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Vitamin Extends Life in Yeast, Dartmouth Medical School Researchers Find

...ot yet, but a Dartmouth discovery that a cousin of niacin prolongs lifespan in yeast brings the tantalizing possibility a step closer. The research, reported in the May 4 issue of Cell, shows how a new vitamin extends lifespan in yeast cells, much like calorie restriction does in animals. It could pave t...

Vitamin Extends Life in Yeast, Dartmouth Medical School Researchers Find

...ot yet, but a Dartmouth discovery that a cousin of niacin prolongs lifespan in yeast brings// the tantalizing possibility a step closer. The research, reported in the May 4 issue of Cell, shows how a new vitamin extends lifespan in yeast cells, much like calorie restriction does in animals. It could pave ...

Niacin Safe for Diabetics

...ng runs counter to previous research, which showed niacin adversely affects blood sugar levels in diabetics....dy we evaluated the tolerance and effectiveness of niacin at low doses. The low-dose treatment, which works by lowering triglyceride levels and increasing le...

Simvastatin Plus Niacin May Lower Heart Risks

...he cholesterol drug simvastatin with the B vitamin niacin lowers the risk of heart attack and other artery-d...utting LDL with a statin drug and raising HDL with niacin could potentially double the benefits for at-risk patients. And since low HDL may reflect an antioxi...

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