generating stress in the society leading to many diseases—stress causes chronic inflammation that leads to heart disease and cancer.See Original Article Olive oil for a healthy heart The best ways to avoid oxidative stress and chronic inflammation is to consume a diet, which is rich in antioxidants. For individuals having heart …See Original Article This One Exercise Can Completely Change Your Genes, Thanks to Science But constant stress can lead to chronic inflammation, impairing both physical and mental health in the process, TIME reports. (You can also chow …See Original Article My Doctors Told Me I Had IBS—4 Years Later, I Found Out It Was This Completely Different Disorder I had two colonoscopies in one month to rule out Crohn's disease, which involves chronic inflammation of the digestive tract lining, or colitis, …See Original...

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Schisandra: China's Most Potent Medicinal Berry

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in Inflammation | 0 comments

Schisandra: China's Most Potent Medicinal Berry By Dr. Mercola While it may sound like a fantasy planet or a new prescription drug, schisandra is neither, but may end up affecting the reliance some have on the latter. That’s because schisandra, a berry that grows on woody, climbing vines in the cool subtropical forests of China’s Upper Yangtze region and parts of Russia, is now a bona fide sSee Original Article Corbus Pharmaceuticals Reports 2017 First Quarter Financial Results and Provides Business … … milestones for anabasum, its novel synthetic oral endocannabinoid-mimetic drug that is designed to resolve chronic inflammation and halt fibrosis.See Original Article LUPUS: A Chronic Inflammatory Disease Systemic lupus erythematosus (also known as lupus or SLE) is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect various parts of the body. Lupus is an …See Original Article How to Boost Collagen for Better Skin By Dr. Mercola Whether or not they’ll admit it, both men and women may catch a reflection of themselves and notice with dismay that their skin looks dull and tired, and see lines or sagging skin they weren’t aware of before. They might purchase creams or lotions in an effort to minimize these and other telltale signs of too much sun, not enoughSee Original...

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Inflammation: It takes two to tango

Posted by on Apr 21, 2017 in Inflammation | 0 comments

Inflammation: It takes two to tango This makes heterodimers interesting as drug targets for novel therapies for the treatment of acute and chronic inflammation. “Up to now, however, only …See Original Article Understanding Inflammation and How It Affects Your Skin This is because inflammation (which is very complex) can also be destructive. Chronic inflammation, or a long-term autoimmune response, can lead to …See Original Article Case Western gets $1.5M for HIV oral inflammation study Case Western gets $1.5M for HIV oral inflammation study … cells and decrease the number of dysfunctional ones that lead to chronic inflammation.See Original Article Pure maple syrup may help reduce chronic inflammation: study New York, Apr 6 (PTI) Pure maple syrup may help protect the body against chronic inflammation which can potentially lead to brain conditions such as …See Original...

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Study shows coffee can counter age-related inflammation

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in Inflammation | 0 comments

Study shows coffee can counter age-related inflammation Those molecules circulate in the blood and can trigger inflammatory responses. Studies have shown chronic inflammation contributes to many …See Original Article Can a low-inflammation diet alter prostate health? A proposed mechanism for these observed phenomenon focuses upon adipocyte cytokine production resulting in subclinical chronic inflammation …See Original Article Coffee's Superpowers Could Extend To Slowing Ageing “More than 90% of all non-communicable diseases of ageing are associated with chronic inflammation,” said the study's lead author, biochemist Dr …See Original Article Anti-inflammatory diet could act to preserve bone strength: Study The study's aim was to provide further proof of chronic inflammation's link to an increased risk of age-related diseases, including osteoporosis and …See Original...

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