No third party may fundamentally publish the work of another without their consent. The BfR is therefore exercising its rights as a scientific institute. This procedure is independent of the scientific assessment. Addendum I has been published for years on the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) website. All professionally qualified conclusions are therefore publicly accessible. […]Continue Reading ...
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction patients often face bone and muscle loss immediately following the procedure. Researchers presenting their work today at the AOSSM/AANA Specialty Day note that combining blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy with traditional rehabilitation efforts may slow bone loss and reduce return to function time. “Providing BFR as part of the rehabilitation […]Continue Reading ...
August 17, 2018 Wichita State University’s new online Skeletal Muscle as an Endocrine Organ badge course explores the growing body of research around skeletal muscle as an endocrine organ that releases metabolites that affect other organs. It is believed to be one of the only online classes nationwide teaching practical blood flow restriction, defined as […]Continue Reading ...
Against this background, the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) is organizing two symposia dealing with microbial risks in food in November 2018: “Food-associated viruses” on 7 November and “Antimicrobial resistance in the food chain” on 8/9 November. “Microbial risks have arrived in public awareness,” says BfR President, Professor Dr. Dr. Andreas Hensel. “Our […]Continue Reading ...
July 3, 2018 Tattooing is the main topic of the latest BfR science magazine BfR2GO “Color pigments from tattoos do not remain locally restricted to the skin, they migrate in the body,” explains BfR President, Professor Dr. Andreas Hensel. “Through UV light and aging, some pigments degrade into toxic substances. Readers of the latest issue […]Continue Reading ...
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