We are all aware of the common tips for promoting heart health. Eating a balanced diet and frequently exercising are great preventive strategies. However, it pays to know what some unexpected heart attack triggers are, especially if you’re at risk.… Read More
A vigorous workout can cause temporary unfavorable changes to the immune system as your body recovers from exercise, though a new study from Queensland University of Technology has found a way to combat this: carbs.
Researchers have discovered that consuming… Read More
Pain in the collarbone, or clavicle, may be caused by a variety of different things and symptoms vary. The pain may range from minor to severe and is treated based on the cause. Continue reading to learn what may be causing… Read More
A detached retina occurs when the retina moves away from its normal position. This can be the result of a tear, break, or hole. When the vitreous gel pulls loose—this is a clear gel inside of the eye and in… Read More
While the benefits of exercise on your fitness, mood, sleep patterns, and cognitive function are well known, a new study from the University of California, Santa Barbara has found that it can also improve your eyesight. Researchers previously discovered that… Read More
A deficiency of the anti-aging hormone klotho has been found in patients with diabetes who are also suffering from early stage kidney disease—a discovery that may lead to the development of new treatments. This hormone has previously been linked to… Read More
A study conducted by Eric Prossnitz of The University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center has identified a protein, NOX1, that causes cellular aging. Researchers also discovered a new class of drugs to effectively block the gene expression that… Read More
Although the fountain of youth has yet to be discovered, researchers are a bit closer to uncovering strategies that can slow down the aging process. The findings from Brigham Young University suggest that cutting back on the number of calories … Read More
One-quarter of all Americans who have a heart attack go on to experience heart failure, and researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have uncovered a new clue as to why.
After a heart attack, your immune system may elicit a… Read More
A new method for repairing damaged bones with stem cell and carbon material has been developed by researchers working with the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST). The method involves using stem cells from human bone marrow and… Read More