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Osteoarthritis may be the leading cause of disability in the united kingdom where it affects around six million people. It is a degenerative osteo-arthritis which steadily destroys the cartilage in the joints, particularly in the hands, feet, spine, hips and knees of the elderly. There happens to be no effective treatment other than treatment or joint replacement. Prof Ian Clark, of UEA’s School of Biological Sciences, who is leading the study said: The UK has an aging human population and developing new approaches for combating age-related illnesses such as osteoarthritis is vital – to improve the standard of life for sufferers but also to lessen the financial burden on society. As part of the three-year project, the UEA team will also investigate the consequences of other dietary substances on osteoarthritis, including diallyl disulphide which is found in high amounts in garlic and in addition appears to slow the destruction of cartilage in laboratory models..The researchers discovered that anterior temporal lobe resection would increase life expectancy by 5.0 years, with surgery preferred in 100 % of the simulations, and that resection would increase quality-adjusted life expectancy by 7.5 quality-altered life-years, with surgery chosen in 96.5 % of the simulations. For a 35-year-old patient, the model shows that anterior temporal lobe resection increased the true number of seizure-free years by 15.0 and reduced the life time absolute risk of dying from seizure-related causes by 15 %.

Registered Red Brangus Bulls
The Red Brangus breed was not based on theory that two breeds ought to produce a superior third. Instead, the mating of Brahman and Angus in a commercial setting proved itself superior to straight-bred British cattle. While these commercial matings yielded both red and black progeny, it was the red calves that proved themselves superior in terms of growth, fertility and hardiness. Red Brangus cattle combine the hardiness, disease resistance and unmatched maternal instincts of the Brahman breed with the superior carcass quality, fertility, maternal and milking ability of the Angus. Red Brangus breeders have been diligent in maintaining these characteristics and have concentrated on producing cattle that will meet the needs of the commercial industry as well as the consumer.