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Elderly person with Parkinsons
Summary: There’s a positive relationship between the relative amounts of certain bacteria, Enterobacteriaceae, and the severity of postural instability and gait difficulty, which are signs of Parkinson’s Disease. There’s a relationship between the gut microbiome and Parkinson’s Disease, and further research needs to be done to determine the extent of that relationship. Abstract: In the
Glass of green tea with some polished pebbles.
A Possible Neuroprotective and Cognitive Enhancing Agent Summary: L-theanine can protect and enhance the brain, by increasing serotonin, dopamine, and GABA levels. Abstract: L-theanine (N-ethyl-L-glutamine) or theanine is a major amino acid uniquely found in green tea. L-theanine has been historically reported as a relaxing agent, prompting scientific research on its pharmacology. Animal neurochemistry studies

Replication of Cortisol Circadian Rhythm

Woman sleeping in her bed.
New Advances in Hydrocortisone Replacement Therapy Summary: Cortisol is essential to life, and is elevated in the morning and decreased at night while being a crucial part of the circadian rhythm. When circadian rhythm (cortisol release) is disrupted, that is associated with increased risk of mortality, sleep disturbances, increased bone turnover, worsening of cardiovascular risk
X Ray of someones neck. On the inside, we're all the same.
Summary: The vertebral artery was intact/unaffected in 75% of hangings. Vertebral artery dissection can be one cause of a stroke. Abstract: The vertebral artery was investigated in suicidal hanging for specific forensic, but also general traumatological reasons. The objective was to establish the extent to which the vertebral artery in its relatively protected position is

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