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Research suggests that swapping carbohydrates or foods rich in saturated fats for those containing polyunsaturated fatty acids can significantly reduce the risk

In recent years research has shown that simply reducing the amount of saturated fats in the diet does not reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. However, research conducted at the ...

Patients who reported changes in their memory were nearly three times more likely to develop memory and thinking problems later in life.

New research suggests that physicians should pay close attention to patients who complain of memory problems. Richard Kryscio, PhD, Chairman of the Department of of Biostatistics and Associate Director of ...

Regularly engaging in moderate-to-vigorous exercise appears to help protect the brain by maintaining the structural integrity of white matter.

White matter tracts enable communication between areas of the brain, but like the rest of the body, they decline with age. However, research suggests that staying active may help to ...

A compound found in the popular curry spice turmeric has been shown to promote stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain.

Aromatic (ar-) turmerone, a bioactive compound found in the curry spice turmeric, has been shown to promote stem cell proliferation and differentiation in the brain. Adele Rueger and colleagues from ...

Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables may protect both mental and physical wellbeing.

Research has uncovered a link between fruit and vegetable consumption and mental wellbeing. Dr Saverio Stranges and colleagues at Warwick University (UK) examined data of 14,000 people taking part ...

An extract of a wild berry native to North America boosts the effectiveness of the chemotherapy drug gemcitabine.

Adding nutraceuticals to chemotherapy cycles may improve the effectiveness of conventional drugs, particularly in hard to treat cancers, such as pancreatic cancer, say researchers. Dr Bashir Lwaleed, of the University ...

 

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