Researchers reduce the severity of hereditary deafness in mice with CRISPR

IAS News 2 January 2018 | 0 Comments

Hearing loss in mice with a form of progressive deafness has been slowed by a one-off treatment using the CRISPR genome editing method. This advance may lead to a treatment that aids to prevent hearing loss with certain inherited deafness.

Our body contains almost two copies of every gene, but in some situations a mutation in one of these copies ... Read More

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Can Young Stem Cells Make Older People Stronger?

IAS News 12 December 2017 | 0 Comments

Is it possible to age without growing fragile? One corporation believe that with the correct treatment the answer to this question could be yes. Clinical trials were published in October in the Journals of Gerontology, the company developing the therapy report that a solo infusion of mesenchymal stem cells from younger donors has no evident safety downsides for people with ... Read More

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Researchers Discover Inhibiting enzyme common to all mammals shows anti-aging potential

IAS News 5 December 2017 | 0 Comments

Researchers have discovered something new in the mission to extend the lifespan of mammals. Inhibiting a common enzyme found in all mammals, humans included, has been shown to prolong the lifecycle of creatures such as flies and worms. This suggests it could be a promising new mechanism for anti-aging therapies.

RNA Polymerase III (Pol III) is an enzyme known to ... Read More

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The Amish gene, living 10 years longer and avoiding diabetes

IAS News 17 November 2017 | 0 Comments

A gene variant that arose decades ago within an Amish community seems to make people live ten years longer, as well as making it less likely that they will develop diabetes.

The gene is called Serpine1, and is known to create a protein that promotes ageing, known as PA-1. However, a faulty variant of this gene was discovered six generations ... Read More

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How do you deal with the stress of everyday living?

IAS News 16 November 2017 | 0 Comments

“I am so stressed out!”

Whether we say it out loud, under our breath or in our heads – we all do it. We reach that point when we’ve had enough. We feel like we just can’t take it anymore.

When our bodies detect too much stress, we start to tense up and a series of reactions occur that affect ... Read More

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Science Reveals That Curcumin Removes Fluoride From the Brain

IAS News 14 November 2017 | 2 Comments

Fluoride is a mineral found in our water supply in varying amounts, depending on where you live. The mineral is often mentioned in dental health, which is said to prevent or reduce tooth decay.

Although, not everyone believes that fluoride is safe, but rather very capable of damaging the brain. Scientists from Harvard and published studies have brought up ... Read More

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Body Clock Scientists Win Nobel Prize

IAS News 2 October 2017 | 0 Comments

Three scientists who revealed how our bodies tell time have won the 2017 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine.

The body clock – or circadian rhythm – is the reason we want to sleep at night, but it also drives huge changes in behaviour and body function. The US scientists Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young will share the prize.

The Nobel ... Read More

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Could taking this popular diabetes drug be linked to a B12 deficiency?

IAS News 15 September 2017 | 0 Comments

Metformin is a popular diabetes treatment proven to reduce blood sugar levels and improve the body’s use of insulin. The ingredients work to lessen the amount of glucose produced by our livers and the amount absorbed through our stomachs.

Researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York collated data from the diabetes prevention program study, to investigate ... Read More

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Can-C Bringing Comfort To Your Contacts

IAS News 14 September 2017 | 0 Comments

Millions of people around the world wear contact lenses. Did you know that lactic acid can build-up behind your contact lens and lead to negative consequences?

Over-wearing contact lenses can result in damage from lactic acid within the cornea of the eye. A contact lens is a foreign body that is placed in your eye, a man-made object that sits on ... Read More

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IAS News 20 July 2017 | 0 Comments

By:- WRIGHT, M.D., Jonathan,

Just in case any of us think the title of this can’t be so, it must be nonsense—a dietary supplement that effectively prevents and treats prostate cancer—this was and is the title of an article published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (“JNCI”) in 2015. Yes, that’s the Journal of the National Cancer ... Read More

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