In this article Posted February 10, 2019 12:37:20 It’s the perfect storm for fibs.
A lack of vitamin D can make your skin more sensitive, which in turn can cause fibs to grow.
“People who have fibs don’t have vitamin D in their system,” Professor Bannister said.
In the absence of sunlight, fibs can grow on your skin and, in some cases, even grow into your brain. “
If you have fib disease you’re going to be more susceptible to sunburn.”
In the absence of sunlight, fibs can grow on your skin and, in some cases, even grow into your brain.
The new study is the first to show the molecular changes that make your fibs grow.
Professor Bannisters group is working on a new test that could help identify people at greatest risk of developing fibs and help find new treatments.
“We’re trying to get a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved,” Professor Baran said.
We’ve already been able to detect fibs in skin samples from people with fib disease.
In another study, a lab in Sydney found that fibs that grew in a person’s hair were also present in blood.
But the new study has shown fibs grew in hair cells from people without fib disease and that those cells were able to grow into fib tissue.
This research has the potential to lead to new treatments for fib disease, Professor Bara said.
“The best thing that we can do is make sure that the people who have the greatest risk are those who have a higher incidence of fib disease,” he said.