Researchers in Australia have discovered there is direct link between your mood and what you eat.
Young adults with depression had significantly fewer symptoms of depression after just three weeks of switching to a healthier diet.
October 14, 2019
A doctor in Canada is urging his colleagues to discontinue prescribing aspirin as a preventative measure.
Researchers Michael Kolber and Paul Fritsch say aspirin poses a serious risk for major bleeding episodes and should not be prescribed for those without a history of cardiovascular disease.
October 07, 2019
Pins, screws and plates might not be the best course of action to heal a broken shoulder.
New research reveals a more conservative approach that includes just immobilizing the shoulder in a sling to could be just as effective as surgery when healing a shoulder fracture.
September 30, 2019
This one vitamin alone is responsible for a lot of good during pregnancy.
New research shows vitamin D supplementation by expectant mothers helps the baby avoid a low birthweight and could keep the mother from experiencing a wide range of health issues.
September 16, 2019
Fried foods cause a long list of health problems in the colon according to new research.
Scientists fed mice canola oil that had previously been used in a deep-fryer and it caused an increase in inflammation in the colon, enhanced tumor growth and worsened gut leakage which spread bacteria into the bloodstream.
August 30, 2019
Scientists have discovered a way to reverse the aging of brain cells in a lab and hope to build on that research.
Through a novel approach to looking at brain aging, researchers at the University of Cambridge were able to cause old brain cells in rats to rejuvenate and act like younger cells and also make young cells behave like old cells.
August 26, 2019
Too clean might not be good when it comes to raising children.
Researchers found babies exposed to farm animals while growing up have a more diverse gut microbiome and robust immune system.
July 29, 2019
There is always room for improvement when it comes to heart health.
The results of a two-year study from Duke Health show even among those in a healthy weight range there is a benefit to reducing calories.
July 15, 2019