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A Hormesis Revival and Its Reflective Champion Ed Calabrese

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The Paradox of Finding Motivation Through Fear

UMass Amherst research informs a New York Times article. Read more.

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Finding a New ‘Sweet Spot’ for Improving Cancer Risk Assessment

UMass Amherst environmental toxicologist, with others, proposes to optimize public health. Read more.

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SEMINARS ON “HORMESIS” – LOW DOSE EXPOSURES

Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of Texas Medical School in Houston October 1, 2009, Ransome van der Hoeven “Hormesis and aging in C. elegans” University of Kansas Medical Center October 2, 2009, Karl Rozman, Ph.D “Hormesis or the Effects of Low Doses of Toxic Agents” Metagenics International Congress of Nutritional Medicine 2009 Jun 6-8, 2009, […]

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Best Seller by Clive Cussler brings HORMESIS to public attention

Quote from: Medusa: A novel from the NUMA files by Clive Cussler with Paul Kemprecos, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, Penguin Group (USA) Inc. (2009), pp 236-237. “An antiviral has to kill the pathogens without hurting the host. The medusa toxin went beyond that, actually protecting its host organism’s health…for a while, anyway. The process is called […]

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