Research from the University of Eastern Finland has shown that personalized physical therapy regimens tailored to the patient can improve symptoms of lower back pain better than generalized physical therapy can.
The majority of patients suffering from lower back pain… Read More
Stem cells collected from human fat have been found to be more stable than others and may be useful in anti-aging treatments, according to a new study from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. These cells… Read More
We’ve often been told to eat our fruits and vegetables as part of a balanced and healthy diet, as they provide us with essential nutrients to keep our bodies healthy. However, new research from the University of Otago in New… Read More
Who doesn’t love pancakes? They’re fluffy, delicious, and you can get super creative with toppings. From maple syrup to Nutella, whipped cream or even fresh fruit, the possibilities of how you can enjoy your pancakes are endless. The… Read More
New research from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Health System has shown that when it comes to treating new-onset acute lower back pain, a placebo works just as well as diazepam (Valium). This conclusion was reached after emergency room… Read More
Anti-smoking public service announcements that utilize fear and guilt to convince smokers to quit may be less effective than softer, nostalgia-based announcements, according to a new study from Michigan State University.
The use of nostalgia-evoking imagery and content is often… Read More
Scientists at Emory University have found an extract capable of neutralizing antibiotic-resistant staph bacteria within the berries of the Brazilian peppertree. This plant is a weed found commonly in warm climates, including U.S. states like Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Texas, and… Read More
A new study from Carnegie Mellon University has found that marital status can affect your stress level. Cortisol, the stress hormone, was measured in participants of various marital statuses, and it was found that those who were currently married had… Read More
Researchers have found a link between certain variations in DNA and the development of type 2 diabetes that may explain why some individuals get the disease while those with similar lifestyles do not.
A team of scientists has published their… Read More
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that commonly affects post-menopausal women, and with the rising number of elderly, cases of osteoporosis are on the rise. It can lead to devastating fractures and disability for seniors, which not only negatively impact their… Read More