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Cocoa Reduces Blood Pressure and Arterial Stiffness

Cocoa could be better than blood pressure drugs

Researchers found cocoa flavanols effectively lowered the blood pressure of study participants, but only when their numbers were elevated.

, August 08, 2022


Green Tea Supports Gut Health and Lowers Blood Sugar

Green tea can do more than quench your thirst.

Researchers from The Ohio State University found consuming green tea extract for a month was able to lower blood sugar and improve gut health by reducing inflammation and gut permeability.

, August 01, 2022


Depression and Anxiety Reduced with Vitamin B6

Don't neglect your nutrition if you are feeling depressed.

New research from the University of Reading in the UK shows high-dose vitamin B6 supplementation can effectively reduce feelings of anxiety and depression.

, July 25, 2022


Spirituality Leads to Better Health Outcomes

Don't neglect your spirit when it comes to your physical health

Scientists at the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital found that spirituality should be incorporated into care for serious illness and overall health as it results in better health outcomes and patient care.

, July 18, 2022


Vitamin D during Pregnancy Reduces Baby’s Eczema Risk

Add vitamin D to your list of prenatal vitamins.

Researchers at the University of Southampton in England found mothers who took vitamin D supplements during pregnancy substantially reduced the chances their baby would develop atopic eczema in their first year of life.

, July 11, 2022


Intermittent Fasting Helps Heal Nerve Damage

Intermittent fasting may be a way to help heal nerve damage.

A new study from Imperial College London has found intermittent fasting in mice has the ability to help heal nerve damage.

, July 01, 2022


Sports Not Screens Make Kids Happier

It's better for kids to mingle than isolate.

New research from the University of South Australia showed kids who participate in after-school activities like sports are happier than their peers glued to screens.

, June 27, 2022


40-Year-Olds Get the Least Sleep

Why 40-year-olds always look tired.

New research from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University shows that on average the years in the 40s is when busy Americans get the least amount of sleep during their lifetime.

, June 20, 2022


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