Recent Examples of metabolic from the Web
With Mario Gotze still to make a full recovery from metabolic disturbances, Dortmund have been in the market for a new creative midfielder and, with 42 Premier League assists in four years, Ozil could be the man to fill the gap.
So far, however, scientists have failed to establish any direct links between the artificial sweeteners condoned by the FDA and metabolic disease.
The National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation reports that up to 20 percent of deaths caused by sudden infant death syndrome may be caused by a metabolic issue like urea cycle disorder.
The site will become its home of oncology research, as well as housing scientists focused on respiratory, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
The differences in sleep documented by the study accounted for more than one-half of racial differences in cardiovascular and metabolic disease risk.
Studies would later tie these medicinal effects to the bear liver's unique amount of ursodeoxycholic acid, a metabolic byproduct of bacteria in the intestine.
That trend is driven by metabolic constraints in muscle tissue, a newstudy suggests.
This study was the first to test it against Type II diabetes, a chronic and increasingly widespread metabolic disorder that affects more than 29 million Americans and 420 million people around the world, according to the World Health Organization.
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