There is an odd trend going on as it relates to the incidence of stroke in the United States: The rate of strokes is declining in Americans aged 75 and over while it’s actually increasing in adults under 50 years old.
Just like with diabetes itself, there is no known “cure” for peripheral neuropathy, only ways to manage it and stop progression, similarly to the natural treatments for diabetes discussed in this article.
A team of engineers, biologists, and geneticists has developed a new way of studying the heart: they've built a miniature replica of a heart chamber from a combination of nanoengineered parts and human heart tissue.
Targeting specific brain cells modulated memory retrieval and altered anxiety-like behaviors in mice. Essentially, scientists boosted the electrical activity between cells in the hypothalamus and the hippocampus to create new neurons -- an important process called neurogenesis.
Pharmaceutical trials for Alzheimer’s have failed repeatedly, but a new study, using a fundamentally different approach based upon the science of Dale Bredesen, M.D., has provided the first clinical trial success: using precision medicine to identify and target the drivers of Alzheimer’s or pre-Alzheimer’s in each patient. Dr. Bredesen and his team have posted exciting, positive results in their peer-reviewed study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
As the ravages of the opioid epidemic lead many to avoid these powerful painkillers, a significant number of people with fibromyalgia are finding an effective replacement in CBD-containing products, finds a new study.
Hoping to improve your immune system? Look no further than these seven foods and supplements, which have been clinically proven to enhance immunity, improving your response to a variety of illnesses and infections!
Skittles are one of the most popular Halloween candies in America, according to a recent Monmouth University survey, and their popularity similarly extends to movie concessions and anywhere else candy treats are sold. A newly filed Skittles lawsuit, however, claims that not only is this particular candy bad for you. It’s also, because of the presence of a particular chemical, allegedly “unfit for human consumption.”