Latest Sea Algae News

Mar 27
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Health Care for Sea Turtles Just Got a Shot in the Flipper
When a turtle gets into a harmful algae bloom like red tide toxin, the lipids portion can bind up the toxins.” This will give the turtle a means to remove the toxins that would otherwise remain in the body. Manire has also worked closely with …
Read more on Discover Magazine (blog)

Reliving a Classic National Geographic Article 60 Years Later
As I prepared to dive in the very same waters as Luis at Assumption Island on our current Pristine Seas expedition to document the diverse and abundant marine life in these nearly untouched waters, I hoped for similar experiences. Would these …
Read more on NatGeo News Watch (blog)

Latest Marine Phytoplankton News

Mar 23
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Royal Dutch Shell Wants to Look for Oil in the Most Dangerous Drilling
Unless you're an Iñupiaq, a marine biologist, or an Arctic enthusiast like me, it's a pretty good guess that you can't tell me what those seas are or what those whales are either. … but also hundreds of thousands of walruses and seals, millions of …
Read more on The Nation.

Charles W. Morgan provides scientific odyssey
"In some ways I thought we were the intellectual riffraff, and I tried not to get in the way of the able-bodied crew," Michael Whitney, assistant professor of marine sciences at the University of Connecticut's Avery Point campus, said in a talk Tuesday …
Read more on theday.com

Latest Marine Phytoplankton News

Mar 19
Posted by admin Filed in Marine Phytoplankton

Lallemand launches aquaculture solutions at VIV Asia
A pond is a complex and specific ecosystem where fish or shrimp, phytoplankton, zooplankton, invertebrates, bacteria, and more are involved in waste treatment or production, nutrient delivery or consumption, chemical and physical parameter modification …
Read more on All about feed

New research reveals low-oxygen impacts on West Coast groundfish
But the new findings show that the spread of lower oxygen conditions, which have been documented closer to shore and off Washington and California, could redistribute fish in ways that affect fishing fleets as well as the marine food chain. The lower …
Read more on Phys.Org

New test proposed to determine origin of biodiesel feedstock
Terrestrial vegetation and marine phytoplankton, in the process of photosynthetic absorption of CO2, preferably incorporate C12 instead of C13. But a specific amount of C13 is also incorporated based on photosynthetic carbon fixation mechanism of …
Read more on Biodiesel Magazine

Barbie Turns 55 This Year

Mar 16
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Barbie Turns 55 This Year
Barbie turned 55 on March 9 of this year after being presented to the world on March 9th, 1959. In 1956, Ruth and Elliot Handler, owners of the Mattel Toy Company, were on vacation in Germany. While there, Ruth noticed a doll many girls played with …
Read more on Guardian Liberty Voice

Seabird numbers: a surprising trend

Mar 12
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Seabird numbers: a surprising trend
In a marine world where good news is often hard to find, an increase in winter seabirds is cause for celebration. Eighteen species … The strength of the two changes over time and results in mixed impacts on the base of the food web, phytoplankton …
Read more on Crosscut

Christmas tree worms — Easily-spotted, tiny wonders of the ocean
The crowns are used for respiration and to catch food, which typically consists of microscopic plants, or phytoplankton, floating in the water. … Most new divers visiting the Keys hope to see large marine life like nurse sharks, rays, moray eels and …
Read more on Florida Keys Keynoter

Sardines swim into northern waters to keep cool
They feed off phytoplankton and zooplankton and are themselves the staple diet of large predators, such as cetaceans, large fish and marine birds. These fish occur off the shores of many coastal countries in the world and are important sources of protein.
Read more on The Daily Climate

Ocean acidification changing key organisms which form the basis of the marine
"Life in the oceans is driven by the growth of plant-like microalgae like phytoplankton. Our work shows that changes to phytoplankton will impact on the very base of the food chain, affecting marine life through to fish and whales, and thence also us.".
Read more on South Wales Evening Post

Nervia Now Available at Life Extension

Mar 8
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Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (PRWEB) March 05, 2015

Life Extension® announced today that they now carry Nervia®, a natural supplement manufactured by Kage Apothecare LLC, for supporting nerve health.

Nervia, a new, patented, purely vegetarian, softgel supplement, has been the subject of multiple studies conducted by the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mt. Sinai and at the University of Hawaii, School of Pharmacy. Nervia is composed of nutrients, organic medicinal oils and botanicals needed to maintain nerve cell health and neutralize the oxidative stress and inflammation thought to affect peripheral nerve cells.

“This novel formula is now available for the scores of men and women who have found no adequate method of protecting their nerve cell health and takes a more targeted and scientifically valid approach to maintaining cellular health,” said Bob Thompson, director of retail operations for Life Extension.

“Nervia is a patented and clinically tested formula that was shown to work in multiple ways to completely block key inflammatory cytokines (proteins important in cell signaling) and other cellular messengers responsible for different types of oxidative stress and inflammation,” said Michael Sugerman, CEO and founder of Kage Apothecare.

“Inflammation from oxidative stress creates an unhealthy environment for nerve cells,” Sugerman said. “Excessive production of free radicals diminishes cells’ natural antioxidant defense.” Sugerman added, “Nervia’s patented action helps maintain the already normal feeling you have in your feet and hands by acting on not just one, but on a variety of pathways simultaneously.”

For more information or to purchase Nervia go to http://www.lifeextension.com. A free lecture featuring Michael Sugerman, founder of Kage Apothecare and developer of Nervia®, takes place Thursday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Life Extension Nutrition Center, 5990 North Federal Highway in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

A webcast interview link with Michael Sugerman talking about nerve health is available on RadioMD.

http://RadioMD.com/healthy-talk/item/26050-reducing-nerve-pain-naturally.

About Life Extension

For more than 34 years, Life Extension® has been a pioneer in funding and reporting the latest anti-aging research and integrative health therapies while offering superior-quality dietary supplements to consumers. Life Extension has a long history of offering prescient health guidance to American consumers, in many cases years ahead of the mainstream medical establishment. For example, in 1983, Life Extension recognized the value of daily low-dose aspirin to reduce vascular disease risk, years before the practice enjoyed widespread acceptance. For more information, visit http://www.lifeextension.com.

About Kage Apothecare

Kage Apothecare was established in 2012, to research, develop and market dietary formulations and medical foods to become a market leader in supporting quality of life issues. The company is building a novel portfolio of high value products made with the highest quality and purest ingredients sourced from the finest suppliers in the United States, Europe and Japan.

About Nervia®

Nervia is a patented, proprietary softgel that works across multiple pathways to support nerve health, which includes the modulation of key inflammatory cytokines and reduction of oxidative stress in sensitive tissues. Formulated by Kage Apothecare with diabetics and others in mind, Nervia is based on four years of study and supported by five research studies which were conducted at major medical institutions, with state of the art technology and testing methods utilized by major pharmaceutical companies. For more information: http://www.myNervia.com.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.







Latest Health Supplement News

Mar 4
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Man indicted for rebranding dubious dietary supplement
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The owner of a South Dakota-based dietary supplement business has been charged with rebranding and selling Mexico-manufactured pills that were the subject of a U.S. recall because they were linked to cases of bleeding, stroke and …
Read more on Fresno Bee

Metabolic Fire: Review Examining Sherpa's Supplement Released
Our Metabolic Fire review shows that it is a doctor designed, supplement that helps upgrade your health and exercise easier and far more visibly than diet and exercise can by itself, reports Stevenson. Its a vitamin you take on a daily basis in tablet …
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SBU professor commends Attorney General's crack down on herbal supplements
The Food and Drug Administration has had little control over the supplement industry. The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 exempts supplements from the FDA's approval process for prescription drugs since they are considered foods, …
Read more on Stony Brook Statesman

The good die young: 'Dead zones' find oysters where they should be safe

Feb 28
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The good die young: 'Dead zones' find oysters where they should be safe
Phytoplankton dine on nutrient waste that pours out of city sewers and from farms and animal feed operations located mostly on Maryland's eastern shore. The organism is responsible for enormous algae blooms that lower the bay's oxygen. When oysters and …
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Bob Massie: is a coal free future really feasible?
Marine phytoplankton sequester more Co2 than all the terrestrial plants in the world but the sea is now becoming too acid for many species to flourish. Why? Because CO2 is being dissolved in the oceans, making them more acidic. Mr Massie is not being …
Read more on ABC Online

The Arctic Ocean
His research, and that of his colleagues, showed that planktonic animals such as copepods (pictured above) and krill were abundant, active and grazing on the still smaller algae of the phytoplankton, themselves adapted to manage with the tiniest sliver …
Read more on The Economist

Fish provides more than just essential omega-3 fatty acids

Feb 24
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Fish provides more than just essential omega-3 fatty acids
Health activists have warned of the potential health risks associated with the unnatural diet of caged fish, which is commonly made from corn, grain, poultry and fish, while wild fish are said to be more healthy for you because they rely on natural …
Read more on Jakarta Post

Top 5 Things to Do in the Maldives
We then snorkeled along with our marine biologist guide for about 45 minutes, who would stop to point out and talk about all the cool things we saw. Besides seeing lots of colorful fish and coral, these are also the best opportunities to see manta rays …
Read more on The Epoch Times

Satellite helps determine ocean carbon export flux
The microscopic creatures, which make up the bottom of the marine food chain, were often ignored in earlier studies. Data collected from satellites revealed the amount of organic material created from carbon dioxide by phytoplankton. This measurement …
Read more on Tech Times

Global Warming May Boost Dead Zones in Oceans

Feb 20
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Global Warming May Boost Dead Zones in Oceans
Oxygen levels are also affected by photosynthesis from marine plants, algae and phytoplankton, said Francisco Chavez, a senior scientist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, who also studies oxygen minimum zones. Long-term climate cycles …
Read more on Scientific American

Sunlight to the Seagrasses: US Forest Service Research Shines Light on
Phytoplankton thrive in nutrient-rich waters, and as they grow, they intercept light and shade the ocean floor. Seagrasses were notably absent from areas with high nutrient levels. … and physiological differences, and adaptation to light histories at …
Read more on USDA.gov (press release) (blog)

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