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Hydrogen water therapy, NASA, radiation, spaceflight, DNA damage

Categories The matter that exists in space is full of cosmic dust and radiation. These cosmic rays are high energy thermonuclear protons and electrons that not only fill intergalactic space but also regularly collide with the Earth’s atmosphere. When they do the impact is released as not just heat that

H2, diatomic hydrogen rich water modifies Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases

Categories Current studies suggest that hydrogen (H2) water offers neuronal protection against the degradation of dopamine receptors associated with both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. H2 was also shown to be helpful in preventing DNA damage and lipid peroxidation. Lipid peroxidation is what occurs when free oxygen radicals steal electrons from

New German study on macular degeneration published this month on PubMed.gov Idebenone was found to prevent cell aging and cell death in the eyes induced by oxidation

Categories Macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of blindness in older people. It is brought on by the deterioration of the retinal pigment epithelium accelerated by oxidative stress. The net effect is blind spots. There are two forms of macular degeneration, dry and wet. Wet is caused

New Study: oral anti-depression protocols won’t lighten a person’s mood until they brighten his or her personality

Categories A new study suggests that oral anti-depression protocols won’t lighten a person’s mood until they brighten his or her personality—two personality traits that predispose people to depression must be affected first. They are high neuroticism* and low extraversion**, both of which have been linked to depression. As measured on

New Study reveals link between elevated red cells and depression

Categories A new research study conducted at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute revealed a link between elevated red cell distribution and depression. This new discovery should help physicians diagnose depression earlier among their heart patients. This is the first time this association has been discovered. Results of the study were

Harvard Study Links Carbohydrates to Depression

Categories A new study conducted by Dr. Michael Lucas of the Harvard School of Public Health has established a definitive link between carbohydrate consumption and depression. The study, published in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity was conducted over a 12 year period with a group of 43,000 women. A similar study,

Neurobiological effects of Hyperforin and its potential in Alzheimer’s disease therapy

Categories AbstractSt. John’s Wort (SJW) has been used medicinally for over 5,000 years. Relatively recently, one of its phloroglucinol derivatives, hyperforin, has emerged as a compound of interest. Hyperforin first gained attention as the constituent of SJW responsible for its antidepressant effects. Since then, several of its neurobiological effects have

Higher levels of appetite-control hormone leptin have fewer symptoms of depression

Categories A new study has found that depression symptoms were mitigated in women with more leptin, the appetite-control hormone.  Long linked to mood disorders, Leptin has now been found to reduce feelings of anxiety. Leptin may indeed have antidepressant qualities,” said Elizabeth Lawson, MD, of Harvard Medical School. The results

Low Oxytocin Linked to Postpartum Depression

Categories Study Shows Higher Risk of Postpartum Depression for Pregnant Women With Low Levels of Oxytocin May 11, 2011 – Pregnant women who have lower levels of the hormone oxytocin may be at greater risk for developing postpartum depression a new study shows. Sometimes called the “cuddle hormone” or the

New Study; Depressed Dads spend Less Time Reading and More Time Spanking their 1 year old children

Categories A new study of depressed fathers of 1-year-olds discovered that they spent less time reading to their babies and were nearly four times more inclined to spank than the fathers who were not depressed. Moreover, Forty-one percent of the depressed dads spanked their 1-year-olds in the last month. The

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