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Research on HIV takes new direction

... therapy, we believe that certain sites - like the rev intersection site - are promising and underutilized targets for anti-HIV drug design. Aminoglycoside antibiotics have not been used to treat HIV because of their side effects and inefficiency in preventing the spread of the virus, Tor said. Guanidin...

Immune System Gets Boosted By Seasonal Allergies

...cancer. // "It appears that allergies and asthma rev up the immune system," said Michael Scheurer, the study's lead author. "They seem to produce enough inflammation in the brain to keep immune system cells active and working to prevent cancer from beginning to develop.", reports foodconsumer.org. T...

Burn Away Calories In Your Garden

...// that there’s nothing like a bit of gardening to rev up your metabolism. Dr. Julie Roth of the Wellness Institute at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago says that the best benefit of gardening is that exercise that you get when you bend down at your knees. "It's going to give you a good way to ...

Adults Who Go to Bed Lonely Get Stress Hormone Boost Next Morning

... the body on a day-to-day basis that it is time to rev up to deal with loneliness and other negative experiences, according to Northwestern University’s Emma K. Adam, the lead investigator of the study. The study, “Day-to-day experience-cortisol dynamics,” were published online the week of Oct. 30 by t...

Beta Carotene Pills Do Not Remedy Age-related Macular Degeneration

... or supplements of beta carotene, though proven to rev up eyesight, can do precious little to assist the 65 and above who suffer age related macular degeneration. This disease makes it difficult to read, drive or even recognize faces. During the study, researchers followed data pertaining to 21,000 mal...

Scientists Identify "master Switch" for Brown Fat in Mice

...ng obesity. The researchers are now planning to rev up the control in mice and overfeed them to see if they are resistant to becoming obese. "Brown fat is present in mice and in human infants, where it keeps them warm by dissipating food energy as heat, instead of storing it as white fat," said Dr. ...

Scientists Identified Obesity Control Switch

...sity. The investigators said their next step is to rev up the control in mice and overfeed them to see if they are resistant to becoming obese. "Brown fat is present in mice and in human infants, where it keeps them warm by dissipating food energy as heat, instead of storing it as white fat," said Spieg...

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