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Excess calcium may cause Parkison's disease

A new study has found excessive calcium levels in the brain are behind Parkinson's disease.The findings of the international team, led by the University of Cambridge, represent another step towards understanding how and why people develop Parkinson's.They ... Business Standard, 4 weeks ago

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Dr Reddy's recalls 80,000+ bottles of Atorvastatin from US

Dr Reddys Laboratories has initiated voluntary recall of over 80,000 bottles of its drugAtorvastatin Calcium Tablets10mg, 20mg and 40mg from the US market due to quality concerns.Atorvastatinis a drug that blocks the production of cholesterol and reduces its ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Fruits sprayed with calcium carbide seized, 3 arrested

Fruits sprayed with calcium carbide have been seized and three persons arrested from a market in Dimapur district in this connection, police said today.Calcium carbide, often sprayed or injected on fruits for its artificial ripening, is hazardous as it ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Calcium Supplements may be Associated With the Growth of Colon Polyps

Growth of colon polyps may be associated with intake of calcium and vitamin D supplements. These polyps are usually non-cancerous.
 Med India2 weeks ago Health Benefits Of Paneer  Asia Net India3 weeks ago Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk  Business Standard2 months ago Calcium, vitamin D supplements not harmful for older people  Prokerala2 months ago

Are you consuming these rich sources of Calcium?

Are you consuming these rich sources of Calcium?
 Current News India1 month ago Fruit Flies Avoid Foods Rich in Calcium  Med India2 months ago
Asia Net India

Foods Rich In Calcium

1. Seeds Seeds like poppy seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and chia seeds are high in calcium. 2. Cheese Parmesan cheese and other varieties of cheese are excellent sources of calcium. 3. Yogurt Yogurt is also a natural source of calcium and 245 grams of ...
 Asia Net India1 month ago

New Insight into How Calcium Accumulate in the Blood Vessels

Mechanism behind the accumulation of calcium compounds in the blood vessels, arteries and veins, has been identified. Findings may aid diagnosis and prevention
 Med India1 month ago

Calcium Phosphate Present in the Body can be Used to Treat Cancer

Biomineral found in the bones can now be heated up with radio waves to destroy cancer cells finds a new study.
 Med India1 month ago

Experts Develop New Safer Alternative to Kill Cancer Cells

Scientists at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences have succeeded in turning nanoparticles of calcium phosphate into fully biodegradable radio frequency agents.
 Med India1 month ago New safer alternative to kill cancer cells developed  Prokerala1 month ago
Asia Net India

Bitter Gourd For Glowing Skin

Bitter gourd contains vitamin C, iron, beta-carotene, potassium, magnesium, calcium, etc., which are actually good for the body and skin. As for the skin, bitter gourd helps in treating acne because of its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, ...
 Asia Net India2 months ago
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