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Nutraceuticals may be the secret to a full head of hair for

  Hair thinning is one of the many symptoms that accompanies the menopause transition. Roughly 40% of women over 60 will experience what?s known as ...
23-09-2021 16:06

Strength training can burn fat too

It?s basic exercise knowledge that to gain muscles, you strength train, and to lose fat, you do cardio ? right"Not necessarily, a new UNSW study publi...
23-09-2021 16:06

New therapies offer hope for management of menopausal hot fl

(September 22, 2021) -- Hot flashes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause, affecting roughly 75% of women. They can adversely affect a woma...
23-09-2021 16:06

New therapies offer hope for minimizing hair loss in midlife

Presentation will discuss common causes and new treatment for women with thinning or lost hair(September 22, 2021) ? Hair loss in middle-aged females ...
23-09-2021 16:06

The quality, not quantity, of cardiovascular fat can interfe

 New study based on SWAN data suggests that a greater radiodensity of perivascular adipose tissue in midlife women is associated with a worse perform...
23-09-2021 16:06

Spending time outside and getting quality sleep may promote

For many individuals, restrictions implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically altered daily routines and limited time spent outdoors. In a ...
23-09-2021 16:06

Intermittent fasting can help manage metabolic disease

 Popular diet trend could reduce the risk of diabetes and heart diseasePeer-Reviewed PublicationEating your daily calories within a consistent wind...
23-09-2021 16:06

A sedentary lifestyle can lead to more nighttime hot flashes

New study suggests that too many hours sitting on the couch could increase problematic hot flashes in midlife women(September 22, 2021)?Hot flashes, o...
23-09-2021 16:06

MIND diet linked to better cognitive performance

 Study finds diet may contribute to cognitive resilience in the elderlyAging takes a toll on the body and on the mind. For example, the tissue of agi...
22-09-2021 16:06

Sticking to low-fat dairy may not be the only heart healthy

 PrintEmail AppNew research amongst the world?s biggest consumers of dairy foods has shown that those with higher intakes of dairy fat - measured by ...
22-09-2021 16:06
22-09-2021 16:06

Patients with implanted medical devices should keep their sm

 After reports of smart phone and watch interference with implanted medical devices, investigators affiliated with the Center for Devices and Radiolo...
21-09-2021 16:06

Researchers call for a focus on fitness over weight loss for

The prevalence of obesity around the world has tripled over the past 40 years, and, along with that rise, dieting and attempts to lose weight also hav...
21-09-2021 16:06

Standing more may help prevent chronic diseases

 Insulin is a key hormone in energy metabolism and blood sugar regulation. Normal insulin function in the body may be disturbed by e.g. overweight, l...
21-09-2021 16:06

My Supplements -Updated

   My supplements Every dayAspirinCardiologists: risk of internal bleeding outweighs cardiovascular benefits unless person is at heightened risk, ...
21-09-2021 16:06

Using internet in retirement boosts cognitive function

Using the internet during your retirement years can boost your cognitive function, a new study has found. Researchers from Lancaster University Manag...
21-09-2021 16:06

MMR and Tdap vaccines strengthen protection against severe C

 Vaccines are designed to induce a strong and long-lasting immune response through the creation of memory T cells and B cells. The Measles-Mumps-Rube...
21-09-2021 16:06

Study links less shut-eye to higher intake of non-meal calor

 Missing out on the recommended seven or more hours of sleep per night could lead to more opportunities to make poorer snacking choices than those ma...
21-09-2021 16:06

Meds, surgery may help obesity-related high blood pressure i

 Weight-loss medications and surgical procedures show promise for reducing the long-term effects of high blood pressure (also called hypertension) ...
21-09-2021 16:06

COVID-19 virus is evolving to get better at becoming airborn

 Results of a new study led by the University of Maryland School of Public Health show that people infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 exhal...
18-09-2021 16:06

Making musical performances safer in the era of COVID-19

 One of the many aspects of "normal" life that SARS-CoV-2 took away was the enjoyment of live musical performances. With the easing of lockdowns and ...
18-09-2021 16:06

Consuming fruit and vegetables and exercising can make you h

 New research led by the University of Kent and University of Reading has found that fruit and vegetable consumption and exercise can increase levels...
18-09-2021 16:06

Droplets with coronaviruses last longer than previously thou

 It is easier to get infected in winter than in summer - this is true for the Corona pandemic, for influenza and for other viral diseases. Relative h...
18-09-2021 16:06

Physical distance may not be enough to prevent viral aerosol

 Eighteen months ago, stickers began to dot the floors of most shops, spaced about six feet apart, indicating the physical distance required to avoid...
16-09-2021 16:06

Further evidence that vitamin D might protect against severe

 Peer-Reviewed PublicationNew research from Trinity College Dublin and University of Edinburgh has examined the association between vitamin D and COV...
16-09-2021 16:06

Probotic-containing yogurt protects against microbiome chang

 Multi-disciplinary team of researchers identify mechanism of protection conferred by probiotic supplementPeer-Reviewed PublicationEating yogurt cont...
16-09-2021 16:06

Overeating is not the primary cause of obesity

 Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that obesity affects more than 40% of American adults, placing them at hig...
15-09-2021 16:06

Can cocoa consumption help us age better"

  Whether consuming cocoa, known to be packed with powerful antioxidants that protect our cells from damage, helps us age better, is a question scie...
15-09-2021 16:06

Vaccines effective against Delta variant

- COVID-19 vaccines are effective at preventing hospitalizations and emergency department visits caused by the Delta variant, according to data from...
11-09-2021 16:06

Regular exercise may lower risk of developing anxiety by alm

 PrintEmail AppA quick online search for ways to improve our mental health will often come up with a myriad of different results. However, one of the...
11-09-2021 16:06

Eating peanuts may lower risk of ischemic stroke, cardiovasc

Asian men and women living in Japan who ate peanuts (on average 4-5 peanuts/day) had a lower risk of having an ischemic stroke or a cardiovascular d...
10-09-2021 16:06

COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective in preventing hospita

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine involving data from nearly 200 hospitals around the United States shows that 2-dose CO...
10-09-2021 16:06

Experts make weak recommendation for medical cannabis for ch

In The BMJ today, a panel of international experts make a weak recommendation for a trial of non-inhaled medical cannabis or cannabinoids (chemicals...
10-09-2021 16:06

Too much free time may be almost as bad as too little

 Using excess discretionary time on productive activities can help bolster well-being, study sayss an individual?s free time increases, so does that ...
10-09-2021 16:06

Socializing may improve older adults? cognitive function in

Peer-Reviewed Publication- Socializing with others is important for mental health and wellbeing, and it may help improve cognition, as well -- especia...
10-09-2021 16:06

Steps per day matter in middle age, but not as many as you m

 Walking at least 7,000 steps a day reduced middle-aged people?s risk of premature death from all causes by 50% to 70%, compared to that of other mid...
09-09-2021 16:04

Recent cannabis use linked to heart attack risk in younger a

 Adults younger than 45 years who reported recently using cannabis were 2 times more likely to have had a heart attack (myocardial infarction), and...
09-09-2021 16:04

Face masks do not increase body temperature during exercise

 With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, face masks became a normal part of doing just about any activity outside the house.When the federal Centers...
09-09-2021 16:04

Study links healthy plant-based foods with lower risks of ge

  Although metabolic conditions such as obesity and type 2 diabetes have been linked to an increased risk of COVID-19, as well as an increased risk ...
09-09-2021 16:04

Stable memory test scores for Alzheimer?s patients with omeg

A unique study on Alzheimer?s disease examines the effect of omega-3 fatty acids with memory tests and testing of spinal fluid. ?This study is unique...
09-09-2021 16:04

Physical activity during pregnancy is linked to lung functio

  IMAGE: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DURING PREGNANCY IS LINKED TO LUNG FUNCTION IN OFFSPRINGview more CREDIT: DR HREFNA KATRIN GUDMUNDSDOTTIRResearchers h...
07-09-2021 16:05

Avocados improve belly fat distribution in women

 An avocado a day could help redistribute belly fat in women toward a healthier profile, according to a new study from the University of Illinois Urb...
04-09-2021 16:05

Seniors who relocate long-distance: where you live affects y

 Would you like to live longer" It turns out that where you live, not just how you live, can make a big difference.That?s the finding of an innovativ...
02-09-2021 16:05

Light-to-moderate coffee drinking associated with health ben

 Up to three cups of coffee per day is associated with a lower risk of stroke and fatal heart disease, according to research presented at ESC Congres...
01-09-2021 16:05

Health wearable devices effectively promote bodyweight in ov

 Being overweight remains a significant public health challenge, of which physical inactivity is a major contributor. Physical activity wearables hav...
31-08-2021 16:05

Replacing salt with a low-sodium alternative lowers the risk

 Replacing salt with a low-sodium alternative lowers the risk of stroke in people with high blood pressure or prior stroke, according to late breakin...
31-08-2021 16:05

Customization of diet may promote mental wellbeing in young

Peer-Reviewed PublicationHealthy dietary patterns are associated with higher frequency of exercise and mental wellbeing in young adults, according to ...
31-08-2021 16:05

Leading cancer centers urge vaccination to protect against H

NCI-designated cancer centers, AACI members and other cancer centers and medical groups endorse HPV vaccination and cancer screening to eliminate canc...
31-08-2021 16:05

More on benefits of eating walnuts

¬†Eating about Ĺ cup of walnuts every day for two years modestly lowered levels of¬†low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, known as ?bad cholester...
31-08-2021 16:05

Mouth-to-mouth bystander CPR preferable method for pediatric

Compression-only CPR still recommended for adultsRescue breathing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) had superior neurological outcomes compared with...
31-08-2021 16:05

How can I avoid heart disease or stroke"

The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Guidelines on cardiovascular disease prevention in clinical practice are published online today in European ...
31-08-2021 16:05

Moderate-vigorous physical activity is the most efficient at

 Physical fitness is a powerful predictor of health outcomesIn the largest study performed to date to understand the relationship between habitual ph...
28-08-2021 16:05

Postponed retirement slows cognitive decline

Participating in the labor market until the age of 67 slows cognitive decline and is protective against cognitive impairment, study indicatesParticipa...
28-08-2021 16:05

How saturated fat from various foods relates to cardiovascul

  A study in more than 100,000 individuals has found a potential link between eating saturated fat from meat and developing heart disease. The preli...
27-08-2021 16:05

Largest real-world study of COVID-19 vaccine safety P

 The Clalit Research Institute, in collaboration with researchers from Harvard University, analyzed one of the world?s largest integrated health reco...
27-08-2021 16:05

Engaging in diverse daily activities is associated with a di

 New research shows that keeping busy with a variety of activities can elicit both positive and negative emotions, and some of the relationship could...
26-08-2021 16:05

Sunlight makes you fall in love

Researchers at Tel Aviv University have found that exposure to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight enhances romantic passion in humans. In the study b...
26-08-2021 16:05

FIghting depression during COVID-19 pandemic: Researchers pr

Researchers from Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UH), BIOHM Health LLC, and the Louis Stokes Cleveland...
26-08-2021 16:05

Mediterranean diet shows promise in men with erectile dysfun

A Mediterranean diet is associated with improvements in erectile dysfunction, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2021.1Men with hypertens...
26-08-2021 16:05

Stress busting techniques lead to healthier behaviors

Learning new ways to manage stress can naturally lead to a healthier lifestyle and greater wellbeing, new research suggests.People who developed and p...
26-08-2021 16:05

COVID-19 is most transmissible 2 days before and 3 days afte

New study also finds that infected individuals are more likely to be asymptomatic if they contracted the virus from someone who was asymptomaticEach w...
25-08-2021 16:05

Drinking sufficient water could prevent heart failure

Staying well hydrated throughout life could reduce the risk of developing heart failure, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2021.1?Our st...
25-08-2021 16:05

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has lowered

 The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has lowered the recommended starting age of screening for type 2 diabetes from age 40 to 35 and rec...
25-08-2021 16:05

The combination of mask wearing and keeping windows open is

As the country prepares to live in a post-Covid-19 world and car travel ? including taxi and car-sharing services that mix households ? returns to nor...
25-08-2021 16:05

Think leisure is a waste" That may not bode well for yo

More stress and less happiness for those who are skeptical of fun Feeling like leisure is wasteful and unproductive may lead to less happiness and hi...
24-08-2021 16:04

Gut bacteria and flavonoid-rich foods are linked and improve

 Hypertension Journal Report ? Flavonoid-rich foods, including berries, apples, pears and wine, appear to have a positive effect on blood pressure le...
24-08-2021 16:04

Pecan-enriched diet shown to reduce cholesterol

 While the proper pronunciation of pecan remains a subject of debate, University of Georgia researchers have shown the tree nut can dramatically impr...
24-08-2021 16:04

Small changes in diet could help you live healthier, more su

 Eating a hot dog could cost you 36 minutes of healthy life, while choosing to eat a serving of nuts instead could help you gain 26 minutes of extra ...
23-08-2021 16:05

Too much time on a computer, watching TV or other sedentary

Adults younger than age 60 whose days are filled with sedentary leisure time (which includes using the computer, TV, or reading) and little physical a...
22-08-2021 16:05

Key mental abilities can actually improve during aging

 It?s long been believed that advancing age leads to broad declines in our mental abilities. Now new research from Georgetown University Medical Cent...
22-08-2021 16:05

Antacid famotidine improves the odds of survival for COVID-1

 In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors in Wuhan noticed something surprising. Many of the elderly patients who survived the virus were ...
22-08-2021 16:05

Hypothermia may go unnoticed when exercising in the cold

 In a study published this month in Physiology & Behavior, research teams at the University of Tsukuba, led by Takeshi Nishiyasu, and at Niigata Un...
22-08-2021 16:05

New research from Harvard explores link between walnut consu

Findings show a connection between regular walnut consumption and greater longevity, as well as reduced risk of death from cardiovascular diseasesAcco...
22-08-2021 16:05

Isometric resistance training effectivesin reducing office b

 When was the last time you had your blood pressure checked" High blood pressure affects 1.13 billion people around the globe and in 2019, it account...
22-08-2021 16:05

Mentally stimulating jobs linked to lower risk of dementia i

People with mentally stimulating jobs have a lower risk of dementia in old age than those with non-stimulating jobs, finds a study published by The B...
22-08-2021 16:05

Existing drugs and a supplement, lactoferrin, kill SARS-CoV2

 Could the next therapy for COVID-19 already be at your local pharmacy" Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers worldwide have been looking ...
20-08-2021 16:05

Does vitamin D improve muscle health"

Vitamin D supplementation does not have beneficial effects on muscle function, strength, or mass, according to an analysis of all available data from ...
19-08-2021 16:05

Vitamin D may protect against young-onset colorectal cancer

 Consuming higher amounts of Vitamin D ? mainly from dietary sources ? may help protect against developing young-onset colorectal cancer or precancer...
19-08-2021 16:05

Lack of exercise and poor nutrition could increase the risk

New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King?s College London has found that both diet and exercise can in...
19-08-2021 16:05

Having a good listener improves your brain health

  CAPTIONHigher social listener availability slowed cognitive decline even as brain volume decreased.CREDITNYU Langone HealthSupportive social inter...
17-08-2021 16:05

Regular exercise, even in polluted areas, can lower risk of

 Regular exercise, even performed in areas with air pollution, can reduce the risk of death from natural causes, according to new research in CMAJ ...
17-08-2021 16:05

New analysis of landmark scurvy study leads to update on vit

Peer-Reviewed PublicationIt was wartime and food was scarce. Leaders of England?s effort to wage war and help the public survive during World War II n...
17-08-2021 16:05

Just 10% of kids with ADHD outgrow it, study finds

 Researchers said that attention deficit hyperactive disorder waxes and wanes over a lifetimeMost children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperacti...
14-08-2021 16:05

Short naps don?t relieve sleep deprivation

 A nap during the day won\'t restore a sleepless night, says the latest study from Michigan State University\'s Sleep and Learning Lab."We are intere...
14-08-2021 16:05

New study disproves ?fast carbs make you fat? claim

A study recently published in here. ...
13-08-2021 16:05

People who eat a diet rich in vitamin K have up to a 34 perc

 New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found that people who eat a diet rich in vitamin K have up to a 34 percent lower risk of atheroscleros...
11-08-2021 16:04

Latest Health Research - Medicine and Supplements, General H

 Medicine and supplementsNew study: Flu shot protects against severe effects of COVID-19 New study: Flu shot protects against severe effects of COVID...
06-08-2021 16:05

Low glycemic diet shows meaningful improvements for people w

For people with diabetes, sticking to a low glycemic diet results in small but important improvements in blood sugar levels, cholesterol, weight and o...
06-08-2021 16:05

Eating more plant foods may lower heart disease risk in youn

  Eating more nutritious, plant-based foods is heart-healthy at any age, according to two research studies published today in the Journal of the Am...
05-08-2021 16:04

New study: Flu shot protects against severe effects of COVID

In a newly published study, physician-scientists at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have shown that the flu vaccine may provide vita...
05-08-2021 16:04

Physical activity jolts brain into action in the event of de

 he dual beneficial effect of physical activity in depression is confirmed by a study at the University Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at Ru...
05-08-2021 16:04

Frequent consumption of peanuts by cancer patients may incre

pA study by University of Liverpool researchers has identified new factors accompanying previous findings that frequent consumption of peanuts by canc...
05-08-2021 16:04

Most comprehensive review yet of keto diets finds heart risk

In the most comprehensive analysis yet of ketogenic (keto) diets, a review in Frontiers in Nutrition finds keto diets place pregnant women and kid...
04-08-2021 16:04

Adolescent diets that include potatoes are associated with b

 American youth between two and 19 years-old have the lowest measures of diet quality compared to other age groups;[1] and nutrition thought leaders...
04-08-2021 16:04

Lifestyle adjustments can boost vascular health in seniors w

 Small lifestyle changes really can make a big difference in improving vascular health in older adults with obesity, according to a study conducted b...
03-08-2021 16:05

Exercise improves health through changes on DNA

Peer-Reviewed PublicationWhile it is widely known that regular physical exercise decreases the risk of virtually all chronic illnesses, the mechanisms...
03-08-2021 16:05

Vitamin D supplements ineffective treatment for painful IBS

New research from University of Sheffield reveals vitamin D supplementation does not improve painful IBS symptomsScientists nonetheless noted a high p...
03-08-2021 16:05

Pandemic may have increased older adults? fall risk

Focus on increasing physical activity and mobility, improving conditioning, and breaking the ?vicious cycle? of falls and fear of falling is neededThe...
03-08-2021 16:05
03-08-2021 16:05

Screen older adults for mental health symptoms as pandemic c

As the pandemic enters a new phase, and talk of getting ?back to normal? fades in the face of surging cases of COVID-19 and lagging vaccination agains...
29-07-2021 16:05
 



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