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Where is cholesterol found in body

Cholesterol has a bad reputation, thanks to its well-known role in promoting heart disease. Excess cholesterol in the bloodstream is a key contributor to artery-clogging plaque, which can accumulate and set the stage for a heart attack. However, the role of cholesterol in your body is not all negative. To fully explain cholesterol, you need… Read More »

Who found vitamin d

5 to 10 micrograms of vitamin D a day. I guess, I ll just have to do my research on each and every fruit and vegetable available to get the right answer the answer is being biased by money. Dairy and Eggs Although vegetarians might have fewer options of food that are rich in vitamin… Read More »

Biotech veterans and critics found new company to undercut drug prices

A pharmacy technician fills a prescription inside a Walmart store in Trevose, Pa. Mike Mergen | Bloomberg | Getty Images In the earliest days of Amazon, Jeff Bezos reportedly held meetings with his team in a local Barnes & Noble. At this week’s JPMorgan Healthcare Conference, the industry’s largest investing event of the year, venture… Read More »

Where was malaria first found

Quinine wouldn’t be successfully synthesized until 1918. It can be treated with quinine, it is also important to know where the person got malaria. The clues were, 19th century on demanded testable hypotheses and verifiable phenomena for causation and transmission. Ledger’s cinchona where was malaria first found: a composite of field experience, this is usually if there’s… Read More »

Zantac and some OTC meds found to contain suspected carcinogen first discovered in blood pressure drugs

The saga of potentially dangerous impurities in the U.S. drug supply continues. A suspected cancer-causing impurity that has been found in some blood pressure medicines has now shown up in Sanofi’s Zantac and some over-the-counter heartburn drugs.  At this point, the FDA says that while N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) has been discovered in these ranitidine medicines like… Read More »