Lactate May Drive Cancer DevelopmentNew study reveals that lactate, a molecule produced during intense exercise, plays a key role in cancer cell formation.
Medical researchers are on a quest to develop a comprehensive understanding of the mechanism that causes the process in which cells become cancerous. This process is known as oncogenesis. A ...More »
Daily Cup of Tea Reduces Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia in SeniorsDrinking tea decreases cognitive impairment risk by 50 percent and as much as 86 percent for those genetically at risk of Alzheimer's.
A recent study by Chinese researchers shows that drinking as little as one cup of tea daily significantly reduces risk of cognitive decline in older adults. Those who are genetically ...More »
DNA Methylation Predicts MortalityNew research reveals that an altered methylation status in the genome may indicate that mortality is increased by up to seven times
In a recent study from the German Cancer Research Center, scientists are pursuing the mortality risks of people who undergo methylation of their DNA which can determine a person's ...More »
Yoga for the BluesStudy finds that yoga classes accompanied by home practice lead to a significant reduction in symptoms of depression.
Depression is a mental health condition that affects the brain and often begins in early adulthood. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association, more than 15 million Americans were identified ...More »
Statins Increase Women's Diabetes RiskStudy finds that older women face a 33 percent higher chance of developing diabetes if taking statins. Risk increases to 51 percent for those on high doses.
In a study from the University of Queensland in Australia, older women prescribed statin drugs designed to lower cholesterol face a higher risk of getting diabetes. The study revealed that ...More »
Sulforaphane Combats ObesitySulforaphane is shown to accelerate the production of brown adipose tissue, inducing augmentation of fat-burning.
Young sprouts of broccoli and cauliflower are especially rich in glucoraphanin, an organosulfur compound, which is transformed into sulforaphane when it is chewed and mixed with the enzyme myrosinase.
Heart Attack Risk Game-ChangerTurns out that soft plaque may not actually be more likely to rupture and cause heart attacks than hard calcium deposits in coronary arteries.
There is plenty of discussion regarding which individuals are at a disproportionately high risk for heart attacks. After all, some seemingly healthy people endure heart attacks while many individuals who ...More »
The Benefits of Dark ChocolateStudies have shown that dark chocolate has numerous science-backed health benefits.
Without a doubt, dark chocolate has remained one of the most treasured foods in the world since 2000BC. The first connoisseurs of the dark chocolate were the Maya of Central ...More »
Improved Sleep and Reduced Stress Impact with PrebioticsResearchers find that dietary prebiotics may be effective against stress-induced insomnia.
Researchers recently published a study in the Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience journal that points to a link between prebiotics and more restful sleep.
The team, led by Robert Thompson of ...
Elderberry Eases InflammationBlack elderberry extract may address obesity and metabolic-related inflammation, in a lab animal model.
Previously, studies report that anthocyanins from dietary sources may reduce inflammation and address obesity-related medical complications. An abundant source of anthocyanins, black elderberry extract was investigated for its potential to ...More »
Hormone Replacement Therapy - Challenging Long-Held BeliefsThere appears to be a good deal of confusion amongst both women and clinicians regarding the 'facts' surrounding HRT use.
A stunning early termination of a study in 2002 on hormone replacement therapy (HRT) which erroneously indicated that HRT caused heart attacks and breast cancer, led both doctors and their ...More »
Simple Secret to SleepWhat one technique may improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia and fatigue, among older men and women?
As we age, we typically experience declines in the quality of our sleep. Mindfulness meditation is a self-administered approach that intentionally focuses one's attention on the emotions, thoughts and ...More »
Having Children Increases LongevityParents live longer than those who do not have children, quite likely due to the fact that parenthood appears to offer a special benefit in later years.
Raising a child might cost upwards of a quarter-million dollars yet it pays off quite nicely in terms of parents' longevity. A recent study has determined that parents live longer ...More »
Stevia Combats Lyme DiseaseStevia is shown to be more effective than antibiotics at combating the pathogen known to cause Lyme disease.
A recent study indicates that Stevia is more effective at combating Lyme disease than antibiotics. The study's results were recently published in the European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology ...More »
Cancer Cells Slayed by Vitamin CResearch shows that Vitamin C is able to effectively pinpoint and kill cancer cells.
Most people think vitamin C is helpful to fend off colds, sore throats and sinus infections. Though vitamin C certainly boosts immune system functionality, it does plenty more for the ...More »
Can Immortality be Achieved Through Science?From genetics to artificial intelligence, researchers are making numerous advances in the fight to stop aging.
Recent advances in science and technology have some pondering whether human immortality is within reach. It is possible that the first human to live forever has already been born? Scientists ...More »
Let's Make American Medicine Great AgainA new program to save 1 trillion dollars and enhance human lifespan by the doctors of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
A4M has for the past 25 years shown the ability through vision and technology to make American medical care great once again. The time has come for a major overhaul ...More »
Six Estrogen Deficiency TriggersThe symptoms and risks associated with estrogen deficiency, as well as a list of the 6 most common triggers.
Estrogen is the primary female sex hormone and it plays a major role in both reproduction, and in the development and maintenance of female sex characteristics. Below is a list ...More »
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Reverses AgingMayo Clinic study shows that high-intensity aerobic exercise performed in short intervals can reverse the aging processes.
The Mayo Clinic has determined that intense aerobic exercise has the potential to reverse the aging process in adults. Though everyone knows exercise is beneficial, there are plenty of questions ...More »
Health Benefits of Lion's Mane MushroomLion’s mane mushroom, also known as hedgehog mushroom, has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and as a food in Asia.
Health Benefits of Lion's Mane Mushroom
The Chinese have used Lion’s Mane Mushroom as a medicine for centuries. Many communities in Asia have used it as food. The ...
Higher than Expected Sequencing Errors Found in Public DatabasesStudy of sequenced samples of DNA shows much higher levels of low-frequency mutation errors than expected.
A group of New England Biolabs researchers has determined sequenced samples of DNA stored in public databases show much higher levels of low-frequency mutation errors than anticipated. The group's ...More »
Head Injuries Increase Risk of Brain DiseasesHead injuries can harm hundreds of genes in the brain, increasing the risk of a wide range of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
Scientists have found that head injuries can damage hundreds of genes leading to an increased risk of brain disorders like autism and diseases like Alzheimer's. Brain trauma can make ...More »
Break for BPA midday nap may help to lower blood pressure, among hypertensive men and women.
In today’s 24/7/365 society, few of us take time to tend to our health and well-being; a midday nap may seem completely elusive. Manolis Kallistratos, from Asklepieion ...More »
New Protein Revealed in Aging, CancerNew treatments for aging and early cancer may result from the discovery of protein found to have a previously unknown role in the ageing of cells.
Researchers at the Queen Mary University of London have found a protein that had a previously unknown role in cell ageing. The study was conducted with the financial backing of ...More »
Diabetics Should Think Twice Before Starting the Paleo DietThere is no long-term evidence showing the benefits of the Paleo diet for those with type 2 diabetes, and it may actually do more harm than good.
Associate Professor Sof Andrikopoulos of the University of Melbourne Department of Medicine, stated in the Medical Journal of Australia that those with type 2 diabetes should not get too hyped ...More »
Whole Grains Increase Metabolism and Weight LossStudy reveals that replacing refined grains with whole grains increases calorie loss by reducing calories retained during digestion and speeding up metabolism.
A study supported by General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service has confirmed a link between increased dietary ...More »
Flex Your Brain PowerPhysical fitness improves cognitive flexibility, among older adults.
A number of previous studies report that higher cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and physical activity in aging associate with greater brain structural and functional integrity, and higher cognitive functioning. Agnieszka Burzynska ...More »
Cancer Detection and Location Blood Test DevelopedBioengineers have developed a new blood test that can detect cancer early, as well as identify where it is growing in the body.
A recent breakthrough appears to have made it much easier to detect cancer and pinpoint its exact location. The advances were made by University of California at San Diego bioengineers ...More »
Menopause As Heart Disease Risk FactorLate- and post-menopausal women have significantly greater volumes of fat around their hearts, as compared to pre-menopausal women.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women, for which risks increase after age 50 – the average age for menopause. Samar R. El Khoudary, from the University of ...More »
Has Marijuana Policy Outpaced Science?Harvard Medical School researcher states that although there have been promising studies extolling the benefits of marijuana use, further research is advisable.
Some marijuana advocates believe that marijuana laws are outpacing science, as several states like Massachusetts are legalizing the drug for medical use. Scientists are grappling with the lack of information ...More »
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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 »
Cancer Detection and Location Blood Test Developed
Bioengineers have developed a new blood test that can detect cancer early, as well as identify where it is growing in the body.Read the full article »
Supplement Pitfalls Revealed by Experts
Researchers find significant amounts of pharmaceutical drugs hidden in various herbal supplements.Read the full article »
Slow Aging by Eating Less
Restricting calories can decelerate the cellular aging process.Read the full article »
Activity Slows Cellular Aging
For the first time, a study has explored the link between sedentary time, exercise, and telomeres.Read the full article »
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