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Consumption of blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries influence how neurons communicate, potentially preventing inflammation in the brain.
Resveratrol, a polyphenol found in wine, exerts anti-inflammatory properties that may lower the risk of airway obstruction in the lungs.
Potentially toxic chemicals linked to escalating rates of endocrine disruption-related disease are present in a broad array of consumer products, including cosm
UCLA (US) researchers have identified the intracellular mechanisms regulated by vitamin D3 that may help the body clear the brain of amyloid beta, the main comp
Dietary supplementation with retinol may slash skin cancer risk by as much as 40%.
The amino acid taurine may exert protective effects against coronary heart disease.
Two glasses of cranberry juice a day may reduce the propensity of endothelial cells to produce compounds that harden the arteries.
Lutein and zeaxanthin may reduce cataract risk.
New insights in to the biological pathway by which yoga may be effective for stress-related medical conditions including depression, anxiety, high blood pressur
Having diabetes for ten years or more triples the risk of an ischemic stroke.
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238. Flextime & Telecommuting Promote Worker Health
Flexible working arrangements, such as flexitime (self-scheduled work shifts) and telecommuting (working from home), are becoming more commonplace in the US and other industrialized nations. Researchers from Durham University (United Kingdom) reviewed 10 controlled before-and-after studies involving 16,603 participants, which evaluated a variety of flexible working arrangements for the impact on employee health and wellbeing...