Maitake mushroom extract -Wednesday, September 4, 2019
Maitake is a large mushroom known for its deliciousness and good health. Japanese legends believe that whoever finds such rare and precious mushrooms will dance happily, so they are called “dancing mushroom”.
Throw away the plastic, is being eaten by you -Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Recently, microplastics have once again attracted attention. A team of scientists led by the United States found tiny plastic fragments in the ice core drilled in the Arctic; in the snow in the Arctic, a considerable amount of plastic particles were detected... The increasingly serious microplastic pollution has reached the earth's most In remote areas, people are alarmed.
Hypoglycemic Herbal Supplements -Tuesday, September 3, 2019
A healthy lifestyle is increasingly being valued by people. More and more people are paying attention to nutritional supplements. These supplements can be subdivided into supplements of different functions by type, including blood cholesterol reduction, gastrointestinal health, weight management and so on.
Science and Technology Daily News According to a medical paper published by the British journal Nature Communications, Korean scientists have discovered the mechanism behind chemotherapy-induced permanent hair loss. The researchers transplanted human hair follicles into mice and identified changes in hair follicle stem cells caused by chemotherapy -- a change that can cause permanent hair loss.
The World Health Organization today issued a statement welcoming the Swiss government's plan to cancel cooperation with tobacco company Philip Morris International at the 2020 Dubai World Expo.
New Technique for 3D Printed Heart -Monday, August 12, 2019
Recently, a scientific paper published by a group of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University introduced a new 3D bioprinting method that brings the tissue engineering field closer to being able to 3D print full-size adult hearts. Their latest version of the Freeform Reversible Embedding of Suspended Hydrogels (FRESH) technology allows them to print collagen in 3D
According to the online edition of the British journal Nature Medicine, American scientists have used human cells to create a three-dimensional human eye model that can be blinked, which is expected to replace the current common animal model.
How Long Can Humans Live? -Friday, August 9, 2019
Humans have a longer life span around the world. Despite experiencing significant ups and downs, life expectancy at birth has been growing steadily for many years. In the past two centuries, this number has more than doubled.
For drugs with a short half-life, if sufficient controlled release is to be maintained, the dose per unit of dosage must be large, resulting in an increase in the dosage form. In general, drugs with a half-life of less than one hour are not suitable for use as a slow release form.
An oral controlled-release(OCR) drug refers to an oral formulation which can continuously release a drug for a long period of time after taking, wherein the main drug is slowly released and absorbed at an appropriate rate. The OCR drug needs to be taken less frequently, which is beneficial for reducing the side effects caused by exceeding the therapeutic blood concentration range, and it can be preserved in an effective concentration range for a long time to maintain the therapeutic effect.