Do you speak more than one language? If so, you could be less likely to suffer from age-related cognitive decline, as reported by recent research. If you don’t speak another language, don’t worry; it’s never too late to learn! Read more
Monday, September 1, 2014
Instead of playing "brain games" to stave off age-related cognitive decline, why not keep your brain young by learning something new?
Friday, August 29, 2014
Researcher''s have discovered that cinnamon helps treat not only Parkinson's disease, but also several other serious diseases.
Americans were shocked and saddened when Robin Williams committed suicide following a long history of depression. Another shock followed; the beloved comic was fighting Parkinson's disease, a devastating condition that causes tremors and problems walking.
There is no cure for Parkinson's, but a common spice — cinnamon — may be able to help stop its progression.
Cinnamon has been used for flavoring everything from toothpaste to herbal teas— including mom's apple pie — and it has been a staple in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries to help improve circulation and digestion. Modern studies are finding even more uses for the versatile spice, including putting the brakes on Parkinson's disease.
According to studies, cinnamon's healthy effects may be due to its ability to reduce inflammation and to have antioxidant effects, or that it may fight bacteria. Below are studies that show some of the conditions cinnamon can help combat: Read more
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
Diabetes is a serious condiiton, but nine herbal remedies can help, says Reuben chow.
Diabetes is a health condition which must be taken seriously. While it is useful for diabetics to be under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner, there are some things which you can do to help keep the condition in check. Specifically, numerous herbs contain healthful properties which are beneficial in different ways to persons suffering from diabetes. Read more
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Friday, August 15, 2014
Researchers say vitamin D deficiency raises Alzheimer’s risk.
People with moderate-to-severe vitamin D deficiencies are significantly more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia than those who have an adequate supply of the vitamin in their body, a new study has found. Read more