Newly discovered proteins linked to lower risk of heart failure, heart attacks or stroke.

The University of San Francisco has published a new study in the European Heart Journal specifying that proteins, (GDF11 and

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Vitamin deficiency linked to Multiple Sclerosis through genetic analysis

Prior studies have determined a link between vitamin D deficiency and metabolic sclerosis. A new study from McGill University in

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Neonicotinoids discovered in a little more than half of both urban and agricultural streams in the United Sates and Puerto Rico

A new study released by USGS, published in the Environmental Chemistry journal, has determined pervasive neonicotinoid pesticide contamination in more

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Jumping gene linked to cancer

Several new studies have explored the link between jumping genes (transposons) and the ability to cause cancer in the body,

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Six companies fined for selling imported fruits and vegetables with illegal pesticide residues. California Department of Pesticide Regulation issues fines.

The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) has an extensive pesticide monitoring program. The program analyzes 3,500 samples, of 170

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Multiple sclerosis may be caused by a high intake of salt. Salt major risk factor.

A new study published by the University of Vermont in Burlington in the FASEB journal has specified that high salt

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Anxiety and depression caused by intestinal bacteria.

A new study by the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute, published in the journal of Nature Communications, has revealed

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