Resolvins in wound healing

  • 07/02/2018

The wound healing process largely depends on the resolution of inflammation: for the wound to close, inflammation must be resolved. A number high-risk wounds that develop persistent inflammation are due to surgery, burns or pressure ulcers; in subjects with impaired vascular function (e.g.

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Rvs could be better analgesics than anti-inflammatory drugs

  • 01/05/2018

The identification of specialised pro-resolving lipid mediators (SPMs) changed our understanding of the inflammatory response process.

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Nutrition and nutraceutics in pain therapy

  • 03/20/2017

The role of nutrition in treating pain is receiving special attention in the field of pain management.

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Omega-3 and Period Pain (Dysmenorrhoea)

  • 06/07/2012

For some years it lhas been suggested that increasing omega-3 could reduce period pain, as one of its possible mechanisms could be an imbalance towards omega-6 fatty acids, which are pro-inflammatory.

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Effects of EPA and DHA on inflammation markers in physical exercise

  • 03/22/2013

Although exercise produces a pleasant sensation, when associated muscle pain appears it can affect our perception of well-being and reduce our performance.Excessive, persi

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The use of omega-3 after eccentric exercise

  • 03/24/2014

Muscle contractions involve shortening and lengthening the muscle in producing force: the contraction phase that occurs when the muscle shortens is known as concentric and eccentric when the muscle lengthens. To prevent injuries, both muscle contraction phases must be strengthened.

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A diet high in omega-3 and low in omega-6 helps reduce headache

  • 04/11/2014

According to World Health Organisation (WHO) data, it is calculated that the prevalence of headache (at least once a year) in adults is 47%.

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