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Steroids could do more harm than good in treating coronavirus

10-Feb-2020

Steroids should be avoided in the treatment of the current novel coronavirus, experts have advised. A commentary article published in The Lancet concludes that, based on evidence from previous outbreaks of similar types of infection such as SARS, steroids provide little benefit to patients and ...

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Study ends debate over role of steroids in treating septic shock

22-Jan-2018

The results from the largest ever study of septic shock could improve treatment for critically ill patients and save health systems worldwide hundreds of millions of dollars each year. Researchers at The George Institute for Global Health studied whether the use of steroids as an additional ...

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Streamlined process opens drug development to a new class of steroids

27-Sep-2017

Researchers at Dartmouth College have developed a technique to produce synthetic steroids that could pave the way for a cascade of new drug discoveries. The process facilitates access to rare, mirror-image isomers of naturally occurring steroid structures. The technique, based on a series of new ...

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Reasons not to lick a toad

31-Jan-2017

As human diseases become alarmingly antibiotic resistant, identification of new pharmaceuticals is critical. The cane toad and other members of the Bufonidae family produce substances widely used in traditional folk medicine, but endangered family members, like Panama's golden frog, Atelopus ...

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Cholesterol an Important Piece of the Puzzle for Fat-Burning

28-Nov-2016

Gut bacteria play a little-understood role in the body’s energy balance, which is influenced by diet. However, the crucial nutritional components are unknown. A team at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was able to demonstrate for the very first time that mice without gastrointestinal ...

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Promising transport molecule for steroid medications discovered

09-Nov-2016

When the word steroids comes up, a lot of people think of doping. It is much less well known that steroids are used in the treatment of many diseases, such as asthma, neurodermatitis, multiple sclerosis, and Crohn’s Disease. Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and Jacobs ...

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New method to performance-enhancing drugs

20-Mar-2014

While the world's best athletes competed during last month's winter Olympics, doctors and scientists were waging a different battle behind the scenes to make sure no one had an unfair advantage from banned performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs). Now, for the first time, researchers have unveiled a ...

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Mathematical and biochemical 'design features' for cell decoding of pulses revealed

17-Mar-2014

Every cell in the body has to sense and respond to chemicals such as hormones and neurotransmitters. They do so by relaying information from receptors to intracellular biochemical pathways that control cell behaviour, but relatively little is known about how cells decode the information in ...

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Health problems resulting from Guduchi herbal tea are possible

However, the available data is still insufficient

11-Mar-2014

Made from the stalks or stems of the climbingplant Tinospora cordifolia, Guduchi hearbal tea is used in Ayurvedic treatments. This tea often additionally contains other herbal tea or spice plants, in the case of which the proportion of parts derived from Tinospora cordifolia can account for up to ...

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Breakthrough model holds promise for treating Graves' disease

Animal model first to simulate eye complications of thyroid disorder

05-Sep-2013

Researchers have developed the first animal model simulating the eye complications associated with the thyroid condition Graves' disease, a breakthrough that could pave the way for better treatments, according to a recent study accepted for publication in The Endocrine Society's journal ...

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