New research published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease has shown that following either a simple meditation or music listening regimen may help to reverse early memory loss in older adults. The study was conducted by West Virginia University and… Read More
Many people experience fatigue after eating, especially when they’ve enjoyed a large lunch or dinner, but why do you feel tired after you eat? Keep reading to learn what causes fatigue after eating, and how you can prevent the excessive… Read More
Researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder and the Institut Pasteur in Paris recently conducted a study to find out why patients with schizophrenia tend to smoke more often, and they found a connection between consistent nicotine intake and brain… Read More
Highly demanding jobs often result in intense stress that may affect an individual’s mental health and capacity for sleep. For some people, the use of natural sleep aids may help alleviate the symptoms of stress and other mental health conditions… Read More
A recent study from the University of Virginia Health System has found that patients’ pain scores decrease as doctors lower their doses of opioids. The study reviewed 101,484 surgical cases that took place between March 2011 and November 2015, where… Read More
We know that there’s good cholesterol and bad cholesterol, and that if your cholesterol is too high you may be at risk for cardiovascular disease.
Since these levels are impacted by diet, it is also important to know how much… Read More
Professor Mike Riddell of York University, along with a team of international researchers and clinicians, have published a new set of guidelines to improve the way people with type 1 diabetes exercise and stay safe. While regular exercise can aid… Read More
A new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago has revealed that men and women recover differently after undergoing total hip arthroplasty or joint replacement surgery.
The study was led by Dr. Kharma C. Foucher and focused on 124 … Read More
While most of us are used to our urine being somewhere on the yellow spectrum, sometimes it can be a surprising color and raise concern. If you have noticed that you have orange urine and are asking yourself why, continue… Read More
Findings from a recent study published in JAMA Psychiatry have found a link between delirium and the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Delirium occurs when patients become confused and disoriented, and is prevalent in elderly patients. This new research from the… Read More