Friday, January 24, 2020
Recent research revealed that gut bacteria play an important role in preventing food allergies. In previous research, it was discovered that the gut bacteria of babies suffering from cow’s milk allergy were clearly different from those of healthy babies. This encouraged them to identify the difference and to verify if the...
Brain cells that seem to be regulating the future food consumption by conserving memories of the previous meal have been recognized by a team of researchers. The research lends backing to the notion of enhancing meal memories as an approach to managing overeating. The primary study proposes a role for...
New research from the UPenn’s (University of Pennsylvania) Vet (School of Veterinary Medicine) has recognized an FDA-granted drug, which when used along with surgery, hinders metastasis in an animal model. The research team found that the medication resperine also avoids TEVs (tumor-derived extracellular vesicles) from mixing with healthy cells...
According to a latest study, the community of living bacteria, or in other words, "microbiome" existing in the cervix of a woman might constitute the primary reason behind her risk of developing cervical cancer. In order to conduct this study, researchers have used analysis of genes in order to...