Lower Serum Zinc and Higher CRP Strongly Predict Prenatal Depression and Physio-somatic Symptoms, Which All Together Predict Postnatal Depressive Symptoms
- Psychology, MedicineMolecular Neurobiology
Prenatal depression was predicted by lower zinc and lifetime history of depression, anxiety, and premenstrual tension syndrome (PMS) and postnatal depressive symptoms are predicted by prenatal depression, physio-somatic symptoms, zinc and CRP.
Relationships among Inorganic Arsenic, Nutritional Status CpG Methylation and microRNAs: A Review of the Literature
- MedicineEpigenetics insights
A comprehensive summary of findings from human, rodent, and in vitro studies highlighting interactive relationships among environmental exposure to arsenic, nutrition, and the epigenome is provided.
Modulation of Hydrogen Peroxide-Induced Oxidative Stress in Rats by Deep Root Herbal Mixture®—A Nigerian Branded Polyherbal Drug
In a dose-dependent manner, DRHM reversed the hematological status and attenuated oxidative damage to hepatic tissues likely by enhancing antioxidant defense system and the polyherbal drug was shown to be tolerable up to 10 ml/kg.
Protective effects of sodium selenite and selenium nanoparticles against experimental colon carcinogenesis in mice
Multivitamin Supplementation Supports Immune Function and Ameliorates Conditions Triggered By Reduced Air Quality
Dietary supplementation can help to restore immune function to the normal range, and an antioxidant-containing multivitamin supplement has been shown to ameliorate the symptoms of sick building syndrome and diarrhoea.
A review on pistachio: Its composition and benefits regarding the prevention or treatment of diseases
It seems that the pistachio may have antiinflammatory,anti-diabetic, anti-hyperlipidemia, and anti-proliferation effects and may be recommended for the prevention, improvement, or treatment of diseases such as diabetes, CVD, inflammatory bowel disease (IBS), cancer, and MS.
Antioxidant and phytochemical properties of Carpobrotus edulis (L.) bolus leaf used for the management of common infections in HIV/AIDS patients in Eastern Cape Province
- MedicineBMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Both aqueous and ethanol were found to be the best solvents for antioxidant activity in C. edulis leaves and the inhibitory effect of the extracts on free radicals may justify the traditional use of this plant in the management of common diseases in HIV/AIDs patients in Eastern Cape Province.
Antioxidant intake among Brazilian adults - The Brazilian Osteoporosis Study (BRAZOS): a cross-sectional study
- MedicineNutrition journal
The results of the present study should lead to the development of public health policies that encourage educational strategies for improving the intake of micronutrients, which are essential to overall health and prevention of non-communicable diseases.
Allosteric modulation of 5-HT1A receptors by zinc: Binding studies
- Biology, ChemistryNeuropharmacology