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It's time to go "Back to School" shopping!
To help support all of the exciting research happening at the various universities and colleges we partner with, we're introducing a Back to School special offer as a way for us to get to know you, and for you to get to know us! Supporting the researchers of tomorrow is a passion of Innovative Research, and we want to partner with more teams doing groundbreaking work throughout your institution.

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Preventing the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease with… Toothpaste and Floss?

Recent studies are showing correlations between oral health and overall health, with periodontal disease increasingly linked to a wide range of health disorders. New research illustrates the link between periodontal disease and Alzheimer's disease that could not only show us new ways to help prevent the neurodegenerative disorder, but could also provide therapeutic targets for developing future treatments for Alzheimer's patients.

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You asked for it! Seriously, you've literally been asking for this.

With an expansive catalog and countless customization options living entirely behind-the-scenes, we've been focusing on increasing the variety of products available on the website for immediate purchase. And we're just getting started!

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What's new at Innovative Research: A peek behind the curtain
We've traveled down the yellow brick road and arrived at our shiny new website! While it may not be the Emerald City (and, although we think we're pretty fun, we're not exactly wizards), we are getting great feedback from our customers so far. Here's a peek behind the curtain into all of the exciting things happening now and coming soon!

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Exploring Allergies to Milk and Milk Alternatives
A (cow's) milk allergy is one of the most common allergies in the United States, but for individuals with this allergy, it can be tricky to know what type of alternative would make for an acceptable, non-allergenic substitute. A new study, recently published in the Journal of Dairy Research, investigates the general allergenicity and antigenicity of different mammalian milks and plant-based milk substitutes in an effort to identify which option(s) would likely be the safest alternative for otherwise healthy individuals who are allergic to proteins found in cow's milk.

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