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Can Metformin reduce mortality rates in Covid-19?

24 February 2021

The medicine Metformin has been significantly associated with reduced mortality rates in Covid-19. Highly contagious and lethal, the respiratory and…

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Hospitals treating coronavirus patients with Vitamin C

27 March 2020

Doctors in New York State are giving their critically sick coronavirus patients extremely high doses of vitamin C, a method…

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The battle for effective antibiotics and antivirals continues The 1st Line™ story (so far)

20 February 2020

By Richard Stead Background 1st Line is a supplement that creates OSCN molecules in a glass of water, (otherwise known…

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Metformin – could it be the answer for MS sufferers?

14 October 2019

Recent news headlines have bought hope to Multiple Sclerosis sufferers all over the world.  ‘Diabetes drug could halt the progression…

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A fit body goes with a fit mind

8 October 2019

Have your trainers been sitting by the front door for days and use your workout gear to slouch around the…

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Could crushed eggshells help to repair bone damage?

15 July 2019

Researches from the University of Massachusetts Lowell have led a new study to show how crushed eggshells could be the…

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Exosomes to Regenerate the Thymus

25 June 2019

A new study from researchers at the University of Pecs, Hungary used cell secretions known as exosomes to regenerate one…

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Specific gut bacteria linked with Depression

8 February 2019

New research suggests a significant link between the gut, its bacterial population and mental health. For the first time, scientists…

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Could gum disease increase your risk of developing Alzheimer’s?

25 January 2019

A recent study reveals the bacteria that is caused by bleeding gums is also found in the brain of patients…

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Hope for Diabetes sufferers: Scientists discover cells in the pancreas that could be manipulated into producing insulin.

17 January 2019

  Successful strategies for treating type 1 diabetes, to restore the function of the pancreas beta cells that are destroyed…

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