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Sodium nitrite salt intake found to increases blood flow

...els in the muscles increased. "This has led to an avalanche of work," says Gladwin, who this week hosts an NIH meeting where scientists will compare nitrite research. High dosage levels of sodium nitrite is used as an antidote for cyanide poisoning, but at high levels sodium nitrite can become toxic. A case o...

Future of Canadian Medical Association Journal Threatened

...ssal of Dr Hoey and the senior deputy editor. An avalanche of resignations and international condemnation followed their dismissal. The fallout proved to be unplanned when it became clear that the Association did not have any planned interim editor. More importantly Canada’s top medical researchers, doctor...

Having Kids at Home Fatten Up Mom and Dad?

...onsume a lot of saturated fat which can cause an// avalanche of diseases. In an American family with kids around, parents tend to eat more and put on more weight, proves a recent study done in the U.S. Eating habits are grossly different in adults who live with children that those who live without children ...

Key Science Web Sites Buried in Information Avalanche

...ites are in danger of becoming buried in the sheer avalanche of facts// now available online. Key science sites are failing to register in the top 30 Google search results. New research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) clearly shows that anyone using the Web to make their information...

Arcoxia Slammed –Nothing Better Than Vioxx Says FD

... heart attacks and strokes. This move triggered an avalanche of lawsuits and a nosedive for Merck's stock prices. Yet, despite safety concerns in the United States, Arcoxia is still on sale in 63 other countries. Merck officials have confirmed that they intend to keep working to get it on the U.S. market. ...

A new century of Alzheimer's disease research

...eserve to Mayo Clinic’s campus in Jacksonville. An avalanche of confirmatory studies was soon published, and the Alzheimer’s research world quickly turned its attention to figuring out ways to disrupt AB production. Some researchers, such as Dr. Younkin, believed that in the brains of people who have Alzheimer...

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