The Gander

The Gander 27 May 2019

The Medical Independent blog takes a look at the more unconventional niches in science and research Here’s the rub on sunscreen toxins A small-scale study has found that when sunscreen creams are used regularly, even for one day of frequent use, their active ingredients are absorbed into the user’s bloodstream at levels that indicate the…

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The Gander

Pat Kelly The Medical Independent blog takes a look at the more unconventional niches in science and research A newly-published study has highlighted a potential link between autoimmunity and microbiota in both clinical and pre-clinical disease, particularly in type 1 diabetes. The authors suggest that gut microbiota, as well as human leukocyte antibody (HLA) genes,…

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The Gander | Pat Kelly | 07 Feb 2019

The Medical Independent blog takes a look at the more unconventional niches in science and research An early warning on Alzheimer’s An international team of researchers, in conjunction with a worldwide research collaboration dedicated to Alzheimer’s disease, has discovered a way to identify the onset of the condition years before the physical symptoms manifest. Long…

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