Finding New Ways To Measure Oxidative Stress

 The origins of the term “oxidative stress can be traced back to the 1950’s when experts first debated the effects of free radicals and ionizing radiation. Now widely accepted, oxidative stress is...

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Parkinson’s Disease: The Search For A Cure

Seven to ten million people worldwide have Parkinson’s disease (PD).  A key characteristic of PD is the deterioration of nerve pathways in the brain that rely on the specific neurotransmitter...

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Gut Cause for Parkinson’s Gaining Steam

Some experts believe Parkinson’s Disease starts in the gut. A new study that shows toxic proteins linked to Parkinson’s Disease migrate from the gut to the brain supports this theory.

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Turn Back the Clock with MitoQ and Mitochondria

There is no single secret ingredient in life to prevent all aches, pains, and illnesses, but there are a range of measures that can give the very best chance of staying healthy and happy. Learn...

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The Mysterious Mitochondria

Although mitochondria were discovered over 100 years ago, scientists have only recently begun to decipher the many life-giving, and life-taking, secrets of these complex bean-shaped structures.

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