Chili Pepper and Marijuana Soothe Gut InflammationWhen injested, chili peppers and marijuana both interact with the same receptor in the stomach.
Researchers at the University of Connecticut have discovered a chemical compound that could lead to new treatments for diabetes and gastrointestinal conditions. The research team, led by Professor of Immunology ...More »
Hydrogen Therapy: How it Prevents Aging and DiseaseDr. Nick Delgado weighs in on the benefits of hydrogen therapy.
Mounting evidence suggests hydrogen therapy may just be the fountain of youth we have been searching for since the dawn of time. Hundreds of studies confirm it’s not only ...More »
Pink Noise Improves Sleep and MemoryGentle sound stimulation synchronized to the rhythm of brain waves significantly enhances deep sleep in older adults and improves their ability to recall words.
Researchers at Northwestern University have determined that soft sound stimulation synced up with the rhythm of brain waves induces an improved deep sleep in older individuals. Such stimulation even boosts ...More »
Time of Day Influences Susceptibility to InfectionsCircadian rhythm affects the ability of viruses to replicate and spread between cells, causing higher susceptibility to infection at certain times of the day.
Routinely disrupted patterns in the body, such as unpredictable sleep patterns and shift work, play a major role in how and when infections occur in the body. A study suggests ...More »
Running Strengthens the SpineFor the first time, research has shown that a particular exercise is good for the discs in the spine.
In the first human study of its kind, researchers have shown evidence that a specific physical exercise is beneficial for the discs in our spines. The study named "Running exercise ...More »
New Types of Blood Cells RevealedResearchers have identified new classes of white blood cells in the human immune system.
New cell subtypes in the human immune system have been identified by researchers working on the Human Cell Atlas project. The identification of these cell subtypes is considered a major ...More »
Fish Oil Component Boosts Damaged Brain, Retinal CellsNDP1 is shown to trigger the production of a protective protein against toxic free radicals and injury in the brain and retina.
Researchers at Louisiana State University have determined that fish oil boosts damaged brain cells as well as damaged retinal cells. The study was spearheaded by Nicolas Bazan, the Director of ...More »
Cheese Compound Curtails CancerSpermidine, found in foods such as cheese, mushrooms, and whole grains, is shown to prevent liver cancer and boost longevity.
A new study indicates that spermidine may minimize the risk of liver cancer and simultaneously boost lifespan. The beauty of this finding is that most people will enjoy consuming the ...More »
Good News for Those With Nut AllergiesPeople who are allergic to one type of nut are usually told to avoid all types of tree nuts, however, this may be an unnecessary caution.
Here are some nutty facts for you to consider. Nuts that we eat are called culinary nuts and they are the fruits or seeds of plants. They are known for ...More »
Fibrosis Reversal Through Inhibition of ‘Don’t Eat Me’ SignalResearchers reveal that anti-CD47, an antibody that is being tested as an anti-cancer agent, reverses fibrosis in mice.
Stanford University School of Medicine researchers have determined it is possible to reverse fibrosis. The researchers found that fibrotic diseases that occur in humans are united with a common signaling ...More »
Social Media Pushes RunnersOnline sharing through wearable devices motivates runners to run faster and further.
Scientists have found that running is contagious. To be more precise, the sharing of running-related information is contagious and motivational. There is a legitimate and measurable impact when such information ...More »
Mitochondrial 'Circuit Breaker' Protects Heart from DamageHeart mitochondria build power grid networks that enable them to limit disturbances in energy flow to a smaller region, preventing damage to an entire muscle
Scientists have discovered biological mechanisms that protect the hearts power grid. One of the mechanisms functions like a circuit breaker allowing energy to keep flowing to the heart cells. This ...More »
Anti-Aging Benefit of Beetroot Before ExerciseNew study reveals that drinking beetroot juice prior to working out enables the aging brain to perform more efficiently and appear younger.
Previous studies have shown that beetroot juice increases blood flow to the skeletal muscles during exercise by 38%. Now, researchers at Wake Forest University have found that drinking beetroot juice ...More »
Electroacupuncture for Blood Sugar RegulationCombining acupuncture with an electrical current may benefit overweight women who are unable to exercise and those with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
Recent research by an international team has suggested that the use of acupuncture combined with an electrical current can provide an answer for obese or overweight women who are not ...More »
AI Heart Attack Predictions Surpass those of PhysiciansSelf-taught artificial intelligence can predict heart attacks more accurately than doctors.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is progressing rapidly and scientists believe that computers can now be used to predict heart attacks in patients better than doctors can. Vascular surgeon Elsie Ross at ...More »
Toxic Chemicals Prevalent in Household DustStudy discloses top 10 consumer product chemicals in dust, with known or suspected health implications.
Indoor dust is proving to be polluted with chemicals from everyday consumer products according to a new comprehensive study released from George Washington University and the Milken Institute. The researchers ...More »
Hot Flashes Signal Heart RiskWomen who frequently have hot flashes between the ages of 40 - 53 years may be more likely to have poor vascular function regardless of CVD risk factors..
A new study has determined that women who endure regular hot flashes between the ages of 40 and 53 might be more prone to insufficient vascular function. The likelihood of ...More »
No Gain in Brain GamesNew research concludes that brain games do not actually improve cognition or help in preventing age-related brain decline.
Most people assume the popular brain games available on the world wide web make participants smarter. In reality, such brain games might not be that helpful. A recent study conducted ...More »
Lower Blood Pressure with Potassium-Rich FoodsNew reasearch reveals that a higher intake of dietary potassium can assist in lowering blood pressure.
According to the World Health Organization, more than one billion people throughout the world are living with hypertension. Hypertension is responsible for at least 45 percent of deaths due to ...More »
Highly Creative Brains are Better ConnectedNew study reveals that creative people have more connections between the right and left hemispheres of their brains.
Recent scientific research has found those who lack creativity have a different brain structure than those who are highly creative. Though plenty of people like to state that everyone has ...More »
HIIT for Fastest Improvement in Diabetes ControlResearch shows that high intensity interval training quickly improves glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity in people with type 2 diabetes.
Research published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports shows that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) improves glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity in people with type 2 diabetes.
The ...More »
Anti-Aging Powers of Broccoli EnzymeNMN compensates for loss of energy production, reducing typical aging signs; loss of insulin sensitivity, weight gain, and decline in physical activity
Scientists at St. Louis’ Washington University School of Medicine have shown in a study published in the journal Cell Metabolism that giving healthy mice a natural compound called NMN (nicotinamide ...More »
Biological Clock of Aging Impacted by Pregnancy StressLarge-scale study reveals how the telomere length of newborns are affected by external factors.
The largest study to date has been conducted to determine if maternal stress endured while pregnant impacts the biological clock for the aging process. It appears as though the external ...More »
Being a "Night Owl" is GeneticResearchers have determined that a variant of the gene CRY1 slows the circadian clock, impacting the time when you begin to feel tired at night.
The typical night owl attributes his preference for a nocturnal existence to his interests. Others claim to dislike the sun. Some say they derive a particular sense of satisfaction from ...More »
Midlife Vascular Issues Increase Dementia RiskHaving heart disease risks in midlife, such as diabetes, smoking, or high blood pressure leads to a greater risk for dementia later in life
A recent study indicates that the midlife factors for vascular risk are linked to a heightened risk for dementia later on in life. In particular, hypertension, smoking and diabetes in ...More »
Vitamin B3 May Delay AgingScientists have enhanced the global antioxidant capacity of cells, leading to a delay in aging and an increase in longevity.
Most attempts to show that oxidative damage is relevant for aging have not been successful, including many trials with antioxidant compounds. Because of this, although the accumulation of oxidative damage ...More »
Gray Hair May Predict Heart DiseaseResearch reveals a link between men with gray hair and a heightened risk of heart disease.
Most people associate gray hair with the natural aging process. However, new research indicates that gray hair might mean more than the fact that one is aging. Research made public ...More »
Nature's Soothing Soundtrack ValidatedFor the first time, research reveals the science behind how the sounds of nature promote relaxation and a sense of well-being.
New research from the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) of the University of Sussex reports that a long walk in the woods or on the beach, sitting by a ...More »
Selenium and CoQ10 Combo Cuts Heart Disease Deaths in HalfFive year study reveals that combining selenium with CoQ10 has been found to dramatically slash the risk of death from cardiovascular disease
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the developed world, killing more than 17 million per year, which is more lives than cancer claims. This is due to ...More »
Slim Down with 'Mindfulness' ApproachPeople who received the therapy based on "mindful" decision-making lost more than 13 percent of their initial weight, on average, over one year.
The mind possesses more power than most people realize. In order for a weight loss therapy program to succeed, it must focus on personal values and a decision-making process. People ...More »
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Gray Hair May Predict Heart Disease
Research reveals a link between men with gray hair and a heightened risk of heart disease.Read the full article »
Age-Related Disease Protection with Longer Telomeres
Researchers link telomere length to risk of or resistance to age-related genetic conditions.Read the full article »
Daily Cup of Tea Reduces Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia in Seniors
Cognitive impairment risk is reduced by 50 percent and as much as 86 percent for those who are genetically at risk of Alzheimer's.Read the full article »
Brain Resets During Sleep
New research explains how synapses in the cortex expand with daytime stimulation and shrink with sleep, resetting the brain and preparing it for the next day.Read the full article »
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Reverses Aging
Mayo Clinic study shows that high-intensity aerobic exercise performed in short intervals can reverse the aging processes.Read the full article »
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