Glioma Pipeline Insights | Clinical Trial Research Evaluation Report By DelveInsight

Glioma pipeline involves 150+ key companies continuously working towards developing 150+ Glioma  treatment therapies, as per DelveInsight, /PRNewswire/ — DelveInsight’s ‘Glioma Pipeline Insight 2022’ report provides comprehensive global coverage of available, marketed, and pipeline glioma therapies in various stages of clinical development, major pharmaceutical companies are working to advance the pipeline space and future growth potential…

COVID-19: New energy for flagging immune cells

In severe Covid-19 patients, the metabolism produces insufficient amounts of certain energy-rich compounds called ketone bodies. However, these energy carriers are needed by two important cell types in the immune system in order to fight the virus effectively. Perhaps this finding explains why some people fall ill so much more severely than others. A study…

The Global Ketone Supplements Market To Advance Upto USD 5.3 Billion by 2027, Asserts DelveInsight

DelveInsight Business Research LLPThe Ketone Supplements market is witnessing positive growth owing to the increasing popularity of ketogenic diets for weight loss and gaining strength, rising demand for ketogenic supplements by sports enthusiasts as an alternative to caffeinated energy drinks. The introduction of new flavors in ketone supplements, pushes the demand, thereby contributing to the…

Ketogenic Diets in Binge-Eating Disorder With Obesity

Binge-eating disorder was first described in 1959 by the American psychiatrist Albert Stunkard to illustrate the characteristics of a subgroup of patients with obesity and recurrent episodes of excessive and uncontrolled eating; a behavior he called binge eating. However, its existence as a distinct eating disorder was ignored until the second half of the 1980s,…

US metabolic health worsens – again

Most adults in the US have poor metabolic health and the trend line over the last two decades is getting worse and worse. A new study, that followed more than 55,000 Americans between 1999 and 2018, reports that only 6.8% had optimal metabolic health.  That means that 93% instead had at least two or more…