Phase 3 Clinical Trial Of Using Bee Venom For Treating Knee Osteoarthritis (KOA) Shows Positive Results.
Trials conducted by Western Ontario and McMaster Universities have shown that using Bee Venom (Apis mellifera
) to treat knee osteoarthritis in more than 538 patients proved to be better than conventional histamines and with no side-effects. The bee venom were administered via dermal injections to the concerned sites.
Blood Pressure Drugs May Increase Gut Problems Especially Diverticulitis
Researchers from Imperial College London and Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich have discovered that certain specific high blood pressure drugs under the calcium channel blocker category, called nondihydropyridines can actually increase the risk of developing diverticulitis in patients taking these drugs.
Diverticulosis is a condition in which small pouches develop in the lining of the digestive system. These bulges usually appear in the lower part of the large intestine, and they rarely cause issues unless they become inflamed or infected.The symptoms of diverticulitis include pain in the lower left side of the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, fever, tenderness, and constipation. Diverticulosis can lead to a medical emergency if the pouches burst.
Using Combo Of Targeted cancer Drugs More effective for Cancer Tumors Elimination.
Scientists at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, and UCL Cancer Institute discovered that using a drug combination drugs crizotinib and palbociclib was more effective in eliminating tumors in breast, lung an bowel cancers. Furthermore, using these combo regimens decreased the likely of resistance in most patients.
Scientists Discover That Beauty Ingredient, Hyaluronic Acid Can Actually Help In Neuroinflammation
Neuroscientist at Florida Atlantic University's Brain Institute (I-BRAIN) and Schmidt College of Medicine, has discovered that Hyaluronic Acid which has been traditionally used in aesthetic to “plump up the skin” can actually help treat conditions caused by inflammation in the central nervous system. Inflammation can occur in the central nervous system as a result of head trauma or stroke, or as part of a systemic immune response. Inflammation within the central nervous system has been associated with chronic neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis.
Research Shows That Drinking Green Matcha Tea Can Reduce Anxiety
Japanese researchers from Kumamoto University has shown anxious behavior is reduced after consuming Matcha powder or Matcha extract. Its calming effects appear to be due to mechanisms that activate dopamine D1 receptors and serotonin 5-HT1A
receptors, both of which are closely