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Research shows protein isoform inhibitors may hold the key to making opioids safer

Researchers at the University of Arizona Health Sciences identified a new way to make opioids safer, increasing the pain-relieving properties…

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Ora Organics So Lean & So Clean Protein Powder Review

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Pongamia trees grow where citrus once flourished, offering renewable energy and plant-based protein

An ancient tree from India is now thriving in groves where citrus trees once flourished in Florida, and could help…

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Protein Powder Substitute: Powdered Peanut Butter

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Chilling discovery: Study reveals evolution of human cold and menthol sensing protein, offering hope for future non-addictive pain therapies

Chronic pain affects millions worldwide, and current treatments often rely on opioids, which carry risks of addiction and overdose. Non-addictive…

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Membrane protein analogues could accelerate drug discovery

Many drug and antibody discovery pathways focus on intricately folded cell membrane proteins: when molecules of a drug candidate bind…

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Should I Eat Protein Before or After a Workout?

If you’re looking to build muscle, the question of when to eat protein around a workout (before? after? during?) becomes…

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How Much Protein Does Tofu Have?

For people looking to eat enough protein without adding more meat to their diet, tofu may seem like a perfect…

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12 Ways to Add Protein to Smoothies

If you’ve ever happily downed a delicious, fruit-filled smoothie only to find yourself starving again an hour or so later,…

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A protein that enables smell–and stops cell death

While smell plays a considerable role in the social interactions of humans — for instance, signaling fear or generating closeness…

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