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Lyme disease: Why does joint pain persist?

Researchers have found clues that might lead  occurs when a person becomes infected with a tick-borne bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. Initial symptoms typically include general fatigue, fever, skin rashes, and headaches. Although doctors can often treat Lyme disease with antibiotics, if they do not catch it early, the bacteria can cause long-term issues with the individual’s joints. In fact, following…
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How vitamin D helps fight treatment-resistant cancer

The main cause of failure in chemotherapy Researchers from South Dakota State University, in Brookings, have demonstrated that calcitriol and calcipotriol, two active forms of vitamin D, can block a mechanism that enables cancer cells to become drug-resistant. The mechanism is a drug transporter protein called multidrug resistance-associated protein 1 (MRP1). The protein sits in the cell wall…
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Colon cancer: Could yogurt prevent precancerous growths?

New observational research indicates an association  Estimates from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) indicate that there will be 145,600 new cases of colorectal cancer in the United States in 2019. The NCI also note that around 4.2% of adults will receive a colorectal cancer diagnosis during their lifetime. Although many factors can contribute to a person’s risk of developing…
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A Texas mom says she was kicked out of a city pool for breastfeeding her baby

A group of moms held a “nurse-in Misty Daugereaux was at the Nessler Park Family Aquatic Center in Texas City on Sunday when her 10-month-old needed to eat.She said she was discreetly nursing her son when a lifeguard and a manager approached and told her it was against the pool’s rules.”She [the manager] said you…
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Sleeping with lights on and weight gain in women linked in new study

Keeping a lot of light on while you snooze Specifically, sleeping with a television or light on in the room was positively associated with gaining five kilograms, or 11 pounds, over a five-year period among women in a new study published in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday. “There was a 17% chance of gaining…
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New evidence links ultra-processed foods with a range of health risks

Policies that limit ultra-processed food intake are urgently needed, say researchers Two large European studies published by The BMJtoday find positive associations between consumption of highly processed (“ultra-processed”) foods and risk of cardiovascular disease and death. The researchers say further work is needed to better understand these effects, and a direct (causal) link remains to be…
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A common skin bacterium put children with severe eczema at higher risk of food allergy

Scientists from King’s College London have found that young children Staphylococcus aureus (SA) is a bacterium that can be found in the nose and the skin of healthy individuals. However, SA is more common in sufferers of eczema, especially severe eczema. When someone has an allergy, their immune system mistakes a harmless substance (such as eggs…
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Structuring sweetness: What makes Stevia 200 times sweeter than sugar?

New research reveals the molecular machinery behind the high-intensity sweetness New research from Washington University in St. Louis reveals the molecular machinery behind the high-intensity sweetness of the stevia plant. The results could be used to engineer new non-caloric products without the aftertaste that many associate with sweetener marketed as Stevia. Although the genes and…
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Skinny cod and grey seal reveals troubling changes to food web in the Baltic Sea

The prime predators of the Baltic Sea at the top of the food web are losing weight “It is important that you understand how the food web works when managing a fishery. It is not enough to manage how the fish and fisheries are changing. The availability and quality of food is at least as…
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New pathogens in beef and cow’s milk products

Researchers have presented findings on new infection pathogens that go by the name According to the DKFZ, they have been detected up to now in cow’s milk, cow’s milk products and the blood serum of healthy cattle. From the scientific findings made up to now, it seems possible that an indirect connection could be interpreted…
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