Los Angeles-based Health Points Productions believes that people need to know more about probiotics, so the company has developed a game promoting education about the science of it all and the use of it in a game called "Microwarriors: The Battle Within."
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What follows is not a formulation—it is an innovation or more aptly described, an invention. It is taking two already great concepts and marrying them in a way that has never been done before.
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A Study has claimed that people who practice yoga, have sex & a hot shower all in one night, give themselves the best chance of having a good night's sleep.
Would Life be better without any stress?
According to new research from the University of California, Berkeley, a little stress may not be too bad for us after all. While chronic stress may be harmful, acute (short-term) stress may actually boost our cognitive function.
Maddie Oatman says, a few years ago, after a gnarly bout of giardia earned from a few months studying in India, and the ensuing rounds of antibiotics prescribed to kill the bugs, I began to take a probiotic supplement to recoup. I was hoping for something to help me digest, and for some new microorganisms to repopulate my intestine and fend off bad bacteria.
New research suggests that probiotic microorganisms, such as those more commonly used in yoghurt, could help bone marrow transplant for patients with blood cancers.
Some patients with lymphoma, myeloma and leukemia are treated with an "allogeneic" bone marrow transplant where the donor is a blood relative or is unrelated but has the same tissue type.
One problem that can arise is "graft-versus-host disease (GVHD)". Here donated cells can generate an immune attack against cancer cells in the patient, but can also attack normal healthy cells & tissues.