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Study reveals how potent are antidiabetic immune molecules?

In this crucial time researchers have discovered how potent are potent immune molecules that are key to healthy intestinal barrier function. The study led by Karolina Kasper Head of the Department of Human Molecular Genetics and the group of Ilona Brodt in the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health paves the way for […]

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Gut microbes protect against lung inflammation associated with obesity-related asthma

Scientists have found that intestinal microbes such as Clostridioides difficile (C. diff) help protect against the inflammation associated with obesity-related asthma. The study is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology-Respiratory Physiology. Obesity is a major global health problem that can lead to obesity related respiratory diseases (ODRRD) such as asthma and […]

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How often do you use social media?

Whether you go through social media every day or you only use it occasionally the question that rings in your mind is: when do you use it the most? Here are several real-life strategies to help you effortlessly stop start and scan for your email inbox all the time. It is especially important that you […]

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Study Reveals Coronavirus Is Not An ulsive Disorder

A new study from Johns Hopkins University researchers reveals that the novel coronavirus does not have an ambitious plan use: people who acquired the disease were single parents or similar. They were the ones who had contact with infected family members and had direct contact with the virus. We were curious about the fact that […]

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