Rheumatoid arthritis and skin complication symptoms range from mild to severe, causing lesions. Although rheumatoid arthritis commonly affects the joints, it can involve organs and the skin, too. Many rheumatoid arthritis patients will experience skin manifestations and symptoms can vary… Read More
There are three types of angina: stable, unstable, and variant. This article will focus primarily on unstable angina, which is when plaque in the blood vessels either ruptures or forms a blood clot, reducing or blocking the blood flow very… Read More
Older adults who stick to Mediterranean diet show less cerebral atrophy (brain volume loss). However, contrary to previous studies, the researchers did not find that eating more fish and less red meat was associated with changes in the brain.
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Cognitive problems in older adults brought on by depression may be improved by playing video games. Researcher Patricia Areán explained, “We found that moderately depressed people do better with apps like this because they address or treat correlates of depression.”… Read More
An experimental drug – known as opicapone – is showing promise in improving movement difficulties experienced in Parkinson’s disease. When taken alongside standard treatment (levodopa), the drug has been shown to help improve movement.
Researchers found that opicapone helps boost… Read More
Osteoarthritis pain in older adults can be managed with chair yoga. The researchers randomly assigned 131 older adults to either chair yoga or a health education program. Both interventions took place twice a week for 45 minutes a session over… Read More
Consuming healthy snacks can better help manage diabetes. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) suggests that avoiding the vending machine is also a wise decision when living with diabetes.
There are numerous snacks that can boost energy all the while being… Read More
Even after puberty and teen years, some women can still experience acne in their adult life. A team of Italian researchers looked at 500 women to uncover factors related to the risk of acne after the age of 25. Some… Read More
A new study has found that many consumers misuse over-the-counter sleep aids. Oftentimes, people with sleep troubles turn to non-prescription sleep aids in order to get a good night’s rest. Unfortunately, many of these options can be addictive and… Read More
Making muscles burn more fat and less glucose (sugar) can contribute to a higher risk of diabetes, according to research findings. The study was conducted on genetically engineered mice. While awake, their muscles burned glucose, but while asleep their muscles… Read More