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The chronotype of first year medical students vis-a-vis level of stress, sleep quality and academic performance.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20091507083234
Author(s) :
Olivia Victoria M. Calaguas, Dr. Leandro D. Vila, Kristel Marie P. Anunciacion, Tristan Angelo M. Calaquian, Rosa Lauren D. Cunanan, Ainah Pamela D. Cunanan, Carleen Nicole S. Araos, Christian Jerome S. Carreon, Opal Anne A. Balajadia, Chungda Chhumare, Aris Miguel D. David, Sunil Basnet, Darlene M. Dizon, Samridhi Dawadi, Jennifer T. Bonifacio, Remar L. Domdom, JIm Abner Sam G. Dimabuyu, BIjay Dali, Joanna Marie B. Balingit, Aleth S. Cruz, Justin Ral D. David, Prajwol Bhurtel, Jerome S. Dizon, Pamela Y. Diaz, Ryan Joe A. Dungca
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The aim of the study was to categorize the first year medical students of Angeles University Foundation to their corresponding chronotypes or circadian preferences and subsequently relate it with their level of stress, sleep quality and academic performance. Th e researchers obtained the correspo . . .
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Cytotoxic activity of crude flavonoid extract from molave leaves against human prostate cancer cells i n vitro.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20091506245264
Author(s) :
Joed T. Ticse, Dr. Ricardo R. Santos, Dr. Roberto  Z. Yuseco, Dr. Ricky  V. Gutierrez, Mark Stephen Roger P. Santos, Shrijana Singh, Lady Dianne G. Tongol, Christina  Shrestha, Jason King D. Talao, Christine Jessica R. Tubig, Sani Shrestha, BIen Anton Lorenzo I. Vergara, Melody  B. Ursal, Eugene Edward C. Taruc, Paul Emmanuel  L. Yambao, Danica Kaye P. Timbol, Deepa Shankar, Charles Eryll S. Sy, Patrick Joseph P. Tranquilino, Saman Shrestha, Elaine M. Velario, Christian A. Udarbe, Venkateshram K. Singa, Vyeron Pearl  P. Vitug
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Hypoglycemic effect of commercially prepared supplements of Lagerstroemia speciosa in hyperglycemic albino mice induced with a diet rich in high fructose corn syrup.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20090807120625
Author(s) :
Christian Jerome S. Carreon, Dr. Ricardo R. Santos, Dr. Roberto  Z. Yuseco, Dr. Ricky V. Pinpin, Kristel Marie P. Anunciacion, Jennifer T. Bonifacio, Opal Anne A. Balajadia, Tristan Angelo M. Calaquian, Aleth S. Cruz, Sunil Basnet, Samridhi Dawadi, BIjay Dali, Ainah Pamela D. Cunanan, Carleen Nicole D. Araos, Olivia Victoriano M. Calaguas, Chungda Chhumare, Joanna Marie B. Balingit, Justin Ral D. David, Rosa Lauren D. Cunanan, Prajwol Bhurtel, Aris Miguel D. David
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Lagerstroema speciosa known as "banaba" is traditionally used as a herbal medicine in the Philippines. Although Lagerstroema speciosa has been shown to produce hypoglycemic effects in some mice models of diabetes, there are no reports of the effects of this substance in non - diabetic mice fed w . . .
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The protective effects of glutathione on isoniazidrifampicin induced hepatotoxicity in rabbits.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20082509572952
Author(s) :
Joseph John S. Tayag, Ricardo Santos, Contessa Salvador, Bernadett A. Songco, Flora Mae G. Sta. Ines
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The effects of reduced glutathione were vastly discussed and investigated in the past few years. its protective effect against free radicals and drug metabolites is one of the highlights. In this paper, the ability of reduced glutathione (30mg/kg/wt) in preventing the development of hepatotoxicit . . .
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PhytoChemical analysis of ratiles (Muntingia Calabura L.) and Spectrophotometric measurements of its Antioxidant activity using DPPH assay.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20073101354864
Author(s) :
Zhyra Gail T. Catli, Ma. Patricia Isobel S. Aragon, Ma. Franceska Carbonel, Benigno Capili, Alan Canlapan, Diana Castro, Crisostomo Ayson
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Background: According to the department of health - Health intelligence service (DOH-HIS, 1992, 1996), cancer ranks third in the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the Philippines, Thus, efforts in the prevention of cancer are being implemented. As the occurrence of chr . . .
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Exposure of Brine Shrimp Bio-Assay to ubiquitous heavy metals extracted from selected medicinal plants procured in Quiapo, Manila Vis-A-Vis their toxic effects to human cells.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20072309263175
Author(s) :
Rey Kevin Q. Garcia, Dr. Ricardo R. Santos, Dr. Contesa Salvador, Alfred G. Jones, Rose Ann B. Guevara, Abigail D. Duya, Alpha Marie P. Hizon, Alica Marie P. Hizon
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Man is dependent upon plants for his very existence. The food he eats, the clothes he wears, the shelter of his home come directly or indirectly from plants and it follows that human evolution is closely correlated with the evolution of seed bearing plants as well as its uses. The food and materi . . .
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AntiHyperglycemic Effects of Mimosa Pudica on high Fructose corn syrup-induced mice.

HERDIN record number :
3001-20072206220685
Author(s) :
Rafael Francisco G. Muñoz, Dr. Ricardo R. Santos, Dr. Roberto  Z. Yuseco, Oliver Nico P. Macaspac, Norman M. Macapagal, Michelle Y. Magpayo, Patricia Joyce B. Magtoto, Bindira Maharjan, Sharmila Maharjan, Ronajoy G. Manalili, Zaneta Joy D. Manaloto, Rae Joseph G. Mangalino, Rainer S. Mangiliman, Arvin John P. Manuel, Joseph L. Manuntag, Gladys Gale  N. Martinez, Camille N. Matic, Michelle S. Mercado, Sly Mawey M. Miranda, Christina Anne D. Morales, Frances B. Muldong, Ivy Q. Nacpil, Anjelica S. Naguiat, Warley D. NIpales, Princess May A. Nogoy
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By the year 2030, an estimated 7.8 million cases of diabetes mellitus Type II will be reported in the Philippines alone as per the World Health Organization. This brings about an emergence in the need for medical management of DM Type II which includes diet modifications, lifestyle changes, exerc . . .
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Prevalence of intestinal parasitism among domesticated dogs in Angeles City

HERDIN record number :
R03-AUF-14111008493838
Author(s) :
Marixie Ann Q. Manarang, Lei Anne C. Carolino, Anna Mae D. Duya, Kristine Joy L. Mendoza, Mellanie B. Victoria, Victor Emmanuel G. Gabriel
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     Dogs are the most successful canids, adapted to human habitation worldwide.  Despite of their beneficial effects, close bonds of dogs and humans, in combination with inappropriate human practices and behavior, they remain to be a major threat to public health, with dogs harboring a numbe . . .
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