Archive Monthly Archives: June 2013

Progress on TB?

Orthomolecular News Service: Progress with TB or a Return to the Dark Ages? by Steve Hickey, PhD and William B. Grant, PhD Tuberculosis (TB) was formerly one of the most devastating scourges of mankind

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Resveratrol increases lifespan in the honeybee

The lifespan extension effects of resveratrol are conserved in the honey bee and may be driven by a mechanism related to caloric restriction Abstract Our interest in healthy aging and in evolutionarily

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Normal adaptations to exercise despite protection against oxidative stress

Important paper which provides strong evidence against the hypothesis that antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E, block the physiological adaptations to exercise. These adaptations include greater insulin

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Antioxidants and Skeletal Muscle Performance: “Common Knowledge” vs. Experimental Evidence

Antioxidants and Skeletal Muscle Performance: “Common Knowledge” vs. Experimental Evidence Antioxidants are assumed to provide numerous benefits, including better health, a reduced rate of aging, and

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N-acetylcysteine Reverses Cardiac Dysfunction Caused by Behavioral Stress.

This was news to me, but severe emotional stress can cause heart problems severe enough to put you in the hospital. Most of the patients were older, in their 60s, and most were women. The following excerpt

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