For Veterans with Gulf War Illness, an Explanation for the Unexplainable Symptoms

‘For Veterans with Gulf War Illness, an Explanation for the Unexplainable Symptoms’, http://www.the-aps.org/mm/hp/Audiences/Public-Press/2015/48.html, American Physiological Society (September 10, 2015). Mitochondrial dysfunction New preliminary research to be presented (…): For the first time direct evidence of greater mitochondrial damage in Gulf War veterans. (…) These findings (…) support that mitochondrial dysfunction may be involved in GWI.

Discrimination during adolescence has lasting effect on body – Decades of unjust treatment impacts stress hormone levels, researchers find

Julie Deardorff, ’Discrimination during adolescence has lasting effect on body – Decades of unjust treatment impacts stress hormone levels, researchers find’, http://www.northwestern.edu/newscenter/stories/2015/09/discriminationduring-adolescence-has-lasting-effect-on-body.html, Northwestern University (September 9, 2015). Cortisol Young adults from racial/ethnic minority groups who perceive more discrimination have higher levels of cortisol in the evening and less decline in cortisol levels across the day… Lees verder Discrimination during adolescence has lasting effect on body – Decades of unjust treatment impacts stress hormone levels, researchers find