How is diarrheal irritable bowel syndrome and functional diarrhea diagnosed? Experts teach you to do
Time of Update: 2023-01-05
For medical professionals only, this article summarizes the difficulties and points of diagnosis and treatment: Functional bowel diseases (FBDs) are considered to be abnormalities in intestinal-brain interaction caused by a combination of factors, resulting in hypersensitivity of internal organs, resulting in a series of gastrointestinal symptoms associated with defecation 。 Irritable bowel syndrome with diarrhea (IBS-D) and functional diarrhea (FDr), characterized by diarrhoea, are characterized by a high incidence, but questions remain about the optimal diagnostic pathway and targeted management.
Deloitte: The global mining industry will continue its digital transition in 2018
Time of Update: 2022-12-26
” Phil Hopwood suggests that to learn to thrive in the boom and bust cycles of mining and seize new opportunities, companies must rethink traditional mining models.
How transplanted gut bacteria cause cardiovascular changes in mice
Time of Update: 2022-09-14
Further reading: Artificial sweeteners are not only related to intestinal metabolism, but may also be related to heart diseaseGut microbiota mediate vascular dysfunction in a murine model of sleep apnea: effect of probiotics Researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine and the University of Missouri Health Care Center discovered how obstructive sleep apnea affected the gut microbiota of mice, and how transplantation from sleep apnea affected the gut microbiota of mice led to cardiovascular changes in recipient mice.
Time of Update: 2022-08-12
Enhancement of transcription factor C/EBPβ function controls fat storageWhen mice were fed a high-fat diet in the laboratory, within a short period of time they gained weight, became obese, and developed metabolic problems similar to those in obese humans, including inflammation of adipose tissue, fat accumulation in the liver and muscles, etc.
Exposure to these compounds during pregnancy may affect offspring brain development
Time of Update: 2022-05-24
▲The picture shows the comprehensive framework in this study (picture source: Reference )In early pregnancy, the right concentration of thyroid hormone is essential for the growth and development of the brain, therefore, the EDC mixture is likely to cause the delay of neonatal language development through its effect on thyroid hormone .
Harnessing brain plasticity for epilepsy resilience
Time of Update: 2022-02-22
A research team led by Professor Ko Matsui of the "Super-network Brain Physiology Lab" at Tohoku University in Japan reports a stimulation modality used in laboratory animals that stimulates Patterns may develop resilience against epilepsy .
Nature Aging: Naked mole rats reveal their age through epigenetics
Time of Update: 2022-01-08
They say that using epigenetic clocks can not only estimate the age of wild naked mole rats, but also help study their potential as model organisms for aging, longevity, and disease suppression .
Does eating nuts have health protection for breast cancer survivors
Time of Update: 2021-11-03
A study on breast cancer survivors published in the International Journal of Cancer showed that eating nuts is associated with reducing the risk of breast cancer recurrence or death .
The 3449 breast cancer survivors in the Shanghai Breast Cancer Survival Study completed their dietary assessment 5 years after diagnosis.
The 2021 China Soy Sauce and Seasoning Sauce Industry Innovation and Development Summit Forum was successfully held in Meishan, Sichuan
Time of Update: 2021-10-09
Chen Gong, an expert from the Technical Committee of the China Condiment Association and Sichuan Food Fermentation Industry Research and Design Institute, shared the topic of "Research on Soy Sauce and Pickled Vegetables" from the general situation, process technology and research status, development trends and new products.
Eisai launches Tazverik in Japan to treat EZH2 mutation-positive FL
Time of Update: 2021-09-05
The drug is indicated for the treatment of patients with relapsed or refractory EZH2 mutation-positive follicular lymphoma .
Study 206 enrolled patients with relapsed or refractory primary follicular lymphoma (FL) with positive mutations in the EZH2 gene.
New technology identifies proteins in living brains
Time of Update: 2021-08-28
After verifying the technology using fluorescence and electron microscope imaging of the brain, the researchers found that their technology took a snapshot of all the proteins (or proteome) in living neurons, which could then be analyzed by mass spectrometry after death .
J Thorac Oncol: The impact of low-dose CT (LDCT) screening for primary lung cancer on the risk of subsequent brain metastasis (BM
Time of Update: 2021-06-10
Based on large-scale population studies, low-dose CT (LDCT) screening for early detection of primary lung cancer (PLC) can reduce the risk of brain metastasis (BM) after the diagnosis of PLC.
Professor Zhao Futao: From the outside to the inside, let you have a more comprehensive understanding of Sjogren’s syndrome
Time of Update: 2021-04-28
"Benefiting from a large number of basic research and clinical research data support (Table 2), the 2020 "Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome Guidelines" will include IGU in the recommended list of immunomodulators, and indicated that SS patients with systemic involvement can use it.
A new mechanism for the dormant of ethylene-regulated seeds was found in plants of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Time of Update: 2021-03-14
sprouting refers to the phenomenon of crop seeds germination on mother plants induced by wet weather before harvest, which seriously affects crop yield and processed food quality, and is a worldwide disaster.
The molecular mechanism of rice protein quality formation is revealed
Time of Update: 2021-03-04
In endosperm cells, gluten is first synthesized in an endoennet in the form of a 57 kDa pregenuity, and then transported to the protein storage bubble by gourki to a dense vesicle-mediated way, under the action of liquid bubble processing enzymes, and eventually cut into mature gluten sub-base and storage.