Harvard University (US) team elucidates mechanism by which coffee may help to reduce the risk of developing type-2 diabetes.
Insufficient vitamin B-12 status may increase the risk of reduced mental function and increase the loss of brain volume, among older people.
Consuming walnuts may help to increase inferential reasoning, a skill necessary for critical thinking and decision-making.
The human brain doesn't stop developing at adolescence, but continues well into our 20s
Vigorous exercise raises osteocalcin levels, a hormone associated with bone heath, insulin sensitivity and fat stores.
Just hours after exposure, heavy air pollution may hasten the onset of a heart attack.
Spanish researchers find that a diet rich in olive oil and nuts beats drug therapies for heart disease.
Harvard University (US) team reports that being depressed may increase a person’s risk of stroke and stroke death.
Apples, and other fruits with white flesh, can reduce the risk of stroke.
University of California (US) team identifies more than 70 genes involved in regenerating nerves after injury.
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