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3D Super Clusters in COPD Could Affect Adjacent Healthy Tissue

November 15, 2018 Share this content: To interpret their findings, the researchers developed a personalized computational model of super cluster emergence in COPD. By altering the biomechanical environment of adjacent healthy tissue, 3-dimensional (3D) “super clusters” in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) could play a key role in the progression of COPD to… Read More »

The energy boosting supplement that could change the way you exercise

Need more energy? Nutritional Director Rick Hay, explains why taking a CoEnzyme Q10 supplement can help, especially if you need more energy for exercise  Not sure about your overall health? Or perhaps you would like to just improve it? Our new series, ‘Ask the Nutritionist’ with Nutritional Director Rick Hay answers readers’ questions on how to achieve… Read More »

Zika biomarkers in blood could lead to prenatal screening for birth defects

The highest risk of birth defects is from Zika virus infection during the first and second trimester, USC researcher says USC researchers have identified biomarkers associated with severe birth defects in babies born to women infected with the Zika virus. The discovery could lead to screening tests and a better understanding about how the infection… Read More »