Americans' Right to Access Natural Health Alternatives in Peril, Says Natural Health Freedom Movement
...nd the German Heart Center in Berlin. His research focused on the causes of arteriosclerosis
and cardiovascular disease.
In 1987, Dr. Rath discovered the connectio...marily caused by chronic deficiencies of micronutrients:
(the cause of coronary heart disease and stroke) High Blood Pressure ...
Mutant rats offer clues to medical mystery
...lzheimer's patients tend to be vitamin K-deficient, which opens up avenues for further study. "Could there be one mutation that explains osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis
and Alzheimer's? That would be huge," said Kohn.
"I think the pathway of the vitamin K cycle is underrated in terms of its importance to some of ...
American Dietetic Association Announces Agenda for Health Reform
... heart disease, cancer and stroke. Diet and nutrition also are factors in other chronic conditions such as pulmonary disease, diabetes, liver disease, arteriosclerosis
and kidney disease. However, many of these and other diseases are manageable if caught early, and even preventable.
"ADA's work also will focus ...
The Apo E Gene Diet--Preventing, Alzheimer's and Heart Disease, One Patient at a Time
...dy's Own Genes (Elite Books, 2007, $27.95).
McDonald's work is scientifically supported by research including that of Robert Krauss, MD, director, arteriosclerosis
Research, Children's Hospital, Oakland, CA, and cardiologist Robert Superko, MD, past director, Cholesterol, Genetics and Heart Disease Institute, San...
Moms With Alzheimer's May Pass on Risk to Kids
...ining overall good health will help protect brain health, she said.
"This includes checking for blood pressure, cholesterol levels, glucose levels, arteriosclerosis
and vascular damage in general, because improving cardiovascular health is particularly important to also promote brain health," Mosconi said. "If an ...
NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia physician-scientists present at ACC's 57th Annual Scientific Session
...er and professor of medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Heart transplant patients are more vulnerable to accelerated arteriosclerosis
in their transplanted heart than the general population. In one of the largest studies of its kind, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia researchers found th...
China's biotech industry: An Asian dragon is growing
...ients, including 60 foreigners, for a variety of conditions including Alzheimers disease, autism, brain trauma, cerebral palsy, diabetic diabetic foot arteriosclerosis
and spinal cord injury.
Because therapies using cells derived from the umbilical cord are considered a clinical technology in China, the State Foo...
Pomegranate juice may cut atherosclerosis risk in diabetics
...ranates have already been worked upon by Aviram and also has published his findings. He was the first to prove inhibition of cholesterol oxidation and arteriosclerosis
by consumption of red wine.
Decrease in risk of Alzheimer's disease, prostate cancer and heart disease by consuming pomegranate juice has alread...
Mandarin Oranges Reduce Liver Cancer Risk
...f chemical markers in the blood samples of people who consumed these fruits. These were the markers that were linked to a lower risk of liver disease, arteriosclerosis
and insulin resistance.
A second study also found that people with chronic hepatitis who drank mandarin juice had a lower risk of developing liv...
A New System Developed For Studying The Condition Of The Human Arterial System
...of the arterial system in humans by using diffuse logic.
Medical conditions involving loss of arterial elasticity, such as arteriosclerosis
and high blood pressure, are the main cause of human death and incapacity and one of its characteristics is that it is asymptomatic during its early s...
Arteriosclerosis in Medical Technology
Leading Cardiologist Joins Ontario Research Firm to Conduct New Clinical Trial on the Effect of Pantethine on Cholesterol Levels
...oral administration of Pantethine
has consistently shown an ability to favorably impact a variety of risk
factors in people with hypercholesterolemia, arteriosclerosis
The aim of the current trial is to confirm these results in a clinical
setting in North America where cardiovascular disease is the lead...
DVT Awareness Survey Findings: Heart and Respiratory Patients
as a much less significant threat.
* 60% of heart/respiratory patients rate cardiac issues (e.g., heart
disease, heart attack, arteriosclerosis
or CHF) as very significant
risk factors for DVT.
* Only 35% see pulmonary/respiratory disease (e.g., asthma, COPD or
Array BioPharma Reports New Clinical Data on Its Anti-Inflammatory
...nic obstructive pulmonary disease in the
lung, fibrotic disease in the liver and kidney, Crohn's disease in
the intestine, congestive hear failure and arteriosclerosis
arteries, among others. Currently, some of the most effective
treatments for these diseases are injectable protein therapeutics,
which have sig...
Arteriosclerosis in Medical Dictionary
Atherosclerosis is the condition in which an artery wall thickens as the result of a build-up of fatty materials such as cholesterol. It is a syndrome affecting arterial blood vessels, a chronic inflammatory response in the... Atherosclerosis is the most common form of arteriosclerosi...
... Cardiovascular disease : vascular disease · Circulatory system pathology (I70-I99, ... peripheral vascular disease . arteriosclerosis
... Peripheral vascular disease (PVD), also known as peripheral artery disease (PAD) or peripheral artery occlusive disease (PAOD), ...
Hardening Of The Arteries
... called arteriosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries . ... Fact sheet about atherosclerosis, the process in which plaque builds up on ... arteriosclerosis
is a general term for the thickening and hardening of arteries . ... Fact sheet about atherosclerosis, the process in which plaque builds up ...
...eart and circulation problems. Learn about the ... Organization promoting research and advancement in the treatment of atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis
worldwide. Users are required to register. ... dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of peripheral arterial diseases. Include...
Arteriosclerosis in Biological News
New research findings may enable earlier diagnosis of uterine cancer
...y and continuously produced in the cell, but excess amounts, which can damage the cell and the body's DNA, are associated with over 200 diseases, from arteriosclerosis
and dementia to rheumatism, cerebral haemorrhage and cancer. The studies carried out by Sandra Karlsson on human malignant tumours have confirmed that...
Phenolic compounds may explain Mediterranean diet benefits
...f the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
"It could be that the beneficial effect of the Mediterranean diet on cardiovascular disease and arteriosclerosis
depends on the synergistic effects of the different nutrients that constitute complete foods and, as an example, virgin olive oil is more than fat bec...
Scientists find that protein controls aging by controlling insulin
...tant mice lacking the Klotho gene appear normal until about 3 to 4 weeks old, and then begin showing signs of age, such as skin atrophy, osteoporosis, arteriosclerosis
and emphysema. The mice died prematurely at about two months.
For the current study, they created a second strain of mutant mice in which the Klot...
Study shows how retinoic acid enters a cell's nucleus
...ave shown that RA can help treat leukemia, head, neck and breast cancer. RA and its synthetic derivatives may also be useful in treatment of diabetes, arteriosclerosis
and emphysema. Unfortunately, conventional treatments using RA require high, toxic doses, and tumors can develop resistance to the treatment.
Arteriosclerosis in Biological Technology
Vical Licensee AnGes MG Files NDA in Japan for Collategene Angiogenesis Product
...ication (NDA) to MHLW (Japan) for HGF Gene Therapy (INN :
beperminogene perplasmid, Brand Name : Collategene) to treat Critical Limb
Ischemia (CLI) in arteriosclerosis
Obliterans (ASO) and Burger's disease,
on March 27, 2008.
HGF Gene Therapy is a product, where a gene which induces HGF protein
is injected to the i...