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Summary: A high-fat, low-carbohydrate (ketogenic) diet indicated anti-tumor and anti-angiogenic (blood vessel formation) properties that help with brain tumors in mice and humans. Calorie restriction was another aspect of the ketogenic diet that helped with the results of the study. This could prove useful as an alternative or in conjunction with malignant brain cancer treatments.
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Summary: Vitamin D shows protective effect against developing multiple sclerosis (MS). Abstract: Background: A protective effect of vitamin D on risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) has been proposed, but no prospective studies have addressed this hypothesis. Methods: Dietary vitamin D intake was examined directly in relation to risk of MS in two large cohorts of
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Summary: The protein Rev-erbα controls brain inflammation, which neuroinflammation has been associated with many diseases including cancer and neurodegeneration. Circadian rhythm disruption leads to the suppression of Rev-erbα, which causes microglial and astrocyte activation, inflammation, and brain injury. Abstract: Circadian dysfunction is a common attribute of many neurodegenerative diseases, most of which are associated with
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Summary: Adolescents have different sleep cycles because their circadian and homeostatic systems are still developing (this is even across cultures and species). Abstract: Sleep deprivation among adolescents is epidemic. We argue that this sleep deprivation is due in part to pubertal changes in the homeostatic and circadian regulation of sleep. These changes promote a delayed

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