Heart failure patients who took vitamin D-3 supplements experienced improved ejection fraction.
A new study suggests that drinking coffee can reduce risk of colon cancer
The obesity epidemic has gone global, and it may be worse than most thought.
Football players and baseball players are taking differwent approahces to nutrition to serve different needs.
Researchers found that participants who closely followed Japan's government-recommended dietary guidelines had a 15 percent lower risk of dying during a 15-year time period, as compared to those who didn't.
People with autism pass away younger on average than those without the condition, according to recent research.
Hepatitis C patients are often cured before completing a treatment regimen and required less of the drugs to fight the disease.
Among people who had prediabetes, those who ate more polyunsaturated fat and less saturated fat were found to have higher levels of insulin sensitivity--which is a lower risk of developing full-blown diabetes.
Those who checked social media most frequently were found to be 2.7 times more likely to develop depression.
Researchers in Sweden found light can be used to examine the lungs of premature babies without exposing them to radiation, according to a recent study.
New research indicates that strawberry also helps prevent cardiovascular diseases and improve the regulation of blood sugar levels.
The nonprofit Environmental Working Group said that federal guidelines should be made more specific as those pregnant may end up to eating too much of the wrong kind of fish.
An ex-health director of Brown County in Wisconsin is among the latest who have reported health problems related to wind power. Brown County Citizens for Responsible Wind Energy (BCCRWE) claims that the email, sent by Xiong to an intern on Nov. 21, is further proof that the low-frequency sound from wind turbines caused some residents to suffer from health problems.
The researchers found that kids who spent more time playing video games each week were nearly twice as likely to be higher "intellectual functioning", do better in school, and less likely to experience problems within their peer groups. There was no significant association between playing video games and mental health issues.
Heart-healthy living seniors exhibited faster thinking speeds and less decline in memory and thinking skills six years later, a study emphasized. More research is needed to ascertain if routine assessment and treatment of heart health factors may boost sharpness of minds among the elderly the investigators added.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.