New Fall product launches: CBD mints, hemp tea, menopause support, and more
21 hours ago - NutraIngredients-USA
Natural remedies for osteoporosis: What are the science-based health benefits of red clover?
Red clover is a preferred herb among herbalists due to the variety of health benefits it provides. This herb is well-known for its ability to treat symptoms of menopause and...
4 days ago - Natural News
Do dietary intakes influence the rate of decline in anti-Mullerian hormone among eumenorrheic women? A population-based prospective investigation
Dietary intakes are suggested to affect age at menopause but associations between dietary factors and ovarian reserve reduction have not yet been investigated. We aimed to...
6 days ago - Nutrition Journal
Ladies, eat more pomegranates for better health
When women reach middle age, they start to deal with symptoms of menopause, which can include bone loss, depression, mood swings, and declining estrogen levels. Surprisingly...
8 days ago - Natural News
Top stories in cardiology include highlights from AHA's Scientific Sessions
Most of last week's top stories in cardiology were from Healio's live coverage of the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions, which recently wrapped up in...
8 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
6 Mind-Body Approaches for Menopause
As we covered in Parts I and II of this series, during perimenopause and menopause women can experience a complex web of physical, psychological, and social symptoms. The...
14 days ago - Mark's Daily Apple
Early menopause raises risk for CVD
PHILADELPHIA - In a new study, women with natural and surgical premature menopause before age 40 years had a small but significant elevated risk for CVDs, researchers reported...
15 days ago - Healio
Health worker with painful periods has hormone injections to 'start the menopause' at just 29
Jade Spargo, from Truro, Cornwall, has suffered from adenomyosis and endometriosis since the age of 16. The conditions left her bed-bound whenever she was on her period.
16 days ago - Daily Mail
Four in ten women on hormone replacement therapy can't get their medication amid mass shortages
The HRT crisis is forcing some British women to go 'cold turkey' on the advice of their GP, causing the return of debilitating menopause symptoms.
18 days ago - Daily Mail
Early Menopause Increases Heart Risks
Menopause before age 40 increased the risk for coronary artery disease, heart failure, blood clots and heart valve problems.
19 days ago - NY Times
The headlines of Master Doctor
Triple-drug therapy TRIPLES survival rate of advanced breast cancer
The study, led by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, found the three-drug combination kept the disease at bay in patients whose tumours had spread to their brain, when...
Probiotic Yeast May Help Treat Drug-resistant Fungal Infections
A study by researchers at WPI and the Central Food Technological Research Institute in India shows that yeasts derived from food are effective in preventing infections and...
Greta Thunberg Is TIME Magazine's 2019 Person Of The Year
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg caps her huge year by covering TIME Magazine To say that Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg had a breakout year is an understatement...
Fresh and Older Blood are Equally Effective for Transfusion
Transfusions using fresh red blood cells are no more useful than older red blood cells in decreasing the risk of organ failure or death in critically ill children, reports a...
Watching TV May Up Obesity Risk in Kids
Does TV cause childhood obesity? Lifestyle habits like watch television for long hours can make your child obese and overweight, reveals a new study.
Specialized Immune Cells may Help Repair Inflammatory Bowel Disease Damage...
Specialized immune cells that dampen inflammation and help repair the gut can be used as a potential therapy for kids dealing with the painful symptoms of inflammatory bowel...
Middle-income Countries are Hardest Hit by Heart Disease in Europe
Middle-income countries shoulder the bulk of disability and death from cardiovascular disease in Europe, according to a new study.
New Factors Linked to Suicide Discovered
First-of-its-kind study used machine learning and health data from the entire Danish population to create sex-specific suicide risk profiles, illuminating the complex mix of...
Effect of Aging on Heart Disease: New Insights
Aging adults are more likely to have and die from heart disease than their younger counterparts. A new study finds a reason to link biological aging to the development of...
Meaning in Life Linked to Better Health and Well-being
New study has examined the meaning in life and relationship with physical, mental and cognitive functioning.