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In one experimental study, researchers fed various doses of berberine to rats made to have high cholesterol levels. [Full Story]
In one experimental study, researchers fed various doses of berberine to rats made to have high cholesterol levels. [Full Story]
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Early studies suggested that in people with epilepsy, supplementing with taurine not only raised taurine levels in the spinal fluid but also lowered the high levels of glutamate. [Full Story]
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Based on the two natures of microglia, researchers have been looking for ways to make them switch from a destructive immune cell to a beneficial or reparative immune cell. [Full Story]
Unfortunately, the number of people getting extensive tattoos is increasing exponentially in the United States. [Full Story]
Studies of the retina have shown that glucosamine could significantly reduce the level of inflammatory cytokines and adhesion molecules. [Full Story]
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