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Homeopathic mother tincture of Phytolacca decandra induces apoptosis in skin melanoma cells by activating caspase-mediated signaling via reactive oxygen species elevation | I LOVE HOMEOPATHY

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HBOT is an acceptable complimentary treatment for cancer patients undergoing radiation treatment. HBOT has been shown to reduce inflammation in bones and adjacent tissues where radiotherapy creates an excess amount of reactive oxygen species (14). It also helps with the regeneration of blood vessels that are damaged by radiation. http://drjockers.com/health-benefits-hyperbaric-oxygen-therapy/ #Cancer #Radiation #Treatment #Inflammation #Bones #Tissue #Oxygen #Radiotherapy #Blood

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Antitumor activity of balsam fir oil: production of reactive oxygen species induced by alpha-humulene as possible mechanism of action. - PubMed - NCBI

Blue LEDs Light Up Your Brain Blue LED lighting is popular for energy efficiency and brightness, but it's becoming increasingly understood that this wavelength of light has detrimental effects on human biology. From interfering with your circadian rhythm and sleep cycles to harming your vision, there are many reasons to consider switching back to incandescent lighting.

A constituent in black pepper, piperine, protects against oxidative damage by inhibiting free radicals and reactive oxygen species, as well as positively influencing antioxidant enzymes.

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Homeopathic mother tincture of Phytolacca decandra induces apoptosis in skin melanoma cells by activating caspase-mediated signaling via reactive oxygen species elevation | I LOVE HOMEOPATHY

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Homeopathic mother tincture of Phytolacca decandra induces apoptosis in skin melanoma cells by activating caspase-mediated signaling via reactive oxygen species elevation | I LOVE HOMEOPATHY

NAC, or N-acetyl cysteine, is a form of the essential amino acid cysteine, which is used to make glutathione, the body’s main antioxidant. By...

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from ScienceDaily

Skin bacteria could protect against disease

There are more and more examples of the ways in which we can benefit from our bacteria. According to new research, this is true for the skin as well. The work has shown that the most common bacteria on human skin secrete a protein which protects us from the reactive oxygen species thought to contribute to several skin diseases. The protein has an equally strong effect on dangerous oxygen species as known antioxidants such as vitamin C and vitamin E.