Monthly Archives: September 2015

Curcumin’s anti-cancer potential.

This review discusses the anti-cancer potential of curcumin as shown in clinical studies. The conclusion: “All [...]

Chronic exercise and the endothelium.

This article discusses the relationship between exercise, muscle beds, and the body’s endothelium. They summarize [...]

Curcumin’s pharmacological effects and future potential.

This review discusses curcumin’s pharmacological effects, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiproliferative and antiangiogenic activities. It also details [...]

Curcumin’s safe effects in treating rheumatoid arthritis.

This article discusses a clinical study evaluating curcumin’s effect in aiding treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. [...]

Endothelial progenitor stem cells secrete angiogenic growth factors.

This study’s findings suggest that acetylated LDL(+)ulex-lectin(+) cells, commonly referred to as EPCs, release potent proangiogenic [...]

Circulating Endothelial Progenitor Cell Levels Predict Cardiovascular Events in End-Stage Renal Disease Patients on Maintenance Hemodialysis.

This recent study notes that reduced EPC levels predict cardiovascular events.  It finds that increasing EPC [...]

Childhood obesity, endothelial activation, and cardiovascular risk.

In a study of 30 obese and 28 healthy prepubertal children in Turkey, scientists have [...]

Inflammation and immune cell migration therapies.

This article details new discoveries in the field of leukocyte trafficking that have an effect [...]

Fetal progenitor cells can persist in the blood streams of mothers up to twenty-seven years after birth.

This article explains that women who give birth can retain fetal stem cells in their [...]

Endothelial inflammation: the role of differential expression of enzymes in the immunological properties of heparan sulphate.

This article points out that the extent and distribution of sulphate substitution on heparan sulphate plays a [...]