Raymond O'Rourke, food lawyer at Mason Hayes & Curran in
Dublin, Ireland. O'Rourke, the author of 'European Food
Law', while generally positive about the European Food Safety
Authority, shared his concerns...
Cooking with iron pots could play a significant role in preventing
iron deficiency, a major nutritional problem in the developing
world, according to a recent study by scientists in the United
States. Researchers from Cornell University...
Early results of a study by neuroscientist James Joseph, of the
USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University,
indicate that blueberries may help reduce age-related brain damage
that can lead to conditions like...
A study published in the current issue of Breast Cancer Research
and Treatment suggests that the black cohosh supplement
RemiFemin Menopause can safely relieve menopausal symptoms in women
with a history of breast cancer who cannot...
Swiss fine chemicals company Lonza said today that Martin Ebner's
BZ Group Holding plans to sell its 19.8 per cent stake in the
business in the coming weeks in a bid to raise cash for the
US scientists are meeting later this month to analyse the DNA of 11
strains of probiotic bacteria. The aim is to help food scientists
improve the safety of foods such as cheese and yoghurt and the
research will also contribute to...
The dietary supplement SAM-e could be an effective alternative
treatment to prescription drugs for depression and osteoarthritis
and may help some chronic liver conditions, according to an
Evidence Report Summary on the supplement...
Following the FTC's recent report on false claims made by weight
loss products, the Strategic Research Institute in New York is
holding a forum for weight loss marketers to learn about the latest
findings, investigations, guidelines...
Endovasc - a biotechnology company with two cardiovascular drugs
approved for final FDA Phase III trials - announced that it has
established a new subsidiary, Nutriceutical Development Corporation
(NDC), for its potential blockbuster...