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Beyond prevention: Sulforaphane may find possible use for cancer therapy

(Oregon State University) New research has identified one of the key cancer-fighting mechanisms for sulforaphane, and suggests that this much-studied phytochemical found in broccoli and other foods ma...

Nutrition: The whole cereal grain is more informative than cereal fibre

A massive prospective study that assessed the association between consumption of cereals and mortality has concluded that cereal fibre is a component of whole grains that is potentially protective. Th...

Sulforaphane may find possible use for cancer therapy

New research has identified one of the key cancer-fighting mechanisms for sulforaphane, and suggests that this much-studied phytochemical may be able to move beyond cancer prevention and toward therap...

A gap year does not weaken study success

(Academy of Finland) A gap year between high school and the start of university studies does not weaken young people's enthusiasm to study or their overall performance once the studies have commenced....

Reporting Bias Rife in Antidepressant Studies for Anxiety

The majority of studies examining antidepressant efficacy for the treatment of anxiety disorders judged by the FDA to be positive are published, but it's a different story for nonsignificant studies. ...

New studies fail to find cardiovascular risk with testosterone therapy

Two studies scheduled for presentation at the American College of Cardiology's 64th Annual Scientific Session in San Diego failed to find a connection between testosterone therapy in men and heart pro...

Gap year does not weaken study success, study suggests

A gap year between high school and the start of university studies does not weaken young people’s enthusiasm to study or their overall performance once the studies have commenced. On the other hand,...

E-cigarettes Aren’t Benign, Suggest Many Recent Studies

A slew of new studies detailed at the 2015 American Thoracic Society International Conference in Denver, Colorado this week are raising concerns about e-cigarettes (electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs). ...

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Screening of Rubiaceae and Apocynaceae extracts for mosquito larvicidal potential.

Rubiaceae and Apocynaceae families are well known for the expression of cyclotides having insecticidal properties. Leaves and flowers extracts of plants from the families Rubiaceae (Ixora coccinea) an...

A new ent-kaurane diterpenoid from Ixora amplexicaulis.

A new ent-kaurane diterpenoid, 6α,16α-dihyroxy-ent-kaurane (1), was isolated from the stems of Ixora amplexicaulis, together with (24R)-6β-hydroxy-24-ethyl-cholest-4-en-3-one (2), 7β-hydroxysitost...

Symphonia globulifera, a Widespread Source of Complex Metabolites with Potent Biological Activities.

Symphonia globulifera has been widely used in traditional medicine and has therefore been subjected to several phytochemical studies in the American and African continents. Interestingly, some dispari...

Review on Polygonum minus. Huds, a commonly used food additive in Southeast Asia.

Polygonum minus (Polygonaceae), generally known as 'kesum' in Malaysia is among the most commonly used food additive, flavoring agent and traditionally used to treat stomach and body aches. Raw or coo...

A pharmacological and phytochemical overview on Satureja.

Satureja (Lamiaceae) species are used as flavoring compounds in food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries because of its sweetness and simple cultivation characteristics. They have traditionally b...

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