Daily Archives: March 7, 2017

Dementia Numbers Double No Cure In Sight

Dementia, also known as Alzheimer’s Disease, is running rampant in the United States and according to the experts, it is expected to get worse. It is estimated that in this year alone, every 66 seconds, someone in the United States will develop Alzheimer’s. While those numbers seem alarming, the Alzheimer’s Association annual report predicts that those numbers will double by ...

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Jennifer Lopez’s Weight Loss Food Diet Tips Use BodyLab TastyShake, Kale Salad

If J.Lo can look the way she does without depriving herself, then so can you. “I don’t deprive myself,” Lopez said in an interview with People. “But I’ve learned the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.” What’s her secret, you ask? “I always have healthy snacks like fruit and vegetables with me.” Talk about a BodyLab babe! This #FlashbackFriday goes ...

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Head Injuries Can Alter Genes In The Brain According To New Study

Head injuries can alter hundreds of genes in the brain, leading to a wide variety of neurological and psychiatric disorders, according to new study by scientists from UCLA. The study, which was published in EBioMedicine, identified master genes that influence hundreds other genes linked to a number of diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, post-traumatic stress disorder, stroke, attention ...

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Mediterranean Diet May Prevent Type Of Breast Cancer According To New Study

The Mediterranean diet may lower risk of certain forms of breast cancer found in postmenopausal women according to a 20-year study published by the International Journal of Cancer. Mediterranean diet rich in Omege-3 Foods [Image by Autumnhoverter/Thinkstock] Through analyzing decades of data compiled, researchers discovered a stunning link between the Mediterranean diet—consisting mostly of lean meats, olive oil, vegetables, and ...

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