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Eating pistachios may positively impact bacterial profile of the digestive tract.
Consumption of sodium in excess of 1500 mg per day progressively raises stroke risk.
Older women who lifted weights demonstrated significant improvements in memory tasks after 6 months.
Complementary & Alternative Medical (CAM) therapies as an adjunct to conventional medical care improves outcome measures.
People with higher intakes of Vitamin D may be at a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's Disease.
Anew stem cell in the adult brain is capable of proliferation and forming into several different cell types.
Gamma and delta-tocopherols, the forms of Vitamin E in vegetable oils and nuts, help to prevent cancer formation and growth, in animal models.
A 25% increase in blood pressure screening in 19 developing countries would reduce the number of cardiovascular disease events and deaths by up to 3% annually.
Consuming plenty of low-fat milk, yogurt, and other dairy in the diet associates with lower stroke risk.
Short-term and long-term exposure to fine-particle air pollution can lead to increased hospitalizations among older individuals.
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272. Tend to Your Teeth
Periodontitis is a common inflammatory disease in which gum tissue separates from teeth, causing an accumulation of bacteria and potential bone and tooth loss. Consider supplementing good dental hygiene with the following natural approaches to dental health:
Drink Green Tea: Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine (Japan) researchers assessed data compiled from 25,078 people, ages 40 to 64 years, who participated in...