Hearing loss is a problem that affects roughly 48 million adults in the U.S., a 20 percent chunk of the American population. It’s estimated that one out of every three people over the age of 65 suffers from hearing loss, and up to 0.3 percent of children have hearing problems or suffer from deafness.…Read More
In fact, recent findings from Harvard Medical School shed new light on the “drink milk” campaign, suggesting that drinking milk has nothing to do with bone health.
Calcium is the nutrient that plays the most crucial role in maintaining healthy bones. Without calcium, your body …Read More
Food experts say that the duration of freezing has no effect on how safe the food is to eat. While the taste and nutrient quality of the food will degrade over time, there is no cut-off or best-before date. As long as the food is frozen and thawed …Read More
The latest health food getting many second glances from health foodies during cold and flu season is an old, traditional Japanese favorite: pickled turnips. And while Westerners may close their minds and mouths at first when it comes to trying this Eastern cultural dish at first, research is showing that pickled turnips may just live up to the immune strengthening hype after all.
Suguki are pickled turnips, a traditional Japanese dish that is available at many authentic …Read More
The most popular genres of music have changed over the decades, along with the devices we use to listen them. With the advent of the internet and portable media players, music is available in countless different forms – but the effect it has on our hearts, and on our minds, doesn’t seem to have changed all that much. The relationship between music and mental health has been explored extensively for many years, and a new study shows that it has …Read More