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CNO 267 25 NOV 2019

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Fritsch said one of the studies also showed an increase in deaths from all causes, and in particular cancer deaths, among the patients who took _______, which is also called acetylsalicylic acid or ASA.

2. Recently it was discovered humans regrow their own cartiladge.
3. The treatment reduced the parasitic load in the mice's blood by ____% compared with untreated miceestion!
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The _________ diet -- which for people includes meat, fish, poultry, and non-starchy vegetables -- activates a subset of T cells in the lungs not previously associated with the immune system's response to influenza, enhancing mucus production from airway cells that can effectively trap the virus, the researchers report.

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The McMaster research team found muscle cells treated with statins released the amino acid called glutamate at much higher levels than muscle cells that were untreated. As glutamate is a potent activator of muscle __________, this release was proposed to trigger the sensation of muscle pain.

6. Children treated with probiotic supplements lost significantly more weight and had lower levels of markers that indicate poor metabolic health.
7. What component of Green Tea may help reduce antibiotic resistance?
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Economically, the costs associated with managing Alzheimer's over the next four decades is expected to exceed $_________.

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An intensive low-calorie diet involving a total daily intake of ______ calories (less than one cheeseburger) for 8 weeks has been associated with remission in almost nine out of ten people with recently diagnosed diabetes and in a half of people with longstanding disease.

10. Four out of five mice that recieved immunotherapy and _________ therapy were found to have completely eradicated their colon cancer tumors and remained tumor-free for over three months.
11. Documented use of botanical folk medicines stretches back as far as recorded human history. There is DNA evidence, dating back 48,000 years, that suggests the consumption of plants for medicinal use by Homo neanderthalensis. Archaeological evidence, dating back 800,000 years, even suggests non-food usage of plants by Homo erectus or similar species.

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