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Understanding of the neuroendocrine system provides an insight into a wide range of bodily and mental processes. Neuroendocrinology and Behavior brings its readers a concise guide to up-to-date knowledge on the function of the endocrine glands and organs in association with neurotransmitters, neuropeptides, and behavioral manifestations. Various forms of stress response, e.g. anxiety and cognitive changes, have been intrinsic to both ourselves and other species.
Celiac disease has many names, such as gluten intolerance,
gluten-sensitive enteropathy, and non-tropical sprue. Each
name depicts a life-long autoimmune disorder in which a
person’s body cannot tolerate a group of grain proteins known
as gluten. These grains consist of wheat, rye, barley, and any
derivatives of these grains. Oats were always part if this list, but
recent studies have shown that a moderate consumption of oats
is safe for healthy children and adults who are well-established
on a gluten-free diet....
Consequently the chemical contamination builds to
higher levels in these organisms. Indigenous peoples in the Arctic, whose traditional diets are
heavy in fatty foods and who often have no alternatives for nourishment, thus have some of
the highest recorded levels of POPs. Yet they are hundreds or thousands of kilometres from
where these pesticides and industrial chemicals were released, and they certainly received
little benefit from the chemicals' original use.
The hazards of methylmercury poisoning received modern international attention in 1956 when many
of the residents of Minamata, Japan, became seriously ill, or died, after eating the fish and shellfish in
Minamata Bay. A chemical plant that used methylmercury to manufacture plastic (acetaldehyde) was
dumping methylmercury-contaminated wastes into Minamata Bay. The mercury built up or bioaccumulated
in the fish and shellfish, which were a major part of the residents’ diets. A similar tragedy
unfolded in the nearby town of Nigata, Japan.