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The Protective Effect of Nrf2 Activation in Cardiovascular Disease
The increased mortality of cardiovascular disease (CAD) has been linked with oxidative stress-related chronic inflammation. Current studies are focusing on the importance of reducing oxidative stressExpand
merging ayurvedic ashwagandha with traditional chinese medicine part 1 foundation in ashwagandha physiological effects clinical efficacy and properties
The systems of Ayurveda and TCM are juxtaposed, herein, to establish a parallel between the two systems and provide evidence to classify Ashwagandha in TCM accurately and establishes a methodology by which other relevant herbal medicines can be joined with Chinese medicine and classified under TCM categories and terms. Expand
fundamental factors affecting the development and function of the pediatric microbiome
A more sophisticated understanding of the role of the microbiome in health and disease can be achieved with studies that further characterize the functions of the microbiota and the host-microbe mechanistic interactions. Expand
An Overview of the Causes and Consequences ofMale Fertility Decline
Formulating awareness of the causes and consequences of male fertility decline is fundamental to stimulate more specific research regarding this urgent global health issue and the prevention and treatment ofmale fertility decline. Expand
Managing the F:B Ratio in DM; A Review of the Roleof Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes in Diabetes Mellitus
It was noted that alteration of gut bacteria to a more natural balance might reduce oxidative stress on the pancreas and enhance cell permeability glucose uptake, however, an inimical alteration in gut bacteria can spur the overgrowth of certain bacterial species that contribute to diabetes. Expand
Could Low-Dose Quinine Prevent or Treat Coronavirus Infection?
Two older, commonly prescribed malaria drugs—hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine—have not only been used for malaria but also autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Expand
An alternative medicine perspective on the role of the endocannabinoid system in the treatment of epilepsy
A large gap in epilepsy treatment -especially in refractory forms of childhood epilepsy- has led patients to seek alternative treatments, and emphasis has been given to phytocannabinoid treatment which has become more accepted. Expand
The Biocompatibility and Toxicity of Nanocarbon Onion-LikeFullerene (NOLF) Materials in Humans and Living Systems
Carbon fullerene materials have been investigated for applications in humans for nearly fifty years. Fullerene materials are composed of carbon atoms and are compatible with specific biologicalExpand