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Eating five-a-day reduces dementia risk in older adults
Date created: 26/02/2017
Eating five-a-day, or at least three portions of vegetables and two portions of fruits every day can lower risk of dementia in older adults, according to study by researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong... read more

Scientifically designed five-day fasting diet reduces risks for major illnesses
Date created: 19/02/2017
Following a fasting-mimicking diet (FMD) can help lower risk factors for ageing and age-related diseases, according to a new study. .. read more

Scientists examine how our brain processes fear
Date created: 12/02/2017
Researchers from the University of California-Irvine (UCI) have uncovered the brain circuit involved in processing fear. .. read more

New cancer drug could help regenerate damaged heart muscle
Date created: 05/02/2017
Scientists in the U.S. have discovered that an anticancer drug in development promotes regeneration of damaged heart muscle 0-. .. read more

Breakthrough cancer treatment: Scientists impede brain tumour cell growth
Date created: 29/01/2017
Gioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, is very difficult to treat. Now, scientists say they have discovered a drug that can halt the protein driving its growth... read more

Playing musical instrument benefits your brain
Date created: 15/01/2017
Trained musicians are sharper and have faster reaction times than their non-musical peers, according to a University of Montreal study... read more

Heart attack breakthrough: Low-cost blood test can predict risk of heart attack
Date created: 07/01/2017
A high-sensitivity blood test – which costs only £5 – could predict which patients are at risk of a heart attack, according to a study funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF)... read more

Frequent sauna bathing may reduce dementia, Alzheimer’s risk in men, Finnish study suggests
Date created: 01/01/2017
A team of researchers in Finland have identified a link between frequent sauna use and lower risk of Alzheimers disease and other dementias in men... read more

People who repeatedly experience high levels of enjoyment live longer, suggests new study
Date created: 29/12/2016
If you are relying on medications and vitamins to achieve a healthy and long life, you are doing it all wrong, suggest researchers from the University College London (UCL) in the UK. .. read more

Brussels sprouts could hold the key to making new Alzheimer’s drug
Date created: 25/12/2016
A new study suggests Brussels sprouts contain a nutrient which fights neurological disorders including Alzheimer’s. .. read more

Long time use of over-the-counter painkillers tied to hearing loss in women
Date created: 18/12/2016
Although, over-the-counter painkillers may not cause you to get addicted like their prescribed counterparts, that doesn’t mean they are always safe to use. .. read more

Turning white fat to brown may be new treatment for obesity
Date created: 10/12/2016
Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania believe they have found a new way to fight obesity by turning white fat into brown fat. .. read more

Parkinson’s disease may be effectively treated with new diabetes drug
Date created: 08/12/2016
A drug originally developed to treat type 2 diabetes may be a breakthrough for Parkinson’s treatment, according to the researchers from the Van Andel Research Institute's Center for Neurodegenerative Science in Michigan, U.S.A. .. read more

Spiritual experience activates brain reward circuits
Date created: 30/11/2016
Spiritual and religious experiences activate the brain reward circuits in much the same way as love, sex, music, gambling, and drugs, suggests a research at the University Of Utah School Of Medicine. .. read more

Scientists discover protein that could prevent diabetes and obesity
Date created: 29/11/2016
A team of scientists at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium believe they have made a breakthrough by discovering a protein that could stop the development of diabetes and obesity in humans... read more

Low social rank may harm immune system, impact inflammatory response
Date created: 27/11/2016
Just being at the bottom of social rank alters the body’s immune system and inflammatory response in ways that is harmful to health, according to a study at Duke University in the U.S... read more

Gut microbes change host gene expression under influence of diet
Date created: 26/11/2016
A new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the U.S. has revealed that gut microbes alter host gene expression in a diet-dependent manner. .. read more

Study reveals new insights into beta-amyloid buildup in the retina of AMD patients
Date created: 25/11/2016
A new research sheds lights that help to better understand how beta-amyloid damages the retina – the layer of tissue at the back of the eye... read more

Persistent sleep disruption may lead to liver cancer
Date created: 24/11/2016
Chronic sleep deprivation may cause liver disease and ultimately lead to liver cancer, a new study suggests. .. read more

Brain reconditioning to fight fear?
Date created: 23/11/2016
A team of international neuroscientists may have found a method to recondition the brain into “removing” specific fears... read more

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