Shiitake Mushrooms: Anti-Cancer, Anti-Aging, and More
Shiitake mushroom , once little-known outside of East Asia, is a frequent sight these days in the produce section of Western supermarkets. While prized for its texture and...
15 days ago - The Life Extension
NIH awards grant to test whether anti-inflammatory diet can reduce Alzheimer's disease risk
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Albert Einstein College of Medicine nutrition scientist Yasmin Mossavar-Rahmani, Ph.D., R.D., a five-year, $4 million grant to...
16 days ago - News Medical
Medical Drink Falls Short in Early Alzheimer's Trial
A nutritional drink showed some benefit for stabilizing cognition and brain atrophy but failed to meet primary outcome of improving performance on a neuropsychological test...
23 days ago - Medscape
Nutritional supplement may pause Alzheimer's progression
Scientists said Souvenaid, a £3.49 drink sold by Nutricia, could slow shrinkage of the brain, delay cognitive decline and even pause the progression of the disease among patients.
23 days ago - Daily Mail
Alzheimer's nutrient drink falters in clinical trial
Study finds no evidence a nutritional 'anti-Alzheimer's' drink being sold online in the UK can slow the disease.
23 days ago - BBC
FDA Moves to Revoke Claim About Soy and Heart Health
United States officials announced on Monday that they are moving to revoke a health claim that soy protein can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease . In a statement, the...
24 days ago - Time - 4 articles
Why Puberty is the Ideal Time to Invest in Bone Health
This is Part 5 of my Puberty and Growth Series I started a post on nutrition and puberty but soon realized the information on bone health was just too vast. Clearly, this topic...
27 days ago - Raise Healthy Eaters
Progress Marking and Progress Making - Global Nutrition Summit and Global Nutrition Report Launch Set to Catalyze Progress on Malnutrition
By Kimberly Cernak, 1,000 Days' Senior Director of Global Policy and Advocacy. The global news cycle is full of crises, with new issues emerging daily. With the pace at which...
30 days ago - The Global Nutrition Report
Decreased Glucose Metabolism in Medial Prefrontal Areas Associated w/ Nutritional Status in Patients Alzheimer's Disease
Nutritional problems, especially weight loss are very common in people with Alzheimer's. This study looks at the associations of nutritional status with Alzheimer's and related...
1 month ago - Health Status
Is chocolate good for our skin?
Too much sunlight causes skin aging, sunburn, and skin cancer. Find out if chocolate can protect our skin from the damaging ultraviolet rays of the sun.
1 month ago - Medical News Today
The headlines of Master Doctor
Sun Health at Home puts members and their families at ease
The news came as a surprise when Jeff DeLeeuw learned that his parents were packing up their belongings and moving from Illinois to Arizona in 1993. When Jeff visited his mom...
Imaging technique shows progress Alzheimer's disease
Using ‘Raman' optical technology, scientists can now produce images of brain tissue that is affected by Alzheimer's disease. The images include the surrounding areas, already...
Increased use of ambulatory surgery centers for cataract surgery
Over the past decade there's been a dramatic increase in the proportion of cataract surgeries performed at ambulatory surgery centers. In some communities nearly all cataract...
Billionaires and bankers hatch a superannuation plot
A group of billionaires gathered with a clutch of the country's most senior bank executives and captains of Australia's $2 trillion superannuation industry on Thursday to...
Genomic testing linked to higher surveillance uptake
Boston- In men with clinically low-risk prostate cancer managed in community-based urology practices, utilization of active surveillance as initial management is higher among...
Metastatic prostate cancer: What you need to know
Prostate cancer occurs when the cells in the prostate grow uncontrollably. Metastatic prostate cancer means the cancer has spread beyond the prostate.
Air Pollution Can Lead to Osteoporosiss in Older Adults
Pollution Can Lead to Bone Loss in Older People. Researchers link osteoporosis and exposure to tiny airborne particles. by Patrick Kiger, AARP, November 21, 2017|Comments: 0...
Senior lawyers warn NSW green slip reforms 'undermine injured motorists' rights'
The definition of a 'minor injury' has sparked fresh criticism of the NSW government's reforms.
FDA: Limbrel linked to 'potentially life-threatening' problems
The FDA is investigating the drug Limbrel, a capsule-based product currently marketed as a medical food to manage the metabolic processes associated with osteoarthritis, for...
FDA approves Light Adjustable Lens from RxSight
The FDA has approved the Light Adjustable Lens and Light Delivery Device from RxSight, according to an FDA press release. This is the first medical device system that can make...