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Nano-Iron Supplement to Treat Anaemia Wins Top RSC Award
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Nano-Iron Supplement to Treat Anaemia Wins Top RSC Award

Researchers at the Medical Research Council's Human Nutrition Research Unit HNR have developed a new oral iron supplement that uses nanotechnology to mimic the natural structure of dietary iron. The nano-iron supplement, called IHAT aims to treat ... Labmate Online, 1 month ago

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Will The U.S. National Academy Of Sciences Fumble Its Reassessment Of GMOs?

The National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences held two days of discussions on the controversial issue of crop biotechnology as it collects information for a spring 2016 report. The ad-hoc committee of 18 scientists is pledged to ...
 Forbes.com1 month ago GLP's Jon Entine cautions National Academy of Sciences about views of anti-science NGOs  American Enterprise Institute1 month ago
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Low Vitamin D Levels Not Likely Cause of Type 2 Diabetes

Low levels of vitamin D are unlikely to cause type 2 diabetes, new research suggests. The findings were published online October 1 in Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology by Zheng Ye, PhD, of the MRC Epidemiologic Unit, University of Cambridge School ...
 Medscape3 weeks ago New study challenges claims that low vitamin D causes type 2 diabetes  Medical News Today3 weeks ago Vitamin D deficiency, type 2 diabetes development lack causal relation  Orthopedics Today3 weeks ago

U.S.-India Health Cooperation

Washington, DC September 30, 2014 Our partnership on health ranges from research and development of vaccines to implementation of disease detection centers. Both the United States and India support cutting edge research in health and our ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago

Purdue Dedicates Building for Health Research, Training, Patient Services

[September 23, 2014] (Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., Sept. 23 -- Purdue University issued the following news release: On Friday (Sept. 26) Purdue University will dedicate Lyles-Porter ...
 TMC Net1 month ago

NEC Society Launches to Protect Babies from Leading Cause of Infant Death

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With October being Infant Loss Awareness month, parents, clinicians, and researchers are launching the NEC Society, a non-profit dedicated to protecting babies from necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). NEC ...
 TickerTech.com3 weeks ago

Meet the Researcher Who Thinks Cancer Can be Prevented—Even Reversed—Through Diet

T. Colin Campbell has set off a war with the food industry. He says the CIA has shown up at his door with questions. Colleagues have warned him not to pursue his controversial research findings. One of his professional organizations considered ...
 AlterNet.org2 days ago Legendary Food Researcher Links Consuming Animal Products to Cancer -- Picking a Major War with the Food Industry  AlterNet.org3 days ago Can Cancer Be Prevented—And Even Cured—Through Diet? This Scientist Is Convinced It Can  AlterNet.org1 day ago

Creative Edge Nutrition Lawyers Up To Fight Town Council

News that the Lakewood Town Council and some residents of the Ontario municipality are strongly opposing the operation of Creative Edge Nutrition Inc. (OTCPINK: FITX) in their town has prompted the medical marijuana company to lawyer up in an ...
 4 Traders1 week ago

Fieldwork North Korea: Observations of daily life on the ground inside the country 北朝鮮での「フィールドワーク」 現場で観察する日常生活

This paper uses observations collected on the ground inside North Korea to argue that everyday life matters when researching North Korea and that one method of carrying out such research is to travel there as a tourist. Keywords North Korea, ...
 Japan Focus2 weeks ago

Mice in Bion-M 1 Space Mission: Training and Selection

Abstract After a 16-year hiatus, Russia has resumed its program of biomedical research in space, with the successful 30-day flight of the Bion-M 1 biosatellite (April 19May 19, 2013). The principal species for biomedical research in this project ...
 Plosone.org2 months ago
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