e-book Allergies and Food Addictions - no more as of now published

Food allergies are on the rise. Researchers are trying to discover why food allergies are increasing in developed countries worldwide. More than 17 million Europeans have a food allergy, and hospital admissions for severe...More

15.04.2015Cover e-book Allergies and Food Addictions - no more

e-book Allergies and Food Addictions - no more will be published on 04/15/2015

Food allergies are on the rise. Researchers are trying to discover why food allergies are increasing in developed countries worldwide. More than 17 million Europeans have a food allergy, and hospital admissions for severe...More

29.03.2015Cover e-book Allergies and Food Addictions - no more

Center of Excellence of Research on Environmental Pediatrics

Fayoum University of Egypt in cooperation with Prof. Ehab Ragaa, Director of the National Research Center (NRC), Al Arabi Hospital, the Center of Childhood Cancer Research and Micro Trace Minerals Laboratory of Germany are in the...More

22.03.2015Pollution

New Newsletter N° 11 - March 2015 Now Online

Topics: Laboratory News, Lung cancer 'overtaking breast cancer in European women', Before you treat, diagnose, Notes regarding chelating agents and supplements, Blood Metal Analysis, Laboratory Information, New Book Release:...More

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A key role for an impaired detoxification mechanism in the etiology and severity of autism spectrum disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is a syndrome with a number of etiologies and different mechanisms that lead to abnormal development. The identification of autism biomarkers in patients with different degrees of clinical...More

22.02.2015US National Library of Medicine

Air pollution and detrimental effects on children’s brain. The need for a multidisciplinary approach to the issue complexity and challenges

Millions of children in polluted cities are showing brain detrimental effects. Urban children exhibit brain structural and volumetric abnormalities, systemic inflammation, olfactory, auditory, vestibular and cognitive deficits v...More

13.02.2015PubMed Logo / PMC - NCBI

Healthy, Happy New Year 2015

We wish all of you the very best for the New Year 2015. And thank you for the continuous support you have given us over the past.More

01.01.2015Healthy, Happy New Year 2015
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