Computers are going to play a larger role in helping medical experts make more accurate decisions about the health of the patients, and the corresponding best treatment – or perhaps just as importantly, when it is best to not proceed with certain treatments.
Participants lost an average of 3.1 ounces of fat per day while on the low-fat diet for six days. On the low-carb diet, participants lost an average of 1.9 ounces of fat per day, also for six days.
Could a feed supplement hold a big part of the overall solution to the bovine flatulence problem? Perhaps so.
Don’t be alarmed by the click-bait sensational headlines. The new “study” is just a review article (no new data) and doesn’t even look at actual association of cell phone use with cancer or other diseases. It only suggest a possible, and at this point still speculative, mechanism, oxidative stress. The data still fails to show any connection between cell phone use and cancer.
The anti-aspartame crowd will find this a bitter pill to swallow.
A new study looking at the herpesvirus vaccine used to prevent Marek’s disease in poultry has come up with some interesting findings. The vaccine may actually lead to the evolution of more virulent strains, which can threaten unvaccinated birds.