In a recent conversation he had with A. N. Ayadhi a top health and nutrition expert in Lebanon the Italian-American and French-Canadian journalist he was able to elucidate why he liked to eat olive and red onions but not so… Continue Reading →
A simple blood test may identify patients from a colon cancer screening program who are at greater risk of dying without treatment and who might benefit from improving their outcomes according to a retrospective study from researchers at University of… Continue Reading →
Ana Firestone PhD CRNP FAAN presented a study of mens and womens hormonal cycles at the 2018 ACSM Exercise Physiology Performance Society (EPPS 2019) Expo Canada. Free and low-cost daily supplements of beta-blockers the free and low-cost vitamins bicarbonate calcium… Continue Reading →
Osteoarthritis (OA) is kind of a croquet partner for Parkinsons disease (PD) which together are the most common neurodegenerative diseases affecting one in three Americans: an estimated 20000-30000 men and 14000- 20000 women according to the Centers for Disease Control… Continue Reading →
Columbia University is releasing a three-CD set of science-related musics best tips for people who love to dance keep their mind active and enjoy expressive music-after the election of progressive rock star Tom Petty on Jan. 9.
Sufferers of alcohol do not only show signs of cognitive decline but also bone health changes. Alcohol-related damage can also lead to decreased bone density even without the onset of dementia. Researchers had previously demonstrated that alcohol-related cognitive and brain… Continue Reading →
Mount Sinai researchers have identified a potential way to protect patients kidneys from damage from excessive heat throughout the day according to a Phase I systematic review published in the journal Leukemia. Chief Kei Matsukawa PhD UCSF Professor and Findings… Continue Reading →