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Researchers at the University of Granada prove that the extent and severity of chronic periodontitis is directly related to the severity of myocardial infarction  This research, published in the Journal of Dental Research, surveyed 112 patients who had suffered from an acute case of myocardial infarction. These patients underwent a series of cardiological, biochemical and periodontal health checks and tests. Researchers from the University of Granada have demonstrated for the first time that chronic periodontitis, an inflammatory (...)
Researchers from the universities of Granada (Spain) and Washington in St Louis (US) break new ground in what could be an important first step towards better diagnosis and treatment of this disease The find has been recently published in the prestigious American Journal of Psychiatry Scientists from the universities of Granada (Spain) and Washington in St Louis (US) have found that there is not a single type of schizophrenia, but that it consists of a group made (...)
These are the conclusions of a study conducted by University of Granada scientists and the San Cecilio Clinical Hospital (Granada), published in the prestigious journal Pediatrics Late clamping of the umbilical cord increases the anti-oxidant capacity of mature newborns, and the moderation of inflammatory effects in the case of those born from induced labour A study conducted by University of Granada scientists (from the Physiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Departments) and from the San Cecilio Clinical Hospital (Granada) (...)
An Andalusian team of researchers led by the University of Granada has designed a drug that fights cancerogenic stem cells responsible for the onset and development of cancer, for relapse after chemotherapy, and for metastasis The new drug, called Bozepinib, has been successfully tested in mice, and has a selective action against cancerogenic stem cells for breast and colon cancer, as well as melanoma. An Andalusian team of researchers led by the University of Granada has demonstrated (...)
An international team of scientists including researchers from the U. of Granada find that the speed of saccadic movements (rapid eye movements) is an excellent way to objectively measure the level of fatigue in a physician Results prove that after a 24-hour medical shift, the speed of saccadic movements diminishes and the subjective perception of fatigue augments. However, the execution of simulated laparoscopic tests is not affected by this type of fatigue. An international team of scientists (...)
A researcher from the University of Granada participates in a US research project that emphasizes the need for public administrations to encourage children and their families to walk more often during their daily routines This research was published in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 1.219 children between 8 and 11, and 1.007 parents from 18 different US schools participated in it. An international research project, which includes researchers from the U. of Granada, (...)
Scientists at the University of Granada also recommend to sleep in absolute darkness and avoid artificial illumination at night to avoid interference in the generation of endogenous melatonine.Their research has been published in the last online issue of the prestigious Journal of Pineal Research Scientists at the University of Granada, in collaboration with La Paz University Hospital in Madrid and the University of Texas, San Antonio in the US have demonstrated through several experiments conducted on (...)
This research, conducted at the University of Granada, also reveals that soy protein supplements are better than those with whey, since they improve calcium content in bones by as much as seven per cent.This research has been published in the journal Food & Function Researchers at the University of Granada have found, through an experiment conducted on rats, that hyperproteic diets could be beneficial for bones, which would be of great use for groups with bone (...)
Scientists at the University of Granada have made important strides in the fight against the Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD), which is closely related to obesity and diabetes. The journal PLOS ONE has recently published this experiment, conducted on obese rats. Spanish scientists have demonstrated through an experiment on obese rats that the consumption of probiotics during thirty days helps diminish the accumulation of fat in the liver. This new finding, published today by the journal (...)
Scientists from the University of Granada, in collaboration with another 25 European research groups, have shown that teenagers in Spain, Italy and Greece are less fit and more obeseThe study—published in Pediatrics, the worldwide leading journal in its field—included 3528 adolescents from nine European countries Adolescents in southern Europe are less fit in terms of cardiorespiratory capacity, strength and speed-agility than their central-northern European peers. Moreover, southern adolescents are more obese and present higher levels of (...)
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