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Oxidative Stress and Diabetes
This article focuses on “the role of oxidative stress and antioxidative therapies in the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus. Precise therapeutic interventions against ROS and downstream targets are now possible and provide important new insights into the treatment of...
Author: Mike Boehmer Methylene Blue is a fascinating substance that has been repurposed many times since its discovery in the 1880s. Methylene Blue is an FDA approved drug, classified as a redox buffer, meaning it can be repetitively oxidized and reduced, thus it can...
Is Pain Objective?
Author: Dr. Albert Ray People often think of experiencing pain as a “subjective” issue. However, recent research into the experience of pain indicates that it is like other sensory modalities, such as seeing, hearing, smelling, and tasting. For example, in actually...
Author: Mike Boehmer The Redox Theory of Aging states that “Aging is a decline in the plasticity of genome-exposome interactions that occur as a consequence of differentiation and exposure memory systems’. To fully understand the fundamental role of oxidative stress...
Oxidative Reduction System
Author: Dr. Albert Ray The Oxidative Reduction System (ORS) in our bodies helps us utilize energy in cells to allow them to function. As a product of the ORS, we produce free radicals which have a chemical electrical charge. We need a certain number of these free...
Regenerative Medicine Therapies
Author: Dr. Albert Ray We have found that oxidative stress is the root cause of most medical illnesses. Regenerative medicine offers your body solutions to restore a balance in the oxidative reduction system which keeps cells and organs healthy and functional,...
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