The importance of homocysteine

By Dino Celeda, PhD

About the Author Dr. Dino Celeda holds a PhD in Biology from the Ruprecht Karls Universitaet, Heidelberg, Germany where he specialized in Human Genetics. Dr. Celeda’s experience includes a variety of prestigious positions such as Senior R&D Officer, Co-Founder and Director of Genetic Testing. Currently, he serves as the Scientific Officer for Cell Science Systems.   Introduction This article shows a few simplified steps on…

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(new book) Immunology 4th edition: Clinical Applications in Health and Disease

By Joseph A. Bellanti

Immunology IV: Clinical Applications in Health and Disease, is the most recent contribution in immunology to be authored by Dr.  Joseph A. Bellanti and with the publication of this landmark fourth edition all the new findings, knowledge and research in immunology are brought together in one comprehensive, up-to-date volume. The perfect solution not only for faculty seeking to fully present this complex scientific discipline to…

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The Alcat Test: How it Works

By Cell Science Systems

  English Transcript Text: Maimonides, the 13th century physician and scholar is believed to have said, “anything that can be treated by diet should be treated by diet.” Yet each of us is a unique individual. Hence, diets must be personalized. Personalizing the diet with the Alcat Test: the state of the art testing for food sensitivities.   Roger Deutsch CEO and Founder: How often…

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Researchers from Yale School of Medicine, Section of Digestive Diseases; and Dept. of Pediatrics, take step in understanding the immunology of food intolerance

By Cell Science Systems

May 23, 2014 DEERFIELD BEACH, FL., May 23, 2014 – Everyone knows the difference between food allergy and food intolerance. Allergy is mediated by a well understood pathway, involving IgE as the final trigger, and it produces immediate symptom onset. It can also be life threatening. Therefore, patients with suspected true food allergy should seek the care of a board certified allergist. Food intolerance is…

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(share) Why Your Insurance Company Will Pay You to Take Your Medicine

By Robert J. Szczerba

Robert J. Szczerba Forbes Contributor – Science and Technology Insights & Innovations CEO – X Tech Ventures Summary The healthcare industry is rapidly changing. With continuing education and research, insurance companies are now shifting from a “fee per service” model to a “fee for outcome” model. The new model is more focused on preventive care. The idea is to keep individuals healthy and out of hospitals; this new…

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Gut Microbes and Gluten: Your Bacteria Might Be Gluten-Sensitive

By Patricia Shelton MD

Most health-conscious people know about celiac disease, in which the wheat protein gluten leads to an immune reaction that causes serious damage to the lining of the small intestine.   Certain features of gluten make it more likely to induce immune responses than other proteins. One key difference is that gluten is less amenable to being broken down by the enzymes that normally digest proteins.…

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