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09 Nov This is interesting

The p53 gene promotes the expression of the p53 protein, which helps maintain cellular health and has a protective role against the formation of cancer. However, researchers have found that many forms of human cancer present mutations of the p53 protein. Recently, specialists from the Walter and...

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02 Nov We may have found it

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is called the "anti-aging molecule" because research has shown that its levels fall with age and that restoring them can extend years of good health and even longevity itself. This molecule plays a key role in several biological processes that help cells...

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02 Nov Government supported garbage

The EU has just pushed out a study designed to spread paranoia with regard to drugs commonly used to treat cancer and cardiovascular disease, respectively. First the study: Common drugs that doctors prescribe to treat heart problems, arthritis, and cancer can actually pose a threat to lung...

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20 Jun We now an anti stress drug

A recent study — led by Matthew Frank, a senior research associate in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience — uncovers a beneficial bacterium that has anti-inflammatory properties that, the researchers believe, could be harnessed to stave off stress. The findings were published in the journal...

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