International Conference of Natural and Medical Sciences, Young Scientists, PhD Students and Students

Conference combined with training workshops will be held on December 1st, 2017 to December 3rd, 2017 in Lublin. Presentations of the participants’ work will be shown during the Conference. Also, interesting and free trainings as well as integration party will be held. Read full text »

Ketogenic diet may increase memory and prolong life

A ketogenic diet (KD), known as a keto diet is the most extreme Low-carbohydrate diet (LCD). The goal is to get more calories from protein and fat than from carbs. When carbohydrate intake is very low the body shifts from using glucose as the main fuel source, to break down protein and fat for energy producing ketones, causing ketosis.

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Bariatric surgeries as a prevention of cancer among obese patients?

Scientists from Australia noticed decreased levels of circulating cancer-associated protein biomarkers after bariatric surgery in obese patients. Many scientific studies proved that there is an association between obesity and risk of cancer development. Read full text »

A diet rich in broccoli can reduce the risk of liver diseases

iStock_000034378286_FullThe results of the study published in Journal of Nutrition indicate that eating plants such as broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts can reduce the risk of liver diseases, especially cancer.

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Pancreatic cells transplant is a chance for patients with type 1 diabetes

iStock_000024327831SmallThe research that has recently been published shows that islet transplantation in patients with type 1 diabetes may prevent sugar drops that are dangerous to health. The results of the work of the scientists are considered a breakthrough in the fight against this chronic disease.

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Drinking coffee may reduce the risk of developing colon cancer

The scientists from the University of Southern California Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center found that drinking coffee, decaffeinated or not, may reduce the risk of colon cancer. The study was published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. Read full text »

Is the value of the glycemic index a risk factor for lung cancer?

medical doctor looking at x-ray picture of lungs in hospitalThe journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention published an article showing the connection between the glycemic index (GI) and an increased risk of lung cancer. This study represents the largest analysis to demonstrate the possible links. Read full text »

Bariatric surgeries- novel method in treatment of diabetes type 2 in obese patients?

fScientists from Catholic University of Rome recently published results of their studies in „The Lancet”. They proved that bariatric surgeries are more effective in treatment of diabetes type 2 in obese patients than pharmacotherapy. Read full text »

Alfa-L-fucosidase as a new potential marker of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Team of doctors.Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is currently the most frequent chronic liver disease. Although first mentions of the disease go back to the second half of 20th century, the scientists still find new missing links in pathogenesis chain of NAFLD. A group of researchers from First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University of Medicine in China have shown a positive correlation between level of alpha-L-fucosidase in blood plasma and the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease development [1]. Read full text »

A new look at BMI

iStock_000017779437XSmallThe latest research show that 54 million Americans with BMI in the range of overweight or obesity have good test results, what implicates that there is no heart disease or diabetes. On the other hand, Americans with normal BMI have worse results. This could be the beginning of the end of this commonly used indicator. Read full text »