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Common Carbohydrates May Prove To Be Substitute For Dietary Fiber

...ding a growinglist of benefits to human and animal digestive systems from certain formsof indigestible oligosaccharides -- naturally occurring groups of carbohydratescontaining simple sugar molecules -- found in many fruits and vegetables. For years, oligosaccharides were thought to give people flatulence ord...

Mother's Milk: Nutrition And Nurture For Infants -- And The Best Defense Against Disease

...rs in breast milk would not surviveexposure to the digestive acids. "But infants are different from adults, and one of the ways they aredifferent is that their stomachs don't make as much acid," Clevenger says. "As aresult, many of the important immunostimulatory proteins in breast milk can passthrough...

New "Body-Friendly" Fat Substitute Can Help To Transform

...im makes more solublebeta-glucans available to the digestive system than does a comparable amount ofwhole-grain oats or barley. Beta-glucans may also play a role in regulating blood sugar levels. Studiesconducted by Judith Hallfrisch, Ph.D., and Kay M. Behall, Ph.D., researchers at the ARSHuman Nutrition Re...

Wine Drinkers May Be At Lower Risk Of Certain Cancers Than Beer Or Spirits Drinkers

...nk between alcohol intake and cancers of the upper digestive tract, because of the carcinogenic effect of alcoh... beer or spirits, which increase the risk of upper digestive tract cancers considerably. In their study of over 28,000 (28,180) men and women in Denmark, the aut...

UF Researchers Cite Possible Link Between Autism, Schizophrenia And Diet

... month's issue of the journal Autism. The digestive problem might actually lead to the disorders' symptoms,whose basis has long been debated, said UF physiologist Dr. J. Robert Cade,cautioning that further research must take place before scientists have adefinitive answer. When not broken down, the mi...

More Cystic Fibrosis Patients Will Die Waiting For Lung Transplants, Predicts University Of Pittsburgh Study

...of epithelial cells, those that line the lungs and digestive organs,to secrete sodium and chloride....

Compound That Mimics Insulin Might Lead To Pill For Diabetes, As Reported In The 7 May Issue Of Science

...in of amino acids whose bonds are vulnerableto the digestive acids in the stomach. In their screening tests, Bei Zhang ofMerck Research Laboratories in Rahway, New Jersey and her colleagues werelooking specifically at nonpeptide molecules, which can be absorbed into thebloodstream after being swallowed in a pi...

Scientific Trials Of So-Called 'Wonder' Hormone Treatment For Autism Will Be Conducted In Seattle, Denver

...jections as a treatment for autism and to diagnose digestive and gastrointestinal problems that frequently acco...ntestine and are found in the brain as well as the digestive tract. These hormones, also called neuropeptides, can effect sleep, appetite and other brain-regula...

American Heart Association media advisory: long-term intake of dietary fiber and decreased risk of coronary heart disease among women

...bles. Added dietary fiber is not only goodfor the digestive system, but also can help lower levels of blood cholesterolprovided that the diet is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. The paper being published in JAMA looked at 68,782 women over a period of 10years as part of the Nurses' Health Study. After co...

Depression-treating drugs lead record-setting pharmacy benefit cost rise -- Total increase lower when pharmacy benefit actively managed

...pressure,combat diabetes, lower cholesterol, treat digestive problems, and open sinuses. Drug prices are higher across the board, too. In 1998, prices for all but oneof the nation's 50 most prescribed drugs increased -- many several times andoften by double digits. Overall, price increases alone accounted f...

Just a spoonful of thiamin?

...at improperly and, furthermore, alcoholimpedes the digestive tract's normal absorption of those few nutrients thatmay be consumed. Nerve, muscle and brain tissue are extremely sensitive tolow levels of vitamins, nutrients and minerals and can begin to deterioratewhen deprived. Body stores of thiamin can be d...

New drug relieves symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome in females

...rves controlling sensation and contractions in the digestive system. Among common symptoms are abdominal pain, cramping, a bloated feeling, gas and diarrhea or constipation. It is one of the leading causes of lost work and school time. Alosetron is a nerve receptor antagonist that has the effect of relaxing th...

Noveau neurons are better than no neurons at all

... way food passes from the stomach to the lobster's digestive system. By removing crucial biological neurons from the natural circuit, the UCSD researchers essentially created "lobster epilepsy" and then cured it. The Navy would like to emulate biological systems for information processing and control. One appr...

Drug blocks opioid side effects: Could improve palliative care

...isappointed." Because opioids slow down the entire digestive process, the researchers also measured oral-cecal transit time, how long it took for food to travel from the mouth to the cecum -- the chamber at the beginning of the large intestine. Under the influence of methadone, the 22 subjects had an average t...

Researchers view gallstones forming: May lead to earlier diagnosis of digestive disease affecting 10% of Americans

...eatment for one of the most common diseases of the digestive system. The observation, made possible by the use ...formation, one of the commonest and most expensive digestive diseases in the Western world." "Our research aims to answer why and how gallstones form so that...

New drug works well as sole epilepsy therapy for difficult-to-treat patients

...s system (dizziness, headache, and somnolence) and digestive system (nausea and vomiting). One patient in the 2,400 mg/day treatment group also receiving carbamazepine was discontinued from the study after 10-days of double-blind treatment because of low serum sodium levels. Most side effects observed during ...

New Jersey researchers receive national award

... enzyme, or ACE. But all of them broke down in the digestive tract. In 1974, new advances led the chemists to believe that "if we hypothesize the structure of ACE, we might be able to design a small compound that could both inhibit it and be absorbed, not broken down, by digestion," said Ondetti. Previously...

Rheumatoid arthritis causes increased complications and health care costs in inpatient and outpatient settings

...(14.1 percent RA and 9.2 percent OA, p<0.01), digestive system symptoms (5.1 percent RA and 3.1 percent OA) and skin, nail or hair problems (2.6 percent RA and 1.2 percent OA, pp<0.01). Data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey were analyzed to determine stated reasons for visits by 1,17...

Undergraduate conducts high-tech tests on dental enamel

...that reach the mouth through acid reflux, a common digestive disorder. His work has been supported by an undergraduate research grant from the university. Alan Braly, a 20-year-old junior who grew up in Goffstown, N.H., stumbled into tooth enamel testing last year while looking for a research project within th...

First effective treatment for gastrointestinal sarcoma seen with multi-center trial of STI-571

...believed to initiate the contractions basic to the digestive process. Alterations in a gene in these cells called c-KIT can produce inappropriate enzyme activity that leads to the growth of a tumor. In the GIST trial presented at ASCO, 148 patients were enrolled. Of these, 145 were evaluable for side effects...

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