A group of experts working for the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have managed to discover that shining cells are the ones that are responsible for developing tumors. These findings are believed to have a major impact on tracking the origins of chemical...Read More >>
Monthly Archives: September 2014
A new study published in the International Wound Journal which shows that a bacteria which has been discovered in the stomachs of honey bees can be used to beat antibiotic-resistant bugs and treat persistent wounds has become a major talking point in...Read More >>
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Recent studies conducted by a group of neurologists at the Loyola University Medical Center have shown that a a shortage of Vitamin B1, also known as Thiamine, can lead to a lethal brain affliction that is known as the Wernicke encephalopathy. Some...