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Supplements and Poison Control-3/21/12

( aapcc.org ) - The U.S. National Poison Data System has published its 2010 annual report on poisonings. There are 60 billion doses of vitamin and mineral supplements taken per year in the USA, with zero fatalities reported. Of all reports made to ...

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The Behavior of Fat Tissue With Calorie Restriction-3/14/12

Less fat tissue is unambiguously good for you over the long term, and one side effect of calorie restriction is the loss of excess fat tissue - but that is only a side effect. More interesting stuff is going on at the level of cells and their mechanisms: "...

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Potential for Combating Loss of Muscle Mass-3/11/12

(FightAging.org) - Mice with the myostatin gene removed grow more muscle, and researchers have been looking into therapies for muscle wasting based on this mechanism ...

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Correcting Human Mitochondrial Mutations-3/11/12

ScienceDaily — Researchers at the UCLA stem cell center and the departments of chemistry and biochemistry and pathology and laboratory medicine have identified, for the first time, a generic way to correct mutations in human mitochondrial DNA by targeti...

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Reversing Baldness with Stem Cells-3/6/12

Mice with the myostatin gene removed grow more muscle, and researchers have been looking into therapies for muscle wasting based on this mechanism for a number of years. Here is another confirmation that myostatin is involved in age-related changes in musc...

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Robotic Surgery May be Costlier but Safer-3/4/12

(Reuters) - Patients who have robot-assisted surgeries on their kidneys or prostate have shorter hospital stays and a lower risk of having a blood transfusion or dying -- but the bill is significantly higher, a study found. The analysis, which appeared...

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Better Balance Means Less Accidents-3/4/12

(Reuters) - Dick Sandhaus, a healthy and fit 62-year old, says he never gave his balance a thought until he lost it. A wicked sprained ankle was the result. Now he practices balancing for a few minutes each day and urges his fellow baby boomers to do t...

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Can You Build a Human Body?-3/1/12

(BBC News) - Technology has always strived to match the incredible sophistication of the human body. Now electronics and hi-tech materials are replacing whole limbs and organs in a merger of machine and man. Later this year a team of researchers will...

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Aging of Eyes Is Blamed for Range of Health Woes-2/19/12

THE HYPOTHESIS Ellen Weinstein The aging eye filters out blue light, affecting circadian rhythm and health in older adults. THE INVESTIGATORS Dr. Martin Mainster and Dr. Patricia Turner, University of Kansas School of ...

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Omega-3s Linked to Slower Eye Sight Loss in People with Retinal Disease: Study-2/13/12

(NUTRAingredients.com) - Omega-3s linked to slower eye sight loss in people with retinal disease: Study - by Stephen Daniells. A diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids in combination with vitamin A supplements may slow the decline in eye sight in people with...

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