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Safety and efficacy of curcumin in certain cancers is confirmed.

Known best as the substance in turmeric that gives the curry spice its characteristic yellow color, curcumin has been found by previous studies to exert antioxidant, anti-inflammation, anticancer, and lipid-lowering ...

Chronic pain can cause a 42 minute sleep debt, and acute pain can cause people to lose 14 minutes a night.

The National Sleep Foundation’s “2015 Sleep in America® Poll” reports that pain joins two related concerns – stress and poor health – as key correlates of shorter sleep durations and worse ...

Being a “lone wolf” may threaten how long you might live.

A number of previous studies suggest health promoting effects of social connectedness.  Julianne Holt-Lunstad, from Brigham Young University (Utah, USA), and colleagues completed a meta-analysis involving published studies on loneliness ...

Mechanism of aging-related long-term memory loss is identified (fruitfly model).

In that memory loss is a major consideration in aging, scientists have yet to clearly identify the molecular reasons of the process.  Ron Davis, from The Scripps Research Institute (Florida ...

Study of identical twins reveals the deleterious physiological effects of lack of exercise.

Abandoning a routine fitness regimen can trigger negative changes in both the body and brain.  M. Rottensteiner, from the University of Jyvaskyla (Finland), and colleagues assessed 10 pairs of identical ...

Japanese robot manufacturer devises a machine to measure the fitness levels of elderly people based on how they move their feet.

In cooperation with the University of Tsukuba (Japan), Yasukawa Electric Corp. (Japan) – best known as a leading manufacturer of industrial robots, has devised a machine to measure the fitness levels ...

 

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The April, 2015 issue of Townsend Letter focusing on Women’s Health features:
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  • "What is Triple–Negative Breast Cancer," by Barbara MacDonald, ND, LAc. Triple Negative Breast Cancer is a less common but more aggressive form of breast cancer. While there are no FDA–approved single–target therapies, complementary medicine offers important treatment supports.
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