Vol 3-Issue 2


Letter to Editor

Nutraceuticals: Redefining a Concept

The term “nutraceutical” comes from far: in 1989 by Stephen DeFelice, founder and chairman of the Foundation for Innovation in Medicine (DeFelice, 1989), derived it from the two words "nutrition" (indicating a food component) and "pharmaceutical" (with reference to a drug) [1].

Published 23 Apr, 2018


Editorial

Nanoerythropoietin

This singular subject emphasis on erythropoietin nanoparticles including original research articles on cytoprotective effects of Nanoerythropoietin and its advantages.

Published 23 Apr, 2018


Review Article

Health-Promoting Properties of Apigenin and Kaempferol

The relationship between diet and health has long been known.

Published 23 Apr, 2018


Review Article

Rationale for the Repositioning of Phenytoin as a Topical Analgesic for Peripheral Neuropathic Pain and a Personalized and Investigator-Driven Development Plan

Drug repositioning is recognized as a dynamic field of drug development that can offer real benefits to patients, and it refers to the process of finding new uses for existing drugs outside the scope of the originally authorized medical indication.

Published 13 Mar, 2018


Short Communication

Point-of-Care A1C Testing that we Believe Adds Valuable Information to the Current Body of Literature used to Care for Diabetic Patients

Aims: The aim of this study was to identify potential disparities between Point-Of-Care Testing (POCT) and laboratory hemoglobinH bA1c reporting at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).

Published 16 Mar, 2018




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