Researchers have unveiled another risk factor for stroke that can be easily addressed: physical inactivity.
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Though swelling is a natural part of the body’s reaction to toxic and harmful material, chronic inflammation can do substantial damage.
Scientists found that restricting the dietary protein consumed by mice in the later, more severe stages of Alzheimer’s disease resulted in notable improvements in memory retention.
It is essentially common knowledge, among scientists and biology students at least, that smell and memory are closely connected.
Caring for an individual with autism involves many unique considerations, such as managing a special diet and accommodating a range of behavioral difficulties.
After all of the studies conducted to determine the causes of age-related physical and mental deterioration, some researchers have decided to shift focus to a more heartening phenomenon: super-aging.
In a prevalence report released in 2002, the National Osteoporosis Foundation predicted that, based on figures from that year, 61 million Americans would be diagnosed with osteoporosis by 2020.
There is no denying that kids these days are a lot more tech-savvy than they were in generations past, a fact that has both positive and negative ramifications.
Excessive stress and depression can feel unbearable in the moment, and, in extreme cases, may even cause actual physical pain.
Plugging through a day at work is difficult enough as it is, but being unable to remain focused throughout these eight hours makes small tasks become a much larger burden.