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Cancer Medication: Knocked Out By Bacteria - News

Researching the microbiome is in vogue: medical researchers have now found out that some medications are made ineffective due to the influence of bacteria. This can, especially when dealing with cance
07/11/2017, Nicole Simon

Diabetics In The Sleeper Position - News

Diabetics often have to fight not only with their blood sugar levels, but with problems in the bedroom as well. Sexual disorders are the most concomitant phenomenon which males and females with diabet
11/07/2017, Nicole Simon

Alopecia: Small And Bald - News

Small men carry an increased risk of going bald early. This is shown by a study in which human geneticists studied the genomes of 20,000 men. Their data also shows that premature hair loss is associat
16/05/2017, Nicole Simon

Mycoses: Problematic Fungi Findings - News

Fungal infections are often underestimated, their correct diagnosis subsequently arrives too late. They are particularly dangerous when as pathogens they evade pharmaceutical assault. This is shown by
24/01/2017, Nicole Simon

p53: Who's Arousing The Tumour Slayer? - News

p53 is one of the body's most important weapons against cancer. In most tumours the tumour suppressor gene is however mutated. Scientists have for a long time been trying to retrieve this "guardian of
27/12/2016, Nicole Simon

Aluminium deodorants: Sweating with fear without proof - News

Children's toys are often criticised, health investigators repeatedly find substances of concern in plastic bottles and sweaters as well. For several years now another group of products has been worki
20/06/2014, Nicole Simon

WHO calls for sugarstriction - News

If it were up to the World Health Organisation, humanity should go out of its way to reduce its sugar intake drastically. However more discussion ought to be take place regarding this ambitious step.
22/04/2014, Nicole Simon

Medical journals: Gone cold turkey - News

One of the major medical journals finally distances itself from the cigarette industry. The risk of the deadly products being abused is said to be too great. After much hesitation Misled about the ris
02/12/2013, Nicole Simon

Pregnancy: Ceasefire in the Decidua - News

When it comes to foreign tissue, the immune system does not exactly act lightly. This makes it all the more astounding that a foetus in the womb does not fall victim to the immune system. U.S. scienti
17/08/2012, Nicole Simon

Music Therapy: something good to hear - News

It brings calm, it creates movement, it works its way into the brain - music. It is therefore not surprising that more and more scientists successfully employ music in therapy for various diseases. Ev
04/06/2012, Nicole Simon

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