Short Stresses Promote LongevityNew study reveals why brief periods of bodily stress are good for health and longevity.
"What does not kill you makes you stronger." It's not just a saying. It is a scientific truth. Researchers have pinpointed a cell recycling process tied to the positive ...More »
Pineapples Halt Harmful Gut BacteriaEnzymes found in roots and stems of pineapples show promise in the war against superbugs.
Scientists working to find new ways to treat antibiotic-resistant superbugs have discovered a possibility in the stems and roots of pineapples. A group of three enzymes known as bromelain were ...More »
Working from Home RisksA new report from the UN reveals that working remotely increases the risk of unpaid overtime, stress and insomnia.
A recent report issued by the United Nations International Labour Organization states that working remotely heightens stress as well as insomnia. Though working away from a traditional office certainly saves ...More »
Soap & CancerThe antimicrobial triclosan, found in soaps and shampoos, causes liver fibrosis and cancer in laboratory mice through molecular mechanisms
Triclosan is an antimicrobial agent commonly added to soaps and shampoos. Robert H. Tukey, from the University of California/San Diego (California, USA), and colleagues found that triclosan disrupted liver ...More »
No More Excuses, Hit the StairsToo busy for the gym? Researchers find that short, intense stair climbing has a surprising amount of health benefits.
Everyone knows the health benefits that come with physical activity, but when asked, most people use one of two common excuses. The first is time, as in "I just don ...More »
Decrease Cancer Risk by Increasing Vitamin DStudy shows that higher levels of vitamin D - specifically serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D - are associated with a reduced risk of cancer.
Cedric Garland, DrPH, adjunct professor at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Public Health and member of Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health, and ...More »
Go Nuts to Beat InflammationConsuming nuts five times per week may reduce inflammation, a condition that contributes to heart disease, type 2 diabetes and many other disorders.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital have discovered that eating more nuts correlates to lower levels of inflammatory biomarkers, which are certain telltale proteins. The team performed a data ...More »
Cocoa Compounds Preserve CognitionFlavanols may help people to maintain memory capacity as they age.
As a common consequence of aging, cognitive functions – memory capacity, processing speed, and the ability to form long-term memories – may deteriorate. Daniela Mastroiacovo, from the SS Filippo e Nicola Hospital ...More »
Stopping the Superbug SpreadAntibiotic misuse is a primary cause of the rise of superbugs gobally, but there is hope.
Misuse of antibiotics is causing an influx of superbugs worldwide. The death of a woman from Nevada raised alarms because it was a rare case of an untreatable infection. We ...More »
Stem Cells Provide New Thyroid TherapiesResearchers have identified a way to engineer new thyroid cells from stem cells, which could lead to new thyroid disease treatments.
A recent report published in the medical journal Stem Cell Reports, sheds light on breakthrough research regarding the use of thyroid cells derived from stem cells for new therapies. Scientists ...More »
Tai Chi for Better HealthRecent studies have shown that tai chi may be beneficial to people with certain health conditions.
Tai Chi is a practice many people are unfamiliar with, but the technique that is based on an ancient Chinese martial art form offers significant health benefits in a variety ...More »
Probiotics for High Blood PressureUnhealthy gut microbes can trigger a rise in blood pressure, which can lead to hypertension.
Scientists have determined that microorganisms within the intestines partially determine blood pressure levels in rats. These microorganisms play a critical role in the onset of high blood pressure. The findings ...More »
Fukushima Reactor has Record Radiation LevelsThe site's radiation is at the highest level since the 2011 meltdown. Industry experts have called the recent rating "unimaginable".
About six years ago the Fukushima nuclear reactor endured a triple meltdown. Yet the mainstream media rarely reports any updates regarding the status of this highly sensitive site and the ...More »
Gene Therapy to Restore HearingHarvard Medical School scientists have perfected a form of gene therapy that has enabled genetically deaf mice to hear sounds as quiet as a whisper.
Harvard Medical School scientists have perfected gene therapy to the point that it can restore hearing. Their research and experiments have shown that the hearing of genetically deaf mice can ...More »
Reduce Depression with PostureResearchers have found evidence suggesting that feelings of depression can be lessened simply by sitting up straight, rather than slouching.
It’s estimated that between 7% and 10% of the American population suffers from some type of depression. While many seek treatment through the use of anti-depressant drugs, a growing ...More »
Secrets of Aging Unlocked by YeastYeast is not simply a fungus, it can also provide information about growing older.
Research recently conducted by Concordia scientists shows that yeast mutants shed light on the mysteries of the aging process. Two studies pinpointed mechanisms that decrease longevity. These mechanisms can be ...More »
Multiple Sclerosis Blood Biomarker DiscoveredA simple blood test to identify MS subtypes is on the horizon due to a discovery by an international team of researchers.
A blood test to identify the subtype of multiple sclerosis (MS) might be as little as a couple of years away thanks to the recent discovery of a blood biomarker ...More »
Freezing Fat FadCoolsculpting is fast and non-invasive, and improved technology has lead to explosion in demand.
Liposuction might be giving way to freezing fat. You read that right: freezing fat. The beauty of freezing fat is that it is non-invasive. This fat reduction method does not ...More »
Anti-Inflammatory Diet Curtails Bone LossNew research suggests that a diet high in vegetables, fruits, fish and whole grains could increase bone health and prevent fractures in women.
When you think about it, the bones that make up the human skeleton are amazing. They're constantly changing. Older bone tissue is constantly disappearing while new bone is being ...More »
New Report: Health Effects of Marijuana and Cannabis-Derived ProductsA new report offers a rigorous review of scientific research published since 1999 and based on more than 10,000 scientific abstracts
Recent statistics estimate that more than 22 million Americans have used cannabis in the last 30 days. Currently, twenty-six states and the District of Columbia have laws legalizing marijuana in ...More »
Stress + High-Fat Meal = Weight GainWomen who consume a high-fat meal the day after a stressful event metabolize food more slowly.
Women who experience one or more stressful events the day before eating a single high-fat meal may metabolize food more slowly, with the daily effect potentially adding up to as ...More »
Inflammatory Disease Prospects DiscoveredLarge Finnish genetic study of over ten million DNA variations reveals new possibilities for treatments of a wide range of inflammatory diseases.
A study conducted by Finnish researchers has pinpointed possible new treatments for an array of inflammatory diseases. The research was conducted by a team at the University of Turku's ...More »
4 Lifestyle Tweaks for Beating Estrogen DominanceEstrogen dominance is becoming one of the more common hormone imbalances due to the prevanence of environmental hormone disrupters.
Due to the ubiquity of environmental estrogens, most people over the age of 35 have some form of estrogen dominance. The typical 4-step protocol for reversing estrogen dominance includes: dietary ...More »
Pan-mTOR Inhibitors - Superior to Rapamycin for Anti-Aging?At doses lower than anti-cancer concentrations, pan-mTOR inhibitors could be developed as potential anti-aging drugs.
The medical community has found that rapamycin inhibits the aging process. As a result, age-related diseases are delayed. The result is an extension of lifespan and an improvement in well-being ...More »
Genome Sequencing in Less than an HourNew sequencing machine will reportedly have the capability of sequencing an entire genome for less than $100, rather than the $1,000 it currently costs.
Illumina, a sequencing company, has debuted remarkable new machines, the NovaSeq 5000 and NovaSeq 6000, that one day will sequence an entire genome for the cost of under $100 and ...More »
Vitamin A Deficiency In-Utero Linked to Alzheimer'sVitamin A deficiency, in pregnancy or immediately after birth, has a detrimental effect on brain development and may lead to Alzheimer's Disease later in life.
Most people think Alzheimer's disease results from phenomenon that occur during the aging process. However, a new study conducted by the University of British Columbia shows that biochemical reactions ...More »
Fat-Burning Brain Hormone DiscoveryResearchers have found a brain hormone that appears to specifically and selectively stimulate fat metabolism in the gut.
It appears as though one of the brain's natural hormones spurs the burning of fat within the gut. This conclusion was reached by Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) biologists who ...More »
Inflammation Served with Every MealUpon eating, the body needs to distribute glucose and fight the bacteria injested, triggering an inflammatory response that activates the immune system.
Food is more than just the need to acquire energy, it also involves the consumption of significant quantities of bacteria. The body is then faced with the job of distributing ...More »
Mighty MineralDietary supplementation of magnesium may lower blood sugar and combat insulin resistance.
Magnesium is a mineral that is essential to hundreds of biochemical reactions in the body – notably, the metabolism of glucose and the production of cellular energy. F. Guerrero-Romero, from the ...More »
Powering Off Parkinson's DiseaseInserting a metal rod into the brain, scientists have used deep brain stimulation to treat Parkinson's - Treatment is also being explored for use in Alzheimer's
Medical researchers have found that it is possible to treat Parkinson's by inserting a metal rod directly into the brain. This rod stimulates the brain and alleviates the symptoms ...More »
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Activity Slows Cellular Aging
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Metformin for Multiple Conditions
Metformin, the most commonly prescribed drug for treatment of type 2 diabetes, has recently shown to be beneficial in various other treatments.Read the full article »
5 Hidden But Common Causes of Estrogen Dominance Revealed
Listed are five causes of estrogen dominance that are frequently overlooked.Read the full article »
Shoulder Pain Indicative of Heart Disease Risk
Shoulder problems may be due to heart disease risk factors and not just physical strain.Read the full article »
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A recent study found that women with low levels of vitamin D during pregnancy are more likely to give birth to babies with traits of autism.Read the full article »
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