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Brisk Walk Can Help In Alzheimer's Disease

Brisk Walking Can Help In Patients Suffering From Alzheimer's Disease; Pollution Doubles The Risk For Older Women?

By Carrie Winters - Mar 02, 2017 07:55 AM EST

A study indicates that frequent brisk walks can help aid Alzheimer's. It also can slow down memory loss for people who are suffering from the disease.

Colon And Rectal Cancer Rates Rising For Young People; Lifestyle Change Important To Reverse Trend

By Jeff Thompson - Mar 01, 2017 06:26 PM EST

The diagnosis for colorectal cancers for young generation needs to be improved.

Bacteria Genes Can Take Out Zika & Dengue Carrying Mosquitoes, Study Says

By Carrie Winters - Mar 01, 2017 05:30 AM EST

A new study by the researchers at the Yale and Vanderbilt University indicates that bacteria can wipe out mosquitoes wit Zika or dengue virus. This is a natural way in getting rid of the virus.

Long Sleeping Hours Could Be An Indication Of Alzheimer's Disease, Latest Study Says

By Jeff Thompson - Feb 27, 2017 05:54 PM EST

The new studies confirm the possibility of early detection of Alzheimer's Disease.

Food Fasting May Be Healthier, Study Says; Weight Loss And Cell Regeneration Possible Results?

By Carrie Winters - Feb 27, 2017 05:55 AM EST

A study on fasting diet done on mice may reduce the risk of diabetes. This diet is said to allow the pancreatic cell to regenerate.

Smarter Teens More Inclined To Drink Alcohol & Smoke Cannabis, Study Says

By Carrie Winters - Feb 24, 2017 05:30 AM EST

A recent British study indicates that smart teenagers are more likely to drink alcohol than smoke. These teenagers are also inclined to smoking cannabis.

Study Links Stress To A Wider Waistline; Cortisol Levels Important

By Qiao Xu - Feb 24, 2017 05:30 AM EST

A recent study indicates that being fat may be caused by long-term stress. The researchers of the study discovered that there is a link between a high level of stress hormone cortisol and excess weight.

Cat Ownership Does Not Affect Psychosis, Study Says; Warns Pregnant Women In Handling Cat Litter

By Carrie Winters - Feb 23, 2017 05:47 AM EST

There were studies that suggested that cat owners are likely to suffer from psychosis. However, a latest study from the University of London indicates that there is no link between the cat and the mental disorder.

Heavy Snowfall May Lead To Heart Attack On Men; Shovelling The Culprit?

By Carrie Winters - Feb 15, 2017 05:30 AM EST

A recent study indicates that snow shoveling has been associated of higher heart attack risk on men. The study also presents that there have been several men brought to hospitals for heart attack after a heavy snowfall.

Louisville Kentucky Had 52 Overdose Emergencies In 32 Hours; What Caused The Spike?

By Carrie Winters - Feb 14, 2017 05:30 AM EST

An overdose emergency spiked up in Louisville, Kentucky last week. There have been 52 overdoses reported within 32 hours.

An Old Drug That Cures Rare Disease Gets A New Price At $89,000: Why Is It Worth Its Price?

By Carrie Winters - Feb 13, 2017 05:30 AM EST

A drug that has been used to medicate an unusual form of muscular dystrophy outside the United States has been approved by the federal Food and Drug Authority recently.

'First-Born' Children Are Smarter Than The Other Siblings, Study Says; Higher IQ Results Noted

By Carrie Winters - Feb 10, 2017 08:32 AM EST

A new research indicates that first-born children are more intelligent than the other siblings. This advantage may be coming from the parents' way of raising a firs-born.

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