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Sarcopenia: not just a concern for older Australians
Sarcopenia is defined as a progressive skeletal muscle disorder characterised by low muscle strength and low muscle quantity and/or qualit...
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Osteosarcopenic obesity: the next generation
Muscle loss due to prolonged bed rest is inevitable. Most muscle losses occur rapidly in the first few days and weeks of physical inactivi...
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The Gut-Heart Connection: Healing Your Heart Through Your Gut
Studies have suggested that the key to a healthy heart might lay within your gut. The connection betwee...
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Adenosine: Not just a part of ATP
Adenosine is a ubiquitous homeostatic substance released from most cells, including neurones and glia. Once in the extracellular space, ad...
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Andropause: Is there a bidirectional link between hormones and mental health conditions in men?
In studies of men aged 75 years, it was found that mean plasma testosterone (Te) levels are approximately 35% lower compared to young men,...
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The declining Sense of Smell could be indicative of the onset of Alzheimer's disease
A 2013 retrospective, case-control study published in the authoritative Journal of Neurological Science and titled “A brief olfactory test...
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From Gene to Biomarker
The concept of genetic testing and personalised medicine has recently been brought to the media’s attention by the actress Angelina Jolie fol...
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How to Dose the Lactobacillus Rhamnosus HN001 Strain to Infants
Last month, we reviewed a sequence of papers that found Lactobacillus Rhamnosus HN001 to reduce the development of atopic sensitisation, r...
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Lactobacillus Rhamnosus HN001 Prevents Infant and Childhood Eczema
Lactobacillus rhamnosus has long been known as the probiotic species for the prevention and treatment of eczema. However, strain specifici...
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First Research of its kind on vitamin K1
2013 research now confirms for the first time that Vitamin K1 improves inflammatory and metabolic related to insulin resistance and diabet...
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The First to Bring Coenzyme Q10 to Australian Practitioners
In the 1990’s Henry Osiecki first introduced a little known nutrient to the Australian Clinicians Market – Co Enzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Henry, once...
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Quercetin: Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in Middle Age and Older
Quercetin is one of the most abundant flavonoids in nature and has been recognised by researchers for over 35 years for its broad therapeu...
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How is Magnolia Working on My Insomnia Patient?
Researchers report that one of the phytochemicals in the herb Magnolia officinalis – Magnolol – works through the GABA pathway to help imp...
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Helping Cancer Patients with Fatigue
Fatigue is a common symptom experienced by many sufferers of chronic diseases, including patients suffering from cancer. While treatment o...
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Green Tea and L-Theanine in Mild Cognitive Impairment
Ninety-one male and female participants aged between 40 and 75 years were enrolled in a research study recently published on the Journal o...
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