Dr. David W. Li
Editor-in-Chief: Current Molecular Medicine
College of Medicine
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE USA
Minerals are an essential part of our diet. Among the long list of minerals, Iodine is a key ingredient that the human body requires. Deficiency of Iodine can cause serious health issues. According to The World Health Organization (WHO) over 2 billion people all over the world may have iodine deficiency and up to 50 million of them are facing serious symptoms like brain damage.
In the human body, thyroid is a gland that produces sufficient hormones to meet the body’s needs. For the development of hormones in thyroid gland our body needs sufficient amount of iodine. The deficiency of it can cause the gland to work harder than its capacity. This can result in the enlargement of thyroid gland; this condition is called goiter.
The best way to prevent iodine deficiency is to ensure that you take right amount of food which has the mineral in abundance, such as, bread, eggs, dairy products, iodized salt and some vegetables.
Bentham Science Publishers stands with people suffering with Iodine deficiency disorders. Find the latest research articles published on Iodine Deficiency.
Today, on the 21st of October 2016, we raise awareness about the disorders caused by the Iodine Deficiency. Bentham Science Publishers has various research journals dedicated to Iodine and other Deficiencies. The most significant one is;
Today, on the 20th of October 2016, we raise awareness about the Osteoporosis and their possible treatments. Bentham Science Publishers has various research journals dedicated to the Osteoporosis and bone diseases. The most significant one is;
Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) is a data quality system in place to ensure the uniformity, consistency, reliability and reproducibility of preclinical studies in laboratories and organizations conducting research. Prior to clinical trials (where laboratories and pharmaceutical companies are subject to Good Clinical Practice (GCP)), non-clinical health and environmental safety studies are planned, performed, monitored, recorded, archived and reported according to GLP regulations. While there is no specific certification or accreditation issued by a regulatory body in the United States, laboratories are subject to an FDA audit if a study looks to not be compliant with GLP.
GLP regulations were created in response to a lack of consistency and quality in the conduct of studies performed to assess the safety of chemicals that humans might be exposed to, as well as the safety of drugs prior to initiation of first-in-human…
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