There are many causes of a high BP such as lack of sleep, carbon monoxide poisoning, metal toxicity, mold toxicity, medications and drugs, genetics, foods and other unknowns.
By Ellen Goldbaum The membrane transport protein (red) is expressed at high density in the endothelial cells of the cornea. Credit: Mark Parker For more than a decade, researchers have tried to figure out the role of a membrane transport protein involved with a rare, hereditary condition that results in vision loss. Numerous papers haveContinue reading “Elusive protein acts as manager, addressing pH imbalance by transporting acid in and out of cells”
Recent study suggests that running is good for the memory because scientist measured the presence of Cathepsin B. Cathepsin B is produced in muscle tissue during metabolism. It is capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier and is associated with neurogenesis, specifically in the mouse dentate gyrus. And more… During chronic kidney disease (CKD) there isContinue reading “Running, Cathepsin B from muscles, memory and cancer”
Is grinding up naproxen for migraines safe (mixing in water)? by Connie b. Dellobuono Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono: Naproxen as an NSAID is acidic. It maybe safe but long term but can be acidic to the cells causing ulceration. Reduce dosage for safety reasons. For migraines, visit http://www.clubalthea.com. Migraines can be a sign ofContinue reading “Is grinding up naproxen for migraines safe (mixing in water)?”
I was observing a 75 yr old male with asthma and diabetes in a care home and taking more than 20 medications a day. He has no appetite but when not taking any meds during the weekend, feels stronger and has appetite. He is bed-ridden and with no food in his stomach but ingesting moreContinue reading “75 yr old male, asthma and diabetes, 20 meds a day”
1. According to the researchers, an earlier study found that a compound called trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) may promote the growth of artery-clogging plaques. TMAO is formed when bacteria from our digestive tract breaks down a compound found in meat known as carnitine. Diets high in meat promote the growth of a gut bacteria that breaks downContinue reading “Diet high in meat promote the growth of a gut bacteria, carnitine, black walnut, pork parasitic worms”