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Some cancer patients with aggressive tumors may benefit from anti-inflammatory drugs

Some cancer patients with aggressive tumors may benefit from anti-inflammatory drugs

New research raises the prospect that some cancer patients with aggressive tumors may benefit from a class of anti-inflammatory drugs used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. [More]
Small antioxidant molecules suppress colon cancer associated with colitis

Small antioxidant molecules suppress colon cancer associated with colitis

Researchers from Case Western Reserve and Dartmouth universities have shown that a class of small antioxidant molecules carries enormous promise for supressing colon cancer associated with colitis. [More]
Microparticles in crab, shrimp and lobster shells may help prevent inflammatory bowel disease

Microparticles in crab, shrimp and lobster shells may help prevent inflammatory bowel disease

Yoshimi Shibata, Ph.D., professor of biomedical science in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, has received a $380,552 grant from the National Institute of Complementary and Alternative Medicine of the National Institutes of Health to further investigate how microparticles called "chitin" found in crab, shrimp and lobster shells have anti-inflammatory mechanisms that could lead to the development of novel preventive and therapeutic strategies for individuals who suffer from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and others diseases. [More]
Cocoa-extract may reduce damage to nerve pathways in Alzheimer's patients' brains

Cocoa-extract may reduce damage to nerve pathways in Alzheimer's patients' brains

A specific preparation of cocoa-extract called Lavado may reduce damage to nerve pathways seen in Alzheimer's disease patients' brains long before they develop symptoms, according to a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published June 20 in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease (JAD). [More]
Study explores new ways to improve medications to treat type 2 diabetes

Study explores new ways to improve medications to treat type 2 diabetes

A better understanding of how the transcription factor Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor Gamma (PPARgamma) works is critical to find new ways to improve medications to treat type 2 diabetes. [More]
African American women respond differently to anti-inflammatory effect of aspirin than white women

African American women respond differently to anti-inflammatory effect of aspirin than white women

African American women respond differently to the anti-inflammatory effect of aspirin than do white American women, new research finds. [More]
Osteoarthritis may be treated with stem cell mobilization therapy

Osteoarthritis may be treated with stem cell mobilization therapy

Researchers in Taiwan have found that peripheral blood stem cells can be "mobilized" by injection of a special preparation of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF) into rats that modeled osteoarthritis (OA). [More]
Healthy inflammation necessary to prevent metabolic diseases, study finds

Healthy inflammation necessary to prevent metabolic diseases, study finds

Chronic tissue inflammation is typically associated with obesity and metabolic disease, but new research from UT-Southwestern Medical Center now finds that a level of "healthy" inflammation is necessary to prevent metabolic diseases, such as fatty liver. [More]
Using placental cells to repair damaged tissues: an interview with Zami Aberman, CEO, Pluristem Therapeutics

Using placental cells to repair damaged tissues: an interview with Zami Aberman, CEO, Pluristem Therapeutics

We start with birth and we collect the cells after C-section. The reason for that is we have to have the mother sign a consent letter that she is donating the placenta and, on top of that, we have to have a blood sample from the mother to test for any viral contamination. [More]
Osteoarthritis patients treated with SoluMatrix meloxicam report greater pain relief

Osteoarthritis patients treated with SoluMatrix meloxicam report greater pain relief

Iroko Pharmaceuticals, LLC, a global specialty pharmaceutical company dedicated to advancing the science of analgesia, today will present Phase 3 results that showed osteoarthritis (OA) patients treated with investigational SoluMatrix meloxicam 5 mg and 10 mg, a low dose nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), reported significantly greater pain relief compared with placebo. [More]
Exercise transiently suppresses inflammation in rheumatic disease

Exercise transiently suppresses inflammation in rheumatic disease

Research findings presented today at the European League Against Rheumatism Annual Congress suggest that exercise transiently suppresses local and systemic inflammation, reinforcing the beneficial effects of exercise and the need for this to be regular in order to achieve clinical efficacy in rheumatic disease. [More]
Celsus’ expert highlights serious side effects of topical corticosteroids

Celsus’ expert highlights serious side effects of topical corticosteroids

A 2013 Mayo Clinic study involving more than 140,000 patients revealed that skin disorders are the most common nonacute reason Americans seek health care. [More]
Quest Products launches ProVent Rosacea Moisturizing Crème

Quest Products launches ProVent Rosacea Moisturizing Crème

Quest Products, Inc. announces the national launch of ProVent® Rosacea Moisturizing Creme®, a creme formulated to help reduce the appearance of skin conditions often associated with Rosacea, and other skin conditions, including skin redness, age spots, facial rashes, dry skin, and sun-related damage. [More]
Polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (PJIA): an interview with Dr. Kramer, VP, Immunology and Infectious Diseases Medical Unit, Genentech

Polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (PJIA): an interview with Dr. Kramer, VP, Immunology and Infectious Diseases Medical Unit, Genentech

Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (PJIA) is a type of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA), a group of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) diseases that manifests in multiple ways in children. [More]
New discovery may shed light on how common cold triggers asthma attacks

New discovery may shed light on how common cold triggers asthma attacks

Cold season may be just behind us, but a new discovery may shed light on how this common condition triggers asthma attacks. In a new research report published in the June 2014 issue of the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, researchers show that in individuals with asthma, statins significantly reduce the in vitro inflammatory response of human monocytes to rhinovirus (RV), the cause of the common cold. [More]
Study warns against use of resveratrol supplements by pregnant women

Study warns against use of resveratrol supplements by pregnant women

A widely available dietary supplement that had been considered safe - and that some claim provides anti-aging and other health benefits - caused significant developmental abnormalities in the pancreas of offspring of pregnant monkeys who were given the supplement, according to a study published today in the FASEB Journal, from the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology. [More]
Physicians and scientists to discuss health, fitness and well-being at ACSM Annual Meeting

Physicians and scientists to discuss health, fitness and well-being at ACSM Annual Meeting

The 61st ACSM Annual Meeting brings more than 6,000 physicians, scientists, educators, students and others to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, May 27-31. [More]

Presentation at NMS 2014 highlights growing dangers of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

A presentation at this week’s National Medicines Symposium in Brisbane has highlighted the dangers of people taking common medicines such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) without thinking about the potential risks or harms. [More]
Proteo Biotech, BDC sign deal to develop orphan medicinal product Tiprelestat

Proteo Biotech, BDC sign deal to develop orphan medicinal product Tiprelestat

Proteo Inc. announced today that its German subsidiary, Proteo Biotech AG, has entered into an agreement with the US company Biotech Development Corp. (BDC). [More]
Researchers identify drugs to slow progression of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

Researchers identify drugs to slow progression of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

Researchers in separate clinical trials found two drugs slow the progression of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a fatal lung disease with no effective treatment or cure, and for which there is currently no therapy approved by the Food and Drug Administration. [More]