Nutrient foods

17 May 2019

Salmon. Not all fish is created equal. ... Kale. Of all the healthy leafy greens, kale is the king. ... Seaweed. The sea has more than just fish. ... Garlic. Gar

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17 May 2019

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How much coffee is too much for the heart?

17 May 2019

For many people, coffee is the magical brew that kickstarts the day, a much-needed pick-me-up in the afternoon, and sometimes even a well-appreciated digestive after dinn

Could gut bacteria explain the link between stress and autoimmune disease?

17 May 2019

New evidence could explain why stress is a risk factor for autoimmune disease. A recent study in mice reveals that persistent social stress changes gut microbiota, or mic

Why don't whales develop cancer, and why should we care?

17 May 2019

At its core, cancer starts when cells mutate abnormally and start growing and dividing uncontrollably, in a way that disrupts the normal functioning of their biological e

DASH diet reduced heart failure risk 'by almost half' in people under 75

17 May 2019

This was the conclusion of a study that a team at Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC, led to assess the impact of the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hyperten

How sleep and mood impact working memory

17 May 2019

Working memory is the short-term memory that a person uses on a daily basis while navigating the world, assessing situations, using language, and making decisions. As

Eat walnuts to lower blood pressure, new study suggests

17 May 2019

The scientists, at Pennsylvania State University in State College, explain that their study is one of the first to investigate how the properties of walnuts may affect he

Diabetes linked to different forms of cancer in males vs. females

17 May 2019

The study, which explains the likely biological mechanism underlying this risk, was spurred by other research suggesting a link between diabetes and cancer. Now, inves

CVS Begins Testing of All Vitamins, Supplements

18 May 2019

The move, the first of its kind by as major U.S. retailer, comes amid rising concerns that vitamins and supplements are poorly regulated. While the FDA does keep an eye o

Digital Smile Design: When Is It Useful and Why Would I Want It?

20 May 2019

When you’re unhappy with your smile, it’s hard to feel confident. Taking photographs, talking to others, and meeting new people can all feel like a challenge

Nurse case manager RCT in Parkinson Disease

28 May 2019

There is increasing awareness amongst clinicians and health policymakers that integrated models of care are important, particularly in complex, multi-faceted diseases s