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Inflammation (INACTIVE)

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  • To fight inflammation with food

     
    Inflammation -- a ramped-up immune system -- seems to be linked to chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, and even the very fact of aging. Some foods, it turns out, promote inflammation. Others damp it down. Shara Yurkiewicz,......
  • Milk thistle shows potential -- documented potential -- in helping cancer patients

     
    Good research on herbs and supplements is hard to come by -- and small wonder. The key ingredients aren't exactly new, being the product of nature rather than hefty research-and-development budgets, and are thus unlikely to yield much in the......
  • FDA panel recommends wider use for cholesterol-lowering drug Crestor

     
    A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended today that drug-maker AstraZeneca be allowed to expand the labeling on its cholesterol-lowering drug Crestor to include some people who do not have high cholesterol levels. That could allow as many...
  • Where do you stand on the vaccination debate?

     
    Readers come out in droves to debate the vaccinations verses autism controversy...
  • Those with less severe symptoms of celiac disease may be at a higher risk of death

     
    Those who suffer from celiac disease have much to contend with. The immune-related disorder causes digestive symptoms when gluten is eaten, making flour-based foods such as breads and pasta problematic. Eating gluten can injure the surface of the small...
  • Gene therapy could make more lungs available for transplants

     
    A new gene therapy procedure to restore function in lungs damaged during harvesting from donors could make more lungs available for transplanting, Canadian researchers said today. Currently, only about 15% of potential donor lungs are actually used...
  • A dim view of Light Relief's claims to relieve pain with LEDs

    A dim view of Light Relief's claims to relieve pain with LEDs
    Humans are light-sensitive beings. Whether it comes from the sun, a laser or a fluorescent bulb, light can affect our bodies and minds in ways that scientists are just beginning to understand. If you believe actor Robert Wagner, a little light can banish...
  • Curcumin's anti-inflammatory powers are unproven

    Curcumin's anti-inflammatory powers are unproven
    The products: Humans have long believed in an almost magical connection between strong flavors and good health. The burn from the hot pepper? It must be energizing the body. The pungent tang of a raw oyster? It must be energizing a very particular part of...
  • A life of honor, one day at a time

    A life of honor, one day at a time
    It happened again at a Taco Bell. The old way of thinking, the criminal voice, wouldn't shut up inside the head of Ken Layton. Yeah, take out that punk kid, beat the crap out of him, show that pimply faced idiot he ain't nothin' and you're still Folsom...
  • As Amy Winehouse shows, signs of emphysema can begin early

    As Amy Winehouse shows, signs of emphysema can begin early
    ENGLISH singer Amy Winehouse is no stranger to tabloid headlines -- routinely grabbing attention for her alleged drug use, brushes with the law, bizarre onstage behavior and curious fashion choices. Yet last week's disclosure that the 24-year-old has...
  • Outdoor buffs must exercise caution on smoggy days

    Outdoor buffs must exercise caution on smoggy days
    SMOG, shmog. Exercising outdoors is a way of life in Southern California, and die-hard runners, walkers, cyclists and skaters aren't going to let a brown layer of air stop them. But maybe they should. The Southland is heading into its roughest air...