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Pre operative angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor therapy increases mortality after coronary artery bypass grafting by David Smith, MD Posted Thu 11 Mar 2010 12:00am Dr. Savino calls our attention to this article by Miceli et al: This study evaluates the effect of pre-operative angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor (ACEI) therapy on early clinical outcomes after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG).  Therapy with ACEIs has been shown to reduce the rate of mortality and prevent cardiovascular ... Read on »
Highly Potent and Selective Deubiquitinating Enzyme Inhibitor by Posted Wed 03 Apr 2013 8:00pm Description of Invention: Available for licensing are inhibitors that target the USP1/ UAF1 deubiquitinating enzyme (DUB) complex. The FDA approval and commercial success of Velcade®, a small molecule proteasome inhibitor, has established the ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS) as a valid target for anticancer treatment. However ... Read on »
BodyZyme - Potent Systemic Enzyme - Information about Enzymes by franklinb Posted Tue 28 Dec 2010 12:00am BodyZyme, Systemic Enzyme BodyZyme is a potent systemic enzyme. What are Enzymes? Enzymes are protein based sustances found in every cell of every plant and animal. Millions of these timy enzymes work throughout our bodies causing reactions to take place... aiding our breathing, circulation, digestion... helping to reduce inflammati ... Read on »
Birth Defects May Be Linked to High Blood Pressure, Not Use of ACE Inhibitors in Early Pregnancy by Healthcare Research & Quality Posted Thu 20 Oct 2011 10:32pm Women who take angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors to treat high blood pressure in the first trimester of their pregnancies are at no greater risk of having babies with birth defects than are women who take other types of high blood pressure medication or who take no blood pressure drugs, according to a new study from the U.S. ... Read on »
ACE inhibitors best taken at bedtime by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 11 May 2011 12:00am - When doctors give heart drugs to patients, the time of day can make a big difference, according to new research by University of Guelph scientists. Many doctors prefer to give heart drugs to patients in the morning. But the st ... Read on »
Soy – good or bad? by Parker Health Solutions .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 07 May 2009 8:20pm We’ve all been told of the health benefits of soy and have been encouraged to eat it.  Soy, the magical little bean that would solve so many of our health issues. Lately we have been told that soy is not the health panacea that we once thought.  So, what gives, where is the truth? Soy in the forms that we eat most often is a highly processed ... Read on »
Basic Nut + Seed Milk Recipe by Ingrid .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 11 Nov 2008 7:14pm Have you tried making nut or seeds milk? If not, you are in for a delicious and healthy treat. Homemade nut and seed milk is easy to make, high in many beneficial vitamins and minerals, is great for those with lactose intolerance, and those who simply prefer a non-dairy alternative. Making milk from nuts and seeds is a simple p ... Read on »
Soy: Beneficial or Dangerous? by WellnessPossibilities Patient ExpertHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 21 Sep 2009 10:15pm 1 Comment By Carol Harblin (CHHC) We all know that anything in grand amounts is not healthy. But what's the scoop on soy? Soy has its good points. But needless to say, we've heard rumors about soy and how it may be more detrimental. We are just not getting the facts straight because we tend to hear rumors and pieces of information from other source ... Read on »
Bone Marrow: Immunoprotective and Improves Endothelial Dysfunction by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 2:57pm Chicken Soup. Do you love it? Why? Do you know scientifically and medically why it's so beneficial and therapeutic (better than a FLU SHOT)? What satisfies the soul and combats colds, infections and vascular atherosclerosis (CAD, PVD, PAD, CVD, CKD)? Bone marrow derived endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs)!!! From bone marrow ... Read on »
FromSuccessfully RawIssue 92: ... by Karen Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 3:27pm From Successfully Raw Issue 92: One of the most popular modules on my Raw Food For Beginners classes is undoubtedly the sprouting teach-in. Whether I am lucky, have unrecognised green fingers or what, I do not know, but it seems that many people have struggled and continue to struggle with sprouting seeds, beans, pulses and grains succ ... Read on »