Researchers have found supplementation early in life may help to offset problems for the adult brain from early life stress.
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According to researchers the value of sanitation for lowering child mortality in many low income countries has been widely underestimated.
Researchers have found mulberry extract activates brown fat and has promise as a treatment for obesity.
Researchers at Kumamoto University in Japan say they have isolated a natural compound isolated from onions called onionin A (ONA) which has several properties that help fight ovarian cancer.
According to a new study people who closely adhere to the Mediterranean diet, particularly by eating fruit, may be significantly less likely to develop age-related macular degeneration.
Researchers say walking faster and sitting less helps you to optimize your health.
Mental health researchers have made a promising breakthrough dealing with fatty acid levels for early detection of the risk of psychosis.
A new study which was done shows that a combination of complementary medicine along with standard care for preoperative anxiety decreases anxiety levels in patients.
Researchers have found caffeine based compounds prevent the death of brain cells which produce dopamine.
A new Southampton study has shown infants whose mothers had a higher level of a specific type of vitamin B during pregnancy have a decreased risk of eczema at age 12 months.
According to a study which has been published by the American Psychological Association having a happy spouse may be associated with better health.
Researchers say high levels of depressed mood in soldiers returning from combat may be due to low levels of fish oil and lack of physical activity.
Scientists from Imperial College London say that feeding babies peanut and egg may prevent food allergy.
Stressful employment factors in high-income nations are contributing to the epidemic of cardiovascular disease across the world. Stress management in the workplace is essential to deal with this problem.
Georgia State researchers have found that there are benefits to a laughter based exercise program for the elderly.
Researchers have discovered that venom which is extracted from a species of marine cone snail could may hold the key to developing ‘ultra-fast-acting’ insulins which could lead to more efficient therapies for the management of diabetes.
Employees of medical centers have reported on high stress which is associated with negative health behaviors.
A University of British Columbia study shows that animal-assisted therapy can help students combat homesickness.
Strong social support is associated with shorter stays in inpatient rehabilitation after being hospitalized.
Researchers have observed there is a decreased risk of death in patients with a history of cardiovascular disease with the the Mediterranean diet.
A study from Uppsala University has shown that daytime light exposure may offer a promising way to combat sleep disturbances which are associated with the use of electronic devices in the evening.