Recent research has indicated that by lowering blood pressure, women cut their risk of experiencing stroke, myocardial infarction or heart failure and could possibly reverse some effects of cardiovascular disease.
Researchers at Oregon State University believe that detecting nutrient biomarkers in people with Alzheimer’s may be an important step in developing treatment and prevention methods for the disease.
Eating broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables — like cauliflower and watercress — could prevent cancer since a substance found in them targets a mutation-suppressing gene.
A study conducted at the University of Helsinki in Finland has shown that men older than 71 may add years to their life by taking vitamin E supplements.
A study conducted at the University of Navarra and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University followed more than 12,000 people for six years and found that a diet high in trans fats correlates with a nearly 50 percent increased chance of developing depression.
A new review that was published in The Cochrane Library may suggest that males with subfertility could benefit from taking oral antioxidants when trying to conceive.
A study of four American Indian communities has revealed that the active promotion of water over soda leads to significantly lower instances of tooth decay in children.
Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine have recently found that mice who were fed a high-fat diet over a long period of time developed impaired genes, which increased cravings for the unhealthy foods
Correcting poor food choices is the easiest way to get a handle on blood pressure and diabetes. Where food is concerned it is pretty clear which foods needs to be avoided and which foods should be center stage in your diet. Read this article to learn which foods may be causing your blood pressure problems…
Researchers conducting the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) Heart study have recently released data that supports the idea that eating fruits and vegetables helps to stave off disease, namely ischemic heart disease.