Tag Archives: molecular mechanisms

Immunity in Society: Diverse Solutions to Common Problems

Simon A. Babayan & David S. Schneider PLos Biology Abstract Understanding how organisms fight infection has been a central focus of scientific research and medicine for the past couple of centuries, and a perennial object of trial and error by … Continue reading

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Avoid This Food to Help Slow Aging

Dr. Mercola Mercola Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) are a complex group of compounds formed when sugar reacts with amino acids. This can occur both in the food you eat, and inside your body. It’s is a fitting acronym because … Continue reading

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Is Our Health Determined By Our Genes?

Dr. Frank Lipman Huffington Post Your mom had breast cancer, dad had high blood pressure. Seems inevitable that you’re headed for both — or are you? Are bad genes really destiny or are they flexible, modifiable, even changeable? The answers … Continue reading

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