It turns out going to the gym not only helps maintain proper weight and release stress, but it may also speed recovery after a stroke, according to new research.
For older overweight women who suffer from type 2 diabetes, new research has found that including two kinds of dietary oils in their diet may help them manage their weight.
According to researchers, moderate exercise can be a great health resource in that it may help boost and maintain bone strength and prevent falls and fractures in older people.
C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is part of the body’s basic emergency response system in which the liver produces concentrations of protein during times of severe inflammation. While inflammation is a normal response of the body to disease, injury or infections, an overzealous inflammatory response can do more harm than good—and lead to inflammatory diseases. So everyone should get a C-Reactive Protein test CRP, which predicts future heart disease and strokes! Read more on how you could be a walking time bomb—and what you can do about it…
Post-menopausal women who have used hormone replacement therapy (HRT) appear to be at an increased risk of ovarian cancer, according to researchers.
According to newly published research, a supervised exercise program can have beneficial effects on the physical and mental well-being of people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and reduce the need for corticosteroid medications.
As healthcare costs continue to escalate, new study results have suggested an integrative approach to treating patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) may bring both health and economic benefits.
A mind-body technique that produces stress reduction after just five days of practice has received a great deal of attention from scientists who are trying to understand the secret of its beneficial effect.
High salt consumption has long been linked to cardiovascular disease, but it is only now that scientists are learning about some of the mechanisms behind the phenomenon.
Patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are being encouraged to take more exercise, according to a new study by Australian researchers.