Flavonoids with the potential to fight allergies and inflammation

In a recent study published in the Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy journal, researchers explored the anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory properties of flavonoids. Chronic inflammation is crucial to the initiation and progression of chronic disorders such as diabetes, cancer, hypertension, asthma, and allergies. Bioactive flavonoids are abundant in numerous food groups, including vegetables, nuts, fruits, drinks, and cereals. … Read more

Can people with a family history of colorectal cancer reduce their own risk : The Tribune India

New Delhi, November 28 In India, colorectal cancer, which first appears in the colon or the rectum, is the sixth most prevalent cancer that causes mortality. It generally affects older persons and happens when colonic cells become uncontrolled (above 45 years). The polyps that originate inside the colon are typically the precursors to this type … Read more

Are nasal-spray vaccines the solution to respiratory infectious diseases?

A recent study published in the journal Trends in Molecular Medicine reviewed the current efforts in developing nasal vaccines, delivery systems, and clinical applications for preventing respiratory illnesses. Review: Nasal vaccines: solutions for respiratory infectious diseases. Image Credit: Josep Suria/Shutterstock Introduction Mucosal surfaces are exposed to external environments and serve as primary entry sites for … Read more

Riding to find a cure on Vic Discovery Tour

Hundreds of people from across the country gathered at Traralgon’s Harold Preston Reserve early on the morning of Thursday, November 17, for the start of Tour de Cure’s 2022 Vic Discovery Tour. Dress code, lycra; objective, cure cancer. Not many words can send shivers down one’s spine or form a rock-hard pit in the depths … Read more

How low can you go before your head will blow?

If you ever go scuba diving more than 500 feet into the ocean, chances are you’ll start to feel funny. Headaches, dizziness, vomiting, and even loss of consciousness are all common symptoms for those plummeting into the depths of their despair. This condition, coined by Duke researcher Peter B. Bennett, is called high pressure nervous … Read more

Ukraine-Russia war – latest news: Zelensky says Russia made Soviet famine memorial ‘a day of terror’

Boris Johnson supports Christmas appeal to send medical supplies to Ukraine For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails Vladimir Putin’s forces have turned Ukraine’s day of commemoration for a Soviet-era famine which killed millions into … Read more

Dolphins captain, Jesse Bromwich, Wayne Bennett contract, future, retirement, Roy Asotasi, Bulldogs, Gus Gould, Parramatta Eels, Isaiah Papali’i, Brad Arthur

Wayne Bennett has revealed who is the frontrunner for the Dolphins’ captaincy, while the veteran coach also dropped a big hint on his future declaring: “Don’t write me off.” Parramatta coach Brad Arthur has reportedly revealed four players are in the mix to fill the club’s vacant back row spot. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs are continuing … Read more

Submission to the Inquiry into Long COVID and Repeated COVID Infections

House Standing Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport November 16, 2022 The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute) is an unincorporated joint venture between the University of Melbourne and The Royal Melbourne Hospital, combining research, teaching, public health and reference laboratory services, diagnostic services and clinical care in infectious diseases and … Read more