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Medications commonly prescribed for schizophrenia linked to cognitive impairment

28 days ago   |   By News Medical

Writing in the May 14, 2021 issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, a multi-institution team of scientists led by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine report that medications commonly prescribed to reduce the severity of physical and mental health symptoms associated with schizophrenia may have a cumulative effect of worsening cognitive function in patients.
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Researchers report promising biotherapeutics for obesity and related medical complications

28 days ago   |   By News Medical

The research teams at the University of Hong Kong led by Professor Xuechen LI from the Research Division for Chemistry and Department of Chemistry, and Professor Yu WANG from the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, reported a synthetic biotherapeutics with promising anti-tumor, insulin sensitising and hepatoprotective activities in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
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Nestlé a 'Wellness Company'? 70% of Products Are Junk Food

In recent decades, the food system has dramatically changed, which in turn has impacted food safety and human health. Company documents from Nestlé, one of the largest food... Read more ...

Researchers Discover New Mechanisms of Obesity, Hypertension

Researchers Discover New Mechanisms of Obesity, Hypertension

Research done by Cristina Garcia-Caceres' group at Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen has revealed that obese mice do not increase the amount of blood vessels in the hypothalamus when... Read more ...

Europe officially launches covid "vaccine passports" after clueless media...

Europe officially launches covid "vaccine passports" after clueless media dismissed the idea as a "conspiracy theory"

For months, the mainstream media has been decrying the idea of Wuhan coronavirus “vaccine passports” as some kind of wild conspiracy theory drummed up by “science deniers.” But... Read more ...

Rhodes College announces plan to profile and discriminate against...

Rhodes College announces plan to profile and discriminate against unvaccinated students, fine them $3,000 per year

Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee just released a new policy of segregation for the Fall 2021 semester. Rhodes College will violate the medical privacy of their students and... Read more ...

SAME PLAYBOOK: In 1983, Fauci tried to spread mass hysteria over AIDS...

SAME PLAYBOOK: In 1983, Fauci tried to spread mass hysteria over AIDS, claiming it could be spread through "casual contact"

America's fakest “doctor,” Anthony Fauci, has a disease. And that disease is demarcated by a fear of other human beings, a fear of intimacy, and a narcissistic desire to impose... Read more ...

Eating Behaviors and Diet Quality in Chinese Preschoolers with and without...

To compare mealtime behaviors and diet quality in Chinese preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder and typically developing preschoolers in Hong Kong. Read more ...

Trends of Dyslipidemia in Korean Youth According to Sex and Body Mass Index...

To assess trends of dyslipidemia among youth, we investigated secular trends in serum lipid levels from 2007 to 2018 and the current prevalence of dyslipidemia in Korean... Read more ...

Top 9 Cinnamon spice Nutrition facts, Medicinal properties and Health benefits

Cinnamon spice is one of the highest antioxidant value foods in the plant kingdom. It contains many active principles that are known to have antioxidant, disease control... Read more ...

Author of "Inspired by Nature, Proven by Science" obliterates the myths...

Author of "Inspired by Nature, Proven by Science" obliterates the myths about sunscreen lotions and reveals natural skin cancer treatment that causes cancer cells to commit suicide

Who's ready for the facts and the science about sunscreen lotions and their effect on the body, plus natural alternatives that can repair damaged skin by programming cancer... Read more ...

State acts to protect public from poisonous mushrooms; certification...

State acts to protect public from poisonous mushrooms; certification required in 2022

A new law in New Hampshire will require people who make money from wild mushrooms to become certified under a licensing program designed to decrease poisonings. Gov. Chris... Read more ...