Two natural compounds, vitamin D and xanthohumol, appear to have the ability to address imbalances in gut microbiota that may set the stage for obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Personalized moisturizers based on an individual's own lipid profile may dramatically change the treatment of eczema around the world.
A survey suggests there remain many questions about how or whether to use antibiotics with hospice patients, and how such medications are used in end of life care.
A new approach to cancer therapy using improved photodynamic technology has been developed at OSU.
A new system to deliver cardioprotective polyphenols such as resveratrol and quercetin may have value in improving cancer therapy.
Compounds being studied at OSU could be part of a new approach to cancer, in which cancer cells and tumors are not so much killed as put to sleep.
Some animals apparently have the ability to make their own sunscreen, and with further research it's at least possible that a compound may some day help humans do that as well.
The soaring price of drugs used to treat multiple sclerosis may be just one sign of a much larger problem in the pharmaceutical industry, a new study concludes.
A majority of older Americans are now taking a daily dose of aspirin, even though its use is not recommended by the FDA for many of them.
Antidepressant drugs used to treat anxiety disorders may not work as well as published studies would have you believe, raising questions about the process used to inform doctors.
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