Commonly prescribed drugs may up dementia risk: Study

According to the research published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, out of the 58,769 patients with dementia, 63 per cent were women. The average age of the patients was 82. Drugs widely prescribed to treat a variety of conditions including gastrointestinal disorders and bladder conditions may significantly increase the risk of dementia in older adults. The researchers from University […]

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Trefoil peptides: a New approach to the treatment of chronic diseases

Special peptides effective against chronic gastro-intestinal diseases? The treatment of chronic gastro-intestinal disorders is in practice often difficult. Researchers from the University of Vienna have now, however, a new approach in the visor, with the improved wound healing in the digestive tract appears to be within reach – the so-called trefoil peptides. The information provided by the Austrian research team […]

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