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Wearing a compression garment during or after training does

 Compression garments are an elastic cloth fitting that people wear on their arms, legs, or hips during or after physical exercise. Their use has gai...
20-05-2022 16:06

Cranberries could improve memory and ward off dementia

 Adding cranberries to your diet could help improve memory and brain function, and lower ?bad? cholesterol ? according to new research from the Unive...
20-05-2022 16:06

Physical activity and healthy diet during menopause help to

A study conducted in the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Jyvšskylš, Finland, revealed that menopausal transition increases w...
20-05-2022 16:06

5 mg dose of melatonin had a significant increase in total s

Melatonin is one of the most used supplements in the United States. Among older adults, its use has tripled in the last two decades. But there is no c...
19-05-2022 16:06

New weight-loss intervention targets instinctive desire to e

 People who are highly responsive to food lost more weight and, importantly, were more successful at keeping the pounds off using a new alternative w...
19-05-2022 16:06

Vegetables that thwart pollutants

 A University of Delaware researcher has discovered a way to mitigate the effect of air pollutants in our bodies by increasing daily intake of veget...
13-05-2022 16:06

Regular blueberry consumption may reduce risk of dementia

The old adage says that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but new research from the University of Cincinnati shows the potential benefit of a diff...
12-05-2022 16:06

Taking ownership of your health

A study published this month in Age and Ageing by The Japan Collaborate Cohort (JACC) Study group at Osaka University assessed the impact of modifyi...
12-05-2022 16:06

Diets high in fiber associated with less antibiotic resistan

 Healthy adults who eat a diverse diet with at least 8-10 grams of soluble fiber a day have fewer antibiotic-resistant microbes in their guts, accord...
11-05-2022 16:06

The glycemic index may be counterproductive to helping Ameri

 Today, many people struggle to make healthy food and beverage choices in line with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA). In fact, the average ...
11-05-2022 16:06

Vegan diets boost weight loss, lower blood sugar in adults w

A 12-week vegan diet may result in clinically meaningful weight loss and improve blood sugar control in overweight adults and those with type 2 diabet...
07-05-2022 16:06

Antibiotics may increase risk of further UTIs by disrupting

One of the greatest frustrations regarding urinary tract infections (UTIs) is that they so often recur. UTIs are caused by bacteria in the urinary tra...
06-05-2022 16:06

Starting screening before age 50 is found to significantly r

 Screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) in women before the age of 50 can significantly reduce the risk of CRC compared to those who have no endoscopi...
06-05-2022 16:06

Higher antioxidant levels linked to lower dementia risk

  People with higher levels of antioxidants in their blood may be less likely to develop dementia, according to a study published in the May 4, 2022...
05-05-2022 16:06

A Mediterranean diet can contribute to improving vascular fl

 A new study being presented at the European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Maastricht, the Netherlands (4-7 May), has linked key nutrients, including ...
05-05-2022 16:06

Children with vegetarian diet have similar growth and nutrit

A study of nearly 9,000 children found those who eat a vegetarian diet had similar measures of growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat....
04-05-2022 16:06

Plant-based diets reduce risks of severe COVID-19

 Plant-based diets support immunity, which may decrease the risk of severe COVID-19 infection, according to a new article by researchers at the Phy...
03-05-2022 16:06

The longevity diet

 Examining a range of research from studies in laboratory animals to epidemiological research in human populations gives scientists a clearer picture...
29-04-2022 16:06

Not all dietary fibers are equal

 The health benefits of dietary fiber vary across individuals and may depend on the specific type of fiber and the dose consumed, researchers report ...
29-04-2022 16:06

Seven hours of sleep is optimal in middle and old age

 Seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for people in their middle age and upwards, with too little or too much little sleep associated with poorer...
29-04-2022 16:06

Poor diet associated with increased diabetes risk

 Genetic risk factors and diet quality are independently associated with type 2 diabetes; a healthy diet is linked to lower diabetes risk across all ...
28-04-2022 16:06

Plant-based diet and more physical activity may help reduce

 ROCHESTER, Minn. ? A review article by Mayo Clinic researchers emphasizes that early onset colorectal cancer, defined as being diagnosed when youn...
28-04-2022 16:06

A calorie-reduced diet can not only delay the development of

 A calorie-reduced diet can not only delay the development of metabolic diseases, but also has a positive effect on the immune system. Researchers ha...
23-04-2022 16:06

Varied strength-training programmes increase strength, but n

 For years, it has been assumed that variation in strength-training programmes impacts training outcomes. New research at the University of Copenhage...
23-04-2022 16:06

Intense exercise while dieting may reduce cravings for fatty

  In a study that offers hope for human dieters, rats on a 30-day diet who exercised intensely resisted cues for favored, high-fat food pellets.The e...
23-04-2022 16:06

Mediterranean-style diet further linked to reduced risk of p

 A new Johns Hopkins Medicine study that surveyed a racially diverse group of more than 8,000 women has added to evidence that following a Mediterran...
21-04-2022 16:06

Brisk walking may slow biological ageing process

A new study of genetic data published today (Wednesday) of more than 400,000 UK adults has revealed a clear link between walking pace and a genetic ma...
21-04-2022 16:06

About 1 in 4 adults has an often-missed liver disorder linke

It is estimated that about one in four adults worldwide has a liver condition that is a risk factor for heart disease, according to a new American Hea...
18-04-2022 16:06

Exercise during pregnancy reduces the risk of Type-2 Diabete

A new study has demonstrated that maternal exercise during pregnancy improves the metabolic health of offspring, even when the mother is obese or on a...
17-04-2022 16:06

People high in conscientiousness, low in neuroticism, less l

 People who are organized, with high levels of self-discipline, may be less likely to develop mild cognitive impairment as they age, while people who...
12-04-2022 16:06

Healthy plant-based diets are associated with a lower risk o

 New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes [EASD]) finds that the consumption of he...
12-04-2022 16:06

Exercise shown to release protein reducing bowel cancer risk

 Experts have identified for the first time exactly how exercise can lower your risk of getting bowel cancer and slow the growth of tumours.Scientist...
09-04-2022 16:06

How to reduce loneliness: Meaningful activities can improve

 Free time is sometimes idealized, but research shows free time can sometimes be unhealthy by increasing loneliness. A new Penn State study demonstra...
08-04-2022 16:06

Cereal fiber but not fruit or vegetable fibers are linked wi

Cereal fiber is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular diseaseResearchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and colleague...
07-04-2022 16:06

A new guide aims to correct misconceptions about the vegetar

 According to a Report Buyer from 2017, 6% of consumers in the United States at the time claimed to be vegan, a significant jump from the 1% rate rep...
05-04-2022 16:06

Vegan diet eases arthritis pain, finds new study

A low-fat vegan diet, without calorie restrictions, improves joint pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, according to a new study conducted by...
05-04-2022 16:06

Latest Health Research - Aging, Exercise, General Health

 VaccinationsCOVID vaccination of children age 5-11 cut Omicron hospitalizations by 68%Va*ccination also prevented critical illness with both omicron...
03-04-2022 16:06

Latest Health News - Diet = Good and Bad foods

 Good for you: mushrooms, avocados, water, prunes, coffee, cranberries, walnuts, home cooking, intermittent fasting, yogurtBad for you: salt, any a...
02-04-2022 16:06

Half of older adults now die with a dementia diagnosis

 Nearly half of all older adults now die with a diagnosis of dementia listed on their medical record, up 36% from two decades ago, a new study shows....
02-04-2022 16:06

We need to increase MMR uptake urgently

 Professor Helen Bedford at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health and Helen Donovan at the Royal College of Nursing, say two doses of MMR...
01-04-2022 16:06

Exercise may reduce depression symptoms, boost effects of th

Exercising for half an hour may reduce symptoms of depression for at least 75 minutes post-workout and amplify the benefits of therapy, according to t...
01-04-2022 16:06

Benefits of eating more mushrooms

 Next time you order a pizza or whip up a creamy risotto, go ahead and load on the mushrooms. Adding more of the edible fungi into your diet may be ...
01-04-2022 16:06

Eating two servings of avocados a week linked to lower risk

 Eating two or more servings of avocado weekly was associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, and substituting avocado for certain fat-c...
01-04-2022 16:06

COVID vaccination of children age 5-11 cut Omicron hospitali

Vaccination also prevented critical illness with both omicron and delta in children age 12-18Although the Pfizer?BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine became avai...
01-04-2022 16:06

Replacing table salt with a reduced-sodium, added-potassium

 Replacing table salt with a reduced-sodium, added-potassium ?salt substitute? is cost-saving and prevents death and disease in people at high risk o...
01-04-2022 16:06

Kudzu Roots and Soy Molasses may help treat three types of c

 Soy molasses and kudzu roots contain isoflavonoids with high antioxidant and cytotoxic activity, scientists have discovered. Substances can help fig...
01-04-2022 16:06

How Food and Diet Impact the Treatment of Disease

Today, the Center for Food As Medicine (nycfoodpolicy.org) released its groundbreaking, 335 page (with more than 2500 citations), first ever, academic...
01-04-2022 16:06

Good hydration may reduce long-term risks for heart failure

Staying well-hydrated may be associated with a reduced risk for developing European Heart Journal, suggest that consuming sufficient amounts of fluid...
30-03-2022 16:06

Disinfectant use during pregnancy linked to childhood asthma

Use of disinfectants by pregnant women may be a risk factor for asthma and eczema in their children, finds a population study, published online in Oc...
30-03-2022 16:06

Physical activity helps combat complications from COVID-19

 What does science know about the relationship between physical activity and COVID-19, and what still needs to be investigated" Bruno Gualano, a pro...
30-03-2022 16:06

Prunes prevent bone loss at hip and protect against fracture

In a new study, researchers from Pennsylvania State University found that daily prune consumption preserved bone mineral density (BMD) at the hip and ...
29-03-2022 16:06

Large study challenges the theory that light alcohol consump

  Observational research has suggested that light alcohol consumption may provide heart-related health benefits, but in a ...
26-03-2022 16:08

Exercise holds even more heart health benefits for people wi

Study underscores the brain?s role in deriving cardiovascular benefits from physical activityRegular physical activity had nearly doubled the cardiova...
25-03-2022 16:06

Daily coffee may benefit the heart - Drinking two to three c

Drinking coffee?particularly two to three cups a day?is not only associated with a lower risk of heart disease and dangerous heart rhythms but also w...
25-03-2022 16:06

Study suggests association between consuming artificial swee

 Artificial sweeteners reduce added sugar content and corresponding calories while maintaining sweetness. ...
25-03-2022 16:06

Living near noise pollution tied to greater risk of heart at

Study attributes 1 in 20 heart attacks in New Jersey to noise from highways, trains and air trafficLiving in a noisy environment can be annoying, but ...
24-03-2022 16:06

Depression after a heart attack heightens stroke risk

 PrintEmail AppDepression can complicate and slow recovery from a heart attack, not to mention the toll it can take on one?s mental outlook, relation...
24-03-2022 16:06

100g of cranberries a day improves cardiovascular health

A new clinical trial found daily consumption of cranberries for one month improved cardiovascular function in healthy men.The new study, published to...
23-03-2022 16:06

New clues about how a high-salt diet contributes to cardiome

 Deep in the brain a group of large neurons produce a hormone which prompts our bodies to hold onto more fluid and increase blood pressure.Scientists...
23-03-2022 16:06

Plant-based omega-3s may boost heart health, reduce risk of

People often think of salmon when they think of omega-3 fatty acids, but a new research review found that the major plant-based version of the nutrien...
23-03-2022 16:06

New research highlights power of life long exercise to keep

Lifelong physical activity could protect against age-related loss of muscle mass and function, according to research published in The Journal of Phys...
22-03-2022 16:06

Research shows healthy home cooking equals a healthy mind

New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has found being confident in the kitchen is not only good for your taste buds: it?s also good for your ...
22-03-2022 16:06

Extended napping in seniors may signal dementia

Daytime napping among older people is a normal part of aging ? but it may also foreshadow Alzheimer?s disease and other dementias. And once dementia o...
18-03-2022 16:06

Low blood folate may be linked to heightened dementia and de

 More info hereLow levels of folate (vitamin B9) in the blood may be linked to a heightened risk of dementia and death from any cause in older people...
17-03-2022 16:08

Cocoa flavanol supplement shows promise for reducing cardiov

More info hereLarge-scale randomized trial found signs of preventive cardiovascular effects for cocoa flavanols, including a 27 percent reduction in t...
17-03-2022 16:08

Guidelines, recommendations for intermittent fasting

A University of Illinois Chicago team has summarized research on intermittent fasting to provide insights into its effects on the body and to provide ...
17-03-2022 16:08

Association of Body Mass Index in Midlife With Morbidity Bur

Key PointsQuestion  What is the association between body mass index (BMI; calculated as weight in kilograms divided by height in meters squared) in ...
16-03-2022 16:06

Why yogurt lowers the risk of developing diabetes

 Scientists have known for some years that eating yogurt is associated with a reduced risk of diabetes, but the reasons behind this protective effect...
16-03-2022 16:06

Less processed meat in the evening was associated with bette

 The time of day that people with diabetes eat certain foods may be just as important to their well-being as portion size and calories, according to ...
16-03-2022 16:06

Link between high cholesterol and heart disease questioned

New research from RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences has revealed that the link between ?bad? cholesterol (LDL-C) and poor health outcome...
15-03-2022 16:06

Weight loss doesn't help pregnancy chances

 Women who are obese and struggling to become pregnant are often advised to lose weight, but a new study finds no fertility benefits from weight loss...
15-03-2022 16:06

Close the blinds during sleep to protect your health

Even moderate light exposure during sleep harms heart health and increases insulin resistanceExposure to artificial light at night during sleep is com...
15-03-2022 16:06

Exercise may treat long COVID-induced diabetes, depression

 While no medically recognized treatment exists for Long COVID, exercise may break the vicious cycle of inflammation that can lead to developing diab...
13-03-2022 16:06

Eating protein from a greater variety of sources may lower r

 Eating a balanced diet including protein from a greater variety of sources may help adults lower the risk of developing high blood pressure, accordi...
11-03-2022 16:06

Green Mediterranean diet: weight loss and cardiac risk reduc

 The green Mediterranean diet (MED) has a striking effect on the microbial population of the human gut (i.e., the ?gut microbiome?). In a large-scale...
11-03-2022 16:06

Third vaccine dose critical for protecting populations again

 mRNA vaccines are highly effective in preventing covid-19 associated hospital admissions related to the alpha, delta, and omicron variants. But thre...
11-03-2022 16:06

Seniors with memory issues take multiple meds

Some 58% of seniors with probable or possible dementia had otherwise good to excellent health, yet more than half of the total took six or more regula...
11-03-2022 16:06

Nordic diet lowers cholesterol and blood sugar ? even if you

Berries, veggies, fish, whole grains and rapeseed oil. These are the main ingredients of the Nordic diet concept that, for the past decade, have been ...
10-03-2022 16:06

Sleep apnea accelerates aging, but treatment may reverse it

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects 22 million people in the U.S. and is linked to a higher risk of hypertension, heart attacks, stroke, diabetes an...
10-03-2022 16:06

Physical activity may protect your brain as you age

 We all know we should exercise and eat healthy. But doing that isn?t just good for maintaining your figure as you age.New research from the Universi...
09-03-2022 16:06

No short-term, statistically significant difference between

  White potatoes ? especially French fries ? are often described in nutrition research literature and dietary guidance statements as having associat...
08-03-2022 16:06

Common houseplants can improve air quality indoors

Ordinary potted house plants can potentially make a significant contribution to reducing air pollution in homes and offices, according to new research...
08-03-2022 16:06

Blood pressure reading is more accurate at home

 Blood pressure measurements routinely taken at home are more likely to provide the basis for accurate diagnoses of hypertension than those taken in ...
04-03-2022 16:06

New findings on how many daily walking steps needed for long

 A meta-analysis of 15 studies involving nearly 50,000 people from four continents offers new insights into identifying the amount of daily walking s...
04-03-2022 16:06

Resistance exercise may be superior to aerobic exercise for

 Resistance exercise may be superior to aerobic exercise as a way to get better sleep, and sleep is important for cardiovascular health, according t...
04-03-2022 16:06

Diet may play a role in development of pregnancy complicatio

Diet may play a role in the development of dangerous high blood pressure in late pregnancy among some Hispanic/Latina women, according to prelimina...
04-03-2022 16:06

Cocoa does not appear to reduce exercise-related digestive d

Impressive athleticism was on display during the Winter Olympics, but being at the top of one?s game doesn?t necessarily protect against digestive dis...
03-03-2022 16:06

Best chance for battling menopausal weight gain is during pe

Most women going through menopause complain about the added weight. Menopause is often accompanied by accelerated adverse changes in body composition,...
03-03-2022 16:06

30-60 mins of weekly muscle strengthening activity linked to

 From all causes and from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer, in particular But no conclusive evidence that more than an hour of this activ...
03-03-2022 16:06

Lactoferrin supplement offers anti-SARS-CoV-2 efficacy

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim lives around the world, dairy scientists may have a surprising role to play. In a new report published i...
01-03-2022 16:06

Physical fitness linked to lower risk of Alzheimer?s disease

 ? People who are more physically fit are less likely to develop Alzheimer?s disease than people who are less physically fit, according to a prelimin...
01-03-2022 16:06

Nostalgia can relieve pain

IMAGE: BRAIN ACTIVATION OF THE LINGUAL GYRUS AND PARAHIPPOCAMPAL GYRUS, AREAS INVOLVED IN PAIN PERCEPTION, WAS SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASED AFTER VIEWING ...
01-03-2022 16:06

Study questions the role of vitamin D2 in human health but i

New research has found significant differences between the two types of vitamin D, with vitamin D2 having a questionable impact on human health. Howe...
26-02-2022 16:07

Health: low-meat and meat-free diets associated with lower o

Eating meat five times or less per week is associated with a lower overall cancer risk, according to a study published in the open access journal BMC...
25-02-2022 16:07

A high-fiber diet may reduce risk of dementia

 We\'re always hearing that we should eat more fiber. It\'s known to be vitally important for a healthy digestive system and also has cardiovascular ...
25-02-2022 16:07

Study shows long-term pet ownership linked to slower decline

 ? Owning a pet, like a dog or cat, especially for five years or longer, may be linked to slower cognitive decline in older adults, according to a pr...
25-02-2022 16:07

Two new studies find positive health outcomes of mango consu

 Mangos associated with better quality diets, lower blood sugar, and less inflammation As low fruit and vegetable consumption continues to contribut...
25-02-2022 16:07

Daily activities like washing dishes reduced heart disease r

 Seniors take note, running or brisk walking is not the only way to reduce the risk of heart disease. Simply being ?up and about? performing routine ...
23-02-2022 16:06

Eating vegetables does not protect against cardiovascular di

Previous positive studies may not have sufficiently corrected for confounding socio-economic and lifestyle factors, suggests new analysisA sufficient ...
22-02-2022 16:06

Exercise can help older adults retain their memories

 We all know exercise is good for us, but that still leaves plenty of questions. How much exercise" Who benefits the most" And when in our lives" New...
19-02-2022 16:06
 



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