Cabecera ciencia en ingles

Researchers from the universities of Granada (Spain) and Kvopio (Finland) have proven that this natural compound prevents the prescription of antibiotics in the prophylaxis for recurrent urinary tract infections in babies with vesicoureteral reflux, so preventing the risk of increasing the bacterial antibiotic resistance Researchers caution that cranberry extracts available on the market are very heterogeneous in their composition and that not all the polyphenolic fractions in them are equally useful Researchers from the universities of Granada (...)
This significant scientific breakthrough, published this week in the prestigious academic journal Nature Genetics, paves the way for the development of new, more effective, and personalized medical treatments for this autoimmune disease. Their work provides us with the tools needed to classify patients in accordance with their genetic profiles and the risks associated with these profiles. It is the most comprehensive genetic study carried out to date of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE or lupus), a disease (...)
The new compound reduced the tumour activity by 50% following 41 days of treatment, in mice with induced tumours  The drug is non-toxic and can de be produced cheaply and quickly The research project recently received €124,930 of public sector funding rom the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the firm Canvax Biotech SL and €20,000 from the private sector Scientists from the University of Granada (UGR) have patented an effective drug for treating cancer stem cells (CSCs) (...)
The University of Granada leads an international research study which has found that a pharmacotherapy follow-up of older patients with polypharmacy from pharmacies notably improves quality of life and reduces hospitalization and visits to A&E 178 pharmacies and 1403 patients have participated in the conSIGUE program in the Spanish provinces of Guipúzcoa, Granada, Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife An international study led by the University of Granada has found that conducting a pharmacotherapy follow-up (...)
Researchers at the University of Granada have published an article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine that points to mechanisms by which exercise could activate brown adipose tissue and outlines the health benefits Scientists at the University of Granada have begun a project to determine the role that exercise plays in activating brown adipose tissue, which regulates body temperature and, when activated, can prevent and combat obesity and improve cardiovascular health. The University of Granada (...)
Research led by the University of Granada and ibs.Granada–the biomedical research institute–affirms this is independent of factors like age, tobacco or alcohol use The study involved over 300 patients in the southern Spanish province of Granada who donated blood and adipose tissue and participated in a 10-year follow-up Research led by the University of Granada and ibs.Granada (Instituto de Investigación Biosanitaria), the biomedical research institute, has shown that in people with obesity, exposure to high levels (...)
A multidisciplinary team of scientists from the University of Granada, La Paz University Hospital (Madrid), and the University of Texas (USA) takes an important step forward in the fight against non-alcoholic liver steatosis, an illness closely linked with obesity and diabetes A study in rats–published in the prestigious Journal of Pineal Research–confirms that melatonin administration combats obesity and diabetes Scientists from the University of Granada, the La Paz University Hospital (Madrid), and the University of Texas (...)
Scientists from the University of Granada warn that protein-rich diets and androgenic anabolic steroids cause oxidative stress due to lipid and protein oxidation The study also shows that high-intensity exercise counters these health-damaging effects Research in rats conducted by scientists at the University of Granada has shown that the consumption of high-protein diets and androgenic anabolic steroids can cause brain oxidative damage due to the oxidation of lipids and proteins. The results of this study suggest (...)
These are the findings of research by scientists at the Brain Mind and Behavior Research Center of the University of Granada and the Catholic University of Valencia Their research-published in PlosOne-involved 75 male and female adolescents, half of them footballers belonging to the Levante UD club Regular football (soccer) participation during adolescence is positively related with aerobic physical condition and the capacity to maintain sustained attention, according to a study conducted by scientists from the Catholic (...)
Research at the University of Granada shows mortality among cyclists varies widely according to the age and sex of the population Scientists analysed the government records of 50,042 cyclists involved in traffic accidents in Spain between 1993 and 2009 A study by researchers at the University of Granada has demonstrated that mortality among cyclists varies widely depending on the age and sex of the population. Male cyclists, above all those aged between 15 and 24 years, (...)
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