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Plants CO2 and the process of respiration by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Jul 2011 8:37am Is there Life apart from our home planet Earth? According to the movies, the answer to this question is often quite in the affirmative, thanks to blockbusters such as Independence Day and most recently, Battle: Los Angeles. Most people liked the former but not the latter, which was pretty strange… yet the consensus on t ... Read on »
NIH Researchers Link Rare Cancer to Cell Oxygen Deficiency by Medline Plus Posted Tue 21 Dec 2010 4:03pm Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have discovered that a rare cancer of the digestive tract is linked to a shutdown in an enzyme that helps supply oxygen to cells. In some cases, the enzyme's failure to function resulted from errors in genes containing the information n ... Read on »
NIH researchers link rare cancer to cell oxygen deficiency by Cancer.gov Posted Tue 21 Dec 2010 12:00am NIH researchers link rare cancer to cell oxygen deficiency Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have discovered that a rare cancer of the digestive tract is linked to a shutdown in an enzyme that helps supply oxygen to cells. In some cases, the enzyme’s failure to function resulted from errors in genes contai ... Read on »
NIH researchers link rare cancer to cell oxygen deficiency by Cancer.gov Posted Thu 10 Mar 2011 9:59pm NIH researchers link rare cancer to cell oxygen deficiency Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have discovered that a rare cancer of the digestive tract is linked to a shutdown in an enzyme that helps supply oxygen to cells. In some cases, the enzyme’s failure to function resulted from errors in genes containing the in ... Read on »
Your First Deep Breath by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm Deep breathing can be accomplished sitting down in a meditative posture such as lotus posture, sitting down on a chair with your spine straight or standing up with your spine held straight. If you haven't done so, read the section on learning to breath correctly. First check your posture. The spine should be straight, the head erect, ... Read on »
#parents #prolife #health New Respirator For Preemies Gets Funding with Hopes of Saving Thousands of Infant Lives Globally Each by Patty .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 12:48pm This is great news for premature babies and those with high risk pregnancies who find themselves having to deliver early. I'm glad to see that the Gates feel the need to help premature infants;it's too bad they also support abortion&population control programs around the world too. Seattle Children's Research ... Read on »
Just breathe: In yeast, aerobic metabolism required for longevity enhancement by calorie restriction by Dr. Chris P. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 01 Sep 2008 7:13pm Calorie restriction (CR) extends lifespan in most organisms studied, including some of our more distant relatives — e.g. the baker’s brewer’s yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The genetics underlying CR-mediated life extension are currently being worked out (for details, see our earlier piece, Biogerontology rising ); despite lingering controve ... Read on »
Respiration Seminar and PBL by CCLCM Student .. Medical Student Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:04pm Today's seminar was really neat. We went over to the Crile building, which is one of the clinics on campus, and we got to see the effects of breathing a high concentration of carbon dioxide first hand. Three of my classmates and I volunteered to breathe a mixture of gases that contained a high concentration of carbon dioxide. There was plenty of ... Read on »
Four Respiration Exercises to Increase Your Lung Strength and Breathing Capacity by Ellice Campbell Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 8:47am Image courtesey of dream designs / FreeDigitalPhotos.net By Ken Stanfield Like other important organs in our bodies, the lungs can be strengthened and trained to perform at an optimal level through the repetition of certain exercises.  It often seems strange that something as basic to our nature as breathing could be something ... Read on »
Inhibiting mitochondrial respiration delays aging: CLK-1 and the retrograde response by Dr. Chris P. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 29 Apr 2009 10:24pm The CLK-1 gene is a longevity regulator that has been conserved across evolution: loss of function in both C. elegans (where the gene was first described) and hemizygosity in mouse (where the gene is called mCLK1) results inincreased lifespan (though at a cost to evolutionary fitness ). Consistent with this, at least one anti-neurodegeneratio ... Read on »