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A Brief study about Alzheimer’s Disease and Stem Cell

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most prevalent kind of dementia, characterised by a rapid deterioration in one’s ability to retain memories, think coherently, and eventually function independently. The processes responsible for maintaining normal protein composition begin to deteriorate with age, causing several alterations in the human body. The Alzheimer’s Society promotes the advancement of stem…
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May 3, 2022 0

The Postprandial Thermic Effects of Diet Induced Thermogenesis in Congenic Lean and Obese LA/Ntul//-Cp Rats

This study adds crucial new insights and avenues to understanding and investigating the thermogenic effects of diet and diet-induced thermogenesis, as well as their potential contributions to energy balancing mechanisms. Diet-induced thermogenesis has been proposed to account for up to 15% of the caloric content of a meal and to decline with age and obesity.…
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March 21, 2022 0

The Metabolic Effects of Aging, Phenotype and Carbohydrate Feeding on Caloric Efficiency and Adiposity in the LA/Ntul//-Cp Rat

The goal of this work was to see if the decreased responses to diet in the obese phenotype were connected with corresponding alterations in CE, which could be correlated with the increased adiposity associated with the (-cp) trait. Obesity develops at 5 to 6 weeks of age in the obese phenotype of the LA/Ntul/-cp (corpulent)…
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March 21, 2022 0

Study of the Effects of Gold and Cerium Dioxide Nanoparticles on Normal and Cancer Cells and Tissues

 The goal of the study was to look at the effects of gold nanoparticles (AuNP) on the male rat reproductive system, as well as the influence of cerium dioxide nanoparticles (CeO2NP) on the testes and fertility in ageing male rats, using xenografts and cell culture models. The presence of a polydispersed colloidal AuNP (10-50 nm)…
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March 19, 2022 0

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) and Genomics Imbalance to Risk Oxidative Stress Following Environmental Stress: Molecular Vitality for Prediction and Prevention

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is one of the most costly health problems, requiring individualised preventative systems that include a variety of pharmacological alternatives. It manifests itself in a variety of ways as a result of risk factors (such as smoking, a high-fat diet, alcohol, stress, and sedentary behaviour) that can lead to microvascular dysfunction (e.g., artery…
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January 29, 2022 0

Evaluation of the Resistance to Cracking of Paint and Varnish Coatings

The method of assessing the crack resistance of coatings is discussed in this chapter. The influence of the substrate’s porosity on the coatings’ crack resistance has been proven. The approach based on the ratio between the crack length upon indentation of the Vickers indenter and the fracture toughness is presented to evaluate the resistance of…
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January 15, 2022 0

Recent Development and Studies: Skin Resurfacing and Face-Lift in the Same Surgical Procedure

When doing a Facelift, we focus primarily on skin laxity; but, to completely rejuvenate a patient’s face, we must also consider skin quality. Incorporating any type of Laser procedure with a Facelift will address the patient’s sagging, wrinkles, open pores, blemishes, scars, and other concerns. The main goal of this research was to find the…
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July 26, 2021 0

A Recent Approach: Melatonin Avoids Anatomofunctional Changes Associated to Aging in a Rat Model

Melatonin is a hormone produced predominantly by the pineal gland and released at night. Its secretion has a circadian pattern, peaking at night. Melatonin is a natural hormone that has a circadian cycle in humans, and its levels rise during the night. Its secretion begins about three months of age and continues to increase during…
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March 17, 2021 0

Counteracting Ageism and Learning about Aging through Early Children’s Literature

Worldwide, life expectancy is rising. In general, people are not prepared for this long life and have ageist attitudes that hinder exploiting the “dividend of longevity” they have been granted. This improved longevity stresses the need to combat ageism and plan for the later years of life. The children of today are the older adults…
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December 23, 2020 0

Importance of Diet, Genetic and Lifestyle on Human Aging, Health and Cognition

Several intrinsic/extrinsic factors will interfere in our body, deciding human health, lifespan, and cognitive impairment, from conception to old age. It has become clear in recent years that the ageing process is not only a matter of years of life, but also a result of a number of biological processes involving multicausal factors correlated with…
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December 19, 2020 0