The role of egg consumption in the risk of stroke and coronary heart disease has come under scrutiny over many years. Since eggs are a major source of dietary cholesterol, … Continue Reading Eating one egg per day associated with a 12% reduced risk of stroke.
A major hallmark of aging, and a key driver for the onset of age-related pathophysiologies across multiple species, including primates, is the disruption of cellular redox homeostatic mechanisms that protect … Continue Reading Boosting levels of known antioxidant may help resist age-related decline.
Free radicals are especially reactive atoms or groups of atoms that have one or more unpaired electrons. They are produced in the body as a by-product of normal metabolism and … Continue Reading New findings on the free radical theory of aging and mitochondrial damage.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina have used exosomes, tiny bubbles of protein and fat produced naturally by cells, to bypass the body’s defenses and deliver a potent antioxidant … Continue Reading Researchers utilize natural exosomes to deliver Parkinson’s treatment directly to brain.
Oxidative stress has become a major topic; not only is it implicated in many diseases, it may even be one of their causes. Other environmental influences besides UV radiation can … Continue Reading Researchers use precision medicine to prove the effectiveness of Vitamin E as an antioxidant.
Researchers have known that transplanted human umbilical cord cells (HUCBCs) can have a restorative effect on the brain and brain function following a stroke. However, just how the cells exert … Continue Reading Precision medicine used to counteract oxidative stress in stroke animal model.
A study by researchers from the University of Granada, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Columbia University has provided new data on the Q10 coenzyme (CoQ10), a molecule which is synthesized … Continue Reading Researchers uncover more about the enzymatic pathways of the elusive mitochondria.