Julie Zecevic

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Fatty acid differences, including docosahexaenoic acid (DHA; 22:6n-3) have been shown in the brains of Alzheimer's patients (AD) as compared with normal age-matched individuals. Furthermore, low serum DHA is a significant risk factor for the development of AD. The relative concentration of DHA and other fatty acids, however, in the plasma of AD patients(More)
The purpose of this double-blind study was to investigate the influence of exercise on the FA profile of the nonesterified FA (NEFA) and phospholipid fractions in plasma of sedentary women supplemented with n−3 FA vs. women supplemented with oil containing no n−3 FA. Twenty sedentary, premenopausal women were randomly assigned to receive 12 capsules daily(More)
The occurrence of idiopathic aseptic necrosis of bone in multiple sites has been studied in persons who have had medical treatment for excessive consumption of alcohol. The incidence was 5.3% in 1157 such persons and there were 92 different sites in 62 patients. There were 82 lesions affecting the femoral head, 46 in the left hip and 36 in the right. In 10,(More)
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