Archive for January, 2018

« Previous Entries

Migraine Linked to Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Many consider migraine to be nothing more than a bad headache, but a new study shows that’s not the case. According to the researchers, people who experience migraine might have a greater risk of experiencing stroke, heart attack or some other cardiovascular disease. Because of these findings, the study authors are demanding that migraine be […]

New Non-Toxic Compounds Stops Cancer By Blocking Vitamin B-2

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

A new research has come up with a compound which has the ability to prevent cancer cells from spreading by stopping their supply of vitamin B-2. This findings are significant and might push traditional chemotherapy to an all together new direction. In this research, the scientists wanted to find an agent that’s non-toxic and can […]

Marine-Based Omega-3s More Effective Than Plant-Based at Preventing Breast Cancer

Monday, January 29th, 2018

Previous studies have shown that omega-3s help prevent breast cancer. A new study analyzed if marine-based omega-3s are more effective than plant-based omega-3s in preventing breast cancer. The researchers found that while all omega-3s help prevent breast cancer, marine-based omega-3s are significantly more potent at preventing development of breast tumors than omega-3s derived from plants. […]

Aerobic Exercise Might Help Prevent Alzheimer Disease

Sunday, January 28th, 2018

A recently-published report takes an in-depth look at how exercise helps delay the onset of Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, accounting for 90 percent or more of the total dementia cases. Alzheimer’s affects millions of people, but a 2017 review revealed that lifestyle changes can help prevent it in about […]

Turmeric Is Good For Memory & Mood

Saturday, January 27th, 2018

If you like Indian food, now you have all the more reason to have it frequently and if you haven’t eaten Indian food ever, you should strongly think of adding it to your diet. A new study shows that a turmeric compound might help improve memory and mood in elderly. This, however, is not the […]

Even One Cig a Day Increases Heart Disease Risk Significantly

Friday, January 26th, 2018

As far as risk of developing cardiovascular disease is concerned, there’s no safe level of smoking. Even smoking one cigarette a day is linked to an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease. In other words, writing is on the wall for smokers: quit smoking completely. Cutting down the number of cigarettes they smoke does not […]

The MIND Diet Slows Cognitive Decline In Stroke Survivors

Thursday, January 25th, 2018

The MIND diet combines elements of two diets: the Mediterranean diet and the DASH diet. Previous studies have linked adherence to the MIND diet with lower risk of Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia which affects millions of people worldwide. Now a new study shows that the MIND diet slows down cognitive decline in […]

New Blood Test Diagnose Heart Attack Twice Faster Than Previous Tests

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Doctors are using a new test to check if a person has experienced a heart attack. The new test is significantly more sensitive than previous tests. In fact, it takes less than half time as previous tests. At the same, however, experts caution against relying too heavily on this test for diagnosing occurrence of heart […]

Early Period Linked To Cardiovascular Disease Later In Life

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Is there a link between early period and increased risk of cardiovascular disease in later years? A new study claims, yes, there’s a link. In this study, the researchers analyzed data of nearly half a million individuals and found that women who had their first period before they turned 12 had a greater risk of […]

Tamoxifen Does Not Cause Weight Gain

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

For past three decades, if not more, Tamoxifen is being used for treating breast cancer. Many believe it causes weight gain—but scientific findings show that this is not the case. Tamoxifen is prescribed for breast cancers that are hormone sensitive. Some cancers, but not all, are sensitive to estrogen and progesterone and other hormones. What […]

« Previous Entries