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
While Mother Nature is mostly taken for granted in these modern times, science still concedes that, once in a while, she can amaze us with some pretty incredible solutions for our most serious health problems. Thankfully, researchers are finally beginning to take notice of Mother Nature’s “alternative” medicine cabinet, opening their minds and research laboratories to some of the potential treatments and remedies it may hold that have as yet eluded the pharmaceutical industry. Some of their latest findings – …Read more
Improved healthcare has contributed to longer, healthier lives; however, along with aging comes an increased risk of dementia. Approximately 35.6 million people around the world are living with dementia, and this number is expected to double every 20 years with a significant portion of this increase occurring in developing countries. Dementia commonly affects older people, although cases in individuals under the age of 65 are popping up around the world. While the exact cause of dementia is not known, research …Read more
Six minutes a day – three in the morning, and three before bed. That is all the time it takes to maintain a sparkling white smile. These six minutes, however, may prove to be far more important to your future well-being than anyone could have ever imagined.
A recent study by a group of British researchers suggests that oral hygiene may play a role in the onset of dementia, specifically Alzheimer’s disease. The …Read more