“Radioactive element found in fish far from Vermont nuclear plant,” Reuters.com, Feb. 7, 2011.
Even at typical exposure levels, airborne fine particulate matter may have serious consequences for heart and brain health.
Frequent awakenings and a habit of lying awake are linked to higher levels of markers of the brain plaques that are a hallmark of Alzheimer's Disease.
Trace amounts of radioactive strontium have been found in bass fished 150 miles away from a nuclear power plant.
Discussion groups, games, gardening, and other mentally stimulating activities help to boost cognition, among men and women with mild to moderate dementia.
By deciphering how humans process visual information, University of Texas (USA) team uncovers new ways to improve eyewitness testimony, enhance teaching methods
People who survive a heart attack, but are depressed, face a difficult recovery prognosis.
Not only does lifting weights improve muscle power and promotes cardiovascular health, but doing so enhances quality of life as well.
Canadian scientists elucidate the mechanism of PNKP, a DNA repair enzyme, paving the way for innovations in targeted cancer therapies.
Heavily stressed muscles responded to massage therapy with a variety of biologic changes associated with reduced inflammation.
Cancer survivors have better physical function and quality of life when they are physically active after their treatment is completed.
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Maintaining a healthy body in young adulthood is linked to achieving academic successes later in life. Sahlgrenska Academy (Sweden) researchers studied 1.2 million Swedish men, born between 1950 and 1976, who were enrolled in military service. The team established a correlation between good physical fitness and better results for the IQ test, with the strongest links found for logical thinking and verbal comprehension...