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A recent study showed that children and adolescents with low vitamin D levels had increased sensitivity to 11 out of 17 allergens that were tested, including both environmental and food allergens. So, for anyone with an allergic child, increasing their … Continue reading
Earlier studies had shown that mice raised in germ-free environments have poorly developed immune systems, but no mechanism had been revealed by which bacteria help to develop and maintain the immune system, until now. In ground-breaking research, molecules on the … Continue reading
Researchers have discovered that a cocktail of ingredients obtained from common food supplements effectively forestalls major aspects of the aging process in mice. The study found that a complex mix of supplement-derived ingredients offset the decline in physical activity of … Continue reading
The FDA has announced that it is to demand stronger warnings on TNF blockers – the drugs taken by many with Crohn’s disease and other inflammatory diseases – to reflect new information about the increased risk of cancer in children … Continue reading