12.10.2017

FemNAT-CD: Findings from the study

daacros Saliva Lab Trier is partnering as an SME within a research project "Neurobiology and Treatment of Adolescent Female Conduct Disorder: The Central Role of Emotion Processing" (FemNAT-CD; finded by the European...

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04.04.2017

Weleda presents daacro Statistics on Neurodoron®

Results of a post-hoc analysis were presented at the European Congress for Integrative Medicine 2016 in Budapest: a clinical trial with neurodoron® in patients with nervous exhaustion. In September 2016, Rebecca Hufnagel,...

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04.04.2017

We can do more than Stress: Sport Studies

Nutritional supplements – increased performance? Nutritional supplements are concentrated sources of nutrients with nutrition-specific or physiological effects that augment normal nutrition. In the form of pills, tablets,...

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04.04.2017

Know your Options when selecting a Study Design - Study type NIS: Non-interventional studies

In scientific research, we principally differentiate between primary and secondary research. While secondary research summarizes study results that are already available by conducting meta-analyses or reviews, in primary...

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04.04.2017

Scientific Expertise – an important Foundation of Clinical Research

EU projects and their importance for contract researchThe European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) only allows health-related claims in advertisements or on the packaging of food products, if these are convincingly evidenced by...

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04.04.2017

Saliva Lab Trier: Melatonin – more than just a Sleep Hormone

Synthesis of the neurohormone melatonin is extremely important for a healthy sleep rhythm as it helps regulate the circadian rhythm. Melatonin production is inhibited by light and facilitated by darkness. About 2 hours before...

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08.02.2017

FemNAT-CD: 4th General Assembly Meeting in Budapest

daacro’s Saliva Lab Trier is partnering as a SME within a research project “Neurobiology and Treatment of Adolescent Female Conduct Disorder: The Central Role of Emotion Processing” (FemNAT-CD; funded by the European Commission’s...

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