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More protein after weight loss may reduce fatty liver disease

Increasing the amount of protein in the diet may reduce the livers fat content and lower the risk of diabetes in people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)....


How forests improve kids' diets

A first-of-its-kind global study shows that children in 27 developing countries have better nutrition -- when they live near forests. The results turn on its head the assumption that improving nutrition in poorer countries requires clearing forests for more farmland -- and, instead, suggest that forest conservation could be an important tool to improve the nutrition of children....


Over-the-counter drugs, dietary supplements and their effect on lab test results

A new study reports on the results of a survey of patients in 18 European countries which shows that those taking OTC products and dietary supplements are not aware of the potential effects on laboratory test results they may have. In addition, patients do not believe that they need to disclose this use to medical and/or laboratory staff....


The rules of attraction: Scientists find elusive molecule that helps sperm find egg

A recent report identifies a key molecule driving chemoattraction between sperm and egg cells in marine invertebrates....


Engineered genetic machinery derived from E. coli delivers new amino acids to proteins

Approximately 15 years ago, scientists first saw the potential of an engineered, bacteria-derived genetic machinery for incorporating non-canonical amino acids into proteins produced in eukaryotic cells. But the method has faced a number of technical restrictions that limited its widespread development. Researchers have developed a new method that overcomes many of the previous obstacles....


Low plasma levels of omega-3 fatty acids associated with preterm birth

Pregnant women who had low plasma levels of long chain n-3 fatty acids in their first and second trimesters were at a significantly higher risk of early preterm birth when compared with women who had higher levels of these fatty acids, according to new research....


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More protein after weight loss may reduce fatty liver disease

Increasing the amount of protein in the diet may reduce the livers fat content and lower the risk of diabetes in people with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)....


How forests improve kids' diets

A first-of-its-kind global study shows that children in 27 developing countries have better nutrition -- when they live near forests. The results turn on its head the assumption that improving nutrition in poorer countries requires clearing forests for more farmland -- and, instead, suggest that forest conservation could be an important tool to improve the nutrition of children....


Over-the-counter drugs, dietary supplements and their effect on lab test results

A new study reports on the results of a survey of patients in 18 European countries which shows that those taking OTC products and dietary supplements are not aware of the potential effects on laboratory test results they may have. In addition, patients do not believe that they need to disclose this use to medical and/or laboratory staff....


The rules of attraction: Scientists find elusive molecule that helps sperm find egg

A recent report identifies a key molecule driving chemoattraction between sperm and egg cells in marine invertebrates....


Engineered genetic machinery derived from E. coli delivers new amino acids to proteins

Approximately 15 years ago, scientists first saw the potential of an engineered, bacteria-derived genetic machinery for incorporating non-canonical amino acids into proteins produced in eukaryotic cells. But the method has faced a number of technical restrictions that limited its widespread development. Researchers have developed a new method that overcomes many of the previous obstacles....


Low plasma levels of omega-3 fatty acids associated with preterm birth

Pregnant women who had low plasma levels of long chain n-3 fatty acids in their first and second trimesters were at a significantly higher risk of early preterm birth when compared with women who had higher levels of these fatty acids, according to new research....


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