Category Archives: Epigenetics

Dairy Products Shown To Help Prevention Or Control Type 2 Diabetes

Dairy Products Shown To Help Prevention Or Control Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes type  2 is an all too common affliction: From the data at the Center For Disease Control [1], we estimate that approximately 2 million Americans have diabetes type 2 , and the numbers are growing. Drugs like Metformin, or supplementing the body’s natural insulin production by insulin injection are …Read the Rest

Common Bacteria Are Evaluated As New Possible Multiple Sclerosis Trigger

Common Bacteria Are Evaluated As New Possible Multiple Sclerosis Trigger

Research on  Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has pointed towards environmental causes, or triggers, to the auto-immune disease.  Most studies looked at infections of the Central Nervous System by viruses [1] such as the: Torque Teno virus, Epstein-Barr virus Human Herpes virus 6 As an illustration of the brain tissue lesions caused …Read the Rest

IN BRIEF: Autoimmune Risk From Vaccine Adjuvants Very Low, But There

IN BRIEF: Autoimmune Risk From Vaccine Adjuvants Very Low, But There

From the Lupus Journal [1]: “Giant cell arteritis and polymyalgia rheumatica after influenza vaccination: report of 10 cases” These 10 cases of inflammatory rheumatic diseases developed within 3 months of influenza vaccination (Inf-V). Clearly the vaccine was given to hundreds of millions worldwide, so this occurrence is very low indeed. Since that …Read the Rest

Understanding The Bacteria World In Our Bodies Is Critical To Our Health

Understanding The Bacteria World In Our Bodies Is Critical To Our Health

MND: This post is about an article in “sciencedaily” on the extraordinary world of bacteria in our body: Quoting:”…The human gut is filled with 100 trillion symbiotic bacteria — ten times more microbial cells than our own cells –..ten times more microbial cells than our own cells — representing close to one thousand …Read the Rest

Multiple Sclerosis: Study shows Chronic Cerebrospinal Vascular Insufficiency Is Not Associated with an Antigen Associated with Multiple Sclerosis Susceptibility

Multiple Sclerosis: Study shows Chronic Cerebrospinal Vascular Insufficiency Is Not Associated with an Antigen Associated with Multiple Sclerosis Susceptibility

MND: Is Multiple Sclerosis a result of Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) ? Controversy is on with partisans and detractors adamant and vociferous… See our previous posts on the CCSVI topic PART II of Experimental Treatments of Multiple Sclerosis: Focus on the CCSVI Procedure Multiple Sclerosis: Canadian based clinic accused …Read the Rest

Pollution: Heavy metals in road dust along an urban-rural gradient and why it matters…

Pollution: Heavy metals in road dust along an urban-rural gradient and why it matters…

MND:    This study from the Department of Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health shows that “…results indicate that roadway dust may be important sources of metals for runoff water and localized resuspended particulate matter…” MND: If you think that these do not matter, think again. Here is a link …Read the Rest

You Are What Your Father Ate, Too.. (ScienceDaily)

You Are What Your Father Ate, Too.. (ScienceDaily)

MND: Intriguing research on epigenetics: an article in ScienceDaily     has this key result: “…mice sired by fathers fed on a low-protein diet show distinct and reproducible changes in the activity of key metabolic genes in their livers…” Far reaching? You bet   “..Together, these results suggest rethinking basic practices in …Read the Rest

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