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Nutrition & Aging

Nutrition & Aging diagram by Hisatomi et al, PLOS One
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Nutrition improves health and well-being and is one of the important determining factors in successful aging. The mechanism by which nutrition plays a roll in aging is still being unveiled. Discover the latest research on nutrition and aging here.

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Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine = Revue Roumaine De Médecine Interne

Aging and nutrition. Paving the way to better health

Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine = Revue Roumaine De Médecine InterneMarch 6, 2020
Emilio Molina-MolinaPiero Portincasa
The American Journal of the Medical Sciences

Acarbose versus Repaglinide in Diabetes Treatment: A New Appraisal of Two Old Rivals

The American Journal of the Medical SciencesMarch 24, 2020
Reza PishdadGholam Reza Pishdad
The New England Journal of Medicine

Case 6-2020: A 34-Year-Old Woman with Hyperglycemia

The New England Journal of MedicineFebruary 20, 2020
Miriam S UdlerChristina A Austin-Tse
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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Lower Percentage of Fat Mass among Tai Chi Chuan Practitioners

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public HealthFebruary 21, 2020
Silvia StagiElisabetta Marini
Nutrients

Physical Activity and Diet Shape the Immune System during Aging

NutrientsMarch 4, 2020
Christopher WeyhBarbara Strasser
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Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Care and Sciences

Risk of hypoglycemia associated with repaglinide combined with clopidogrel, a retrospective cohort study

Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Care and SciencesMarch 25, 2020
Yuuki AkagiMakoto Ujihara

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