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Salivary Cortisol and sAA reactivity to TSST differs in Cannabis users and non-users

To advance our understanding of the health-related consequences of chronic cannabis use, this study examined hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis and sympathetic nervous system (SNS) reactivity and regulation in…

Salivary cortisol and oxytocin related to reduced youth anxiety through novel interventions, such as equine-assisted adaptive riding program

Reining in Anxiety (RiA) is a therapeutic program for youth with mild to moderate anxiety delivered in a therapeutic riding setting by Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructors. RiA was developed after a review of the evidence base for…

Salivary osteocalcin, cortisol, alpha-amylase, testosterone, and DHEA were assayed to assess the influence of acute stress during cold water dive training

Cold water exposure poses a unique physiological challenge to the human body. Normally, water submersion increases activation of parasympathetic tone to induce bradycardia in…

Late night salivary cortisol and its diagnostic utility for Cushing’s Disease and after pituitary surgery

Late night salivary cortisol (LNSC) is a mainstay in the diagnosis of neoplastic hypercortisolism (Cushing’s syndrome) with a sensitivity and specificity of > 90% in patients with…

New Home Tests for Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Function

Salimetrics Reveals New Circadian Phase Assessments for At-Home Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Testing   For Healthy Sleep: In support of objective tools for better sleep health, Salimetrics introduces two new Circadian Phase Assessments dedicated to accurately revealing circadian biology. Now, patients can perform an array of robust sleep tests, with painless saliva sample collection, in [...]

At home salivary uric acid sampling as a potential long-term tool to assess pregnant women

Uric acid levels during pregnancy have been examined as a potential indicator of risk for gestational diabetes mellites, hypertension, and

Hair cortisol assayed for individuals facing daily challenges and at risk of mosquito-borne disease causing stress and dysregulated immune responses

Individuals in Ecuador may experience challenges due to their socio-environmental conditions, possibly making them more susceptible to dengue, chikungunya, and Zika diseases transmitted by the…

Salivary Biomarkers to aid in Biobehavioral Research in the Latinx Population

The Important of Biobehavioral Research to Examine the Physiological Effects of Racial and Ethnic Discrimination in the Latinx Population Martinez A. et al., ( 2022) Frontiers in Public Health ABSTRACT: A growing body of research is documenting how racial and ethnic populations embody social inequalities throughout the life course. Some scholars recommend the integration of […]

Salivary DLMO Assessment Kit from Salimetrics: Clinical Utility from Easy At-Home or In-Clinic Sample Collections for Sleep Patients

In support of the quest for better sleep, Salimetrics launches a new Circadian Phase Assessment Kit to accurately measure Dim Light Melatonin Onset (DLMO) using saliva.

Measuring Salivary Cortisol to Examine Latent Trait Cortisol and Early Life Stress

Early life stress and latent trait cortisol in adolescent girls: a prospective examination Vergara-Lopez, et al., (2021) Stress ABSTRACT: (1) Early life stress (ELS) may become embedded into an individual’s stress physiology, changing their hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA)-axis in an enduring, trait-like fashion. Cortisol is often utilized to investigate HPA-axis function. However, for “trait” cortisol to be […]

Saliva recommended for diagnosing COVID-19 due to higher viral load in comparison with nasopharyngeal swabs

Saliva is superior over nasopharyngeal swab for detecting SARS-CoV2 in COVID-19 patients Beyene GT, et al., (2021) Scientific Reports ABSTRACT: (1) Scaling up of diagnostic capacity is needed to mitigate the global pandemic of SARS-CoV2. However, there are challenges including shortage of sample collection swabs and transport medium. Saliva has been recommended as a simple, […]

A modified bit device can be used to measure saliva in horses

Evaluation of a Modified Bit Device to Obtain Saliva Samples from Horses Vincent, A, et al., (2021) veterinary sciences ABSTRACT: (1) Background: Accounting for the well-being of equine partners is a responsibility of those engaged in Equine-Assisted Services (EAS). Researchers took heed of this call to action by developing an innovative way to collect data […]

Saliva as a potential sample type for lithium monitoring to help improve treatment for patients with mood disorders

Saliva testing as a means to monitor therapeutic lithium levels in patients with psychiatric disorders: Identification of clinical and environmental covariates, and their incorporation into a prediction model Parkin M G, et al., (2021) Bipolar Disorders ABSTRACT: Objective: The narrow therapeutic window of lithium medications necessitates frequent serum monitoring, which can be expensive and inconvenient […]

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Investigating acute stress and working memory in youth with salivary cortisol and alpha-amylase

Stress and working memory in children and adolescents: Insights from a multisystem approach Tsai, et al., (2021) Journal of Experimental Child Psychology ABSTRACT: Despite considerable research with adults suggesting that acute stress negatively affects working memory (WM), a core cognitive function, few studies have assessed these effects in youths. Studies that have been conducted have […]

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Salimetrics Expands Laboratory CLIA Certification for Saliva Testing

(February 2, 2022) Saliva testing is gaining in its utility to provide screening and diagnostic solutions, and Salimetrics is here to meet the needs of this growing field. With the recent expansion of Salimetrics' CLIA certification, the Saliva Laboratory reaches a new milestone in salivary bioscience. Salimetrics Saliva Laboratory’s experienced team, combined with the expanded [...]
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