A recent study concluded that ‘regardless of age, sex, or starting fitness level,’ increased physical activity of any type reduces overall mortality risk. Source: New feed

I’m not even 30 years old, and I need hearing aids. The discovery was a shock, but just 48 hours in and an exciting new world of sound is unfolding. Source: New feed

A new study has found that a large number of people who die from natural causes do not seek medical attention during the month before. Source: New feed

A recent study concludes that when a person takes vitamin D alongside standard chemotherapy, it might reduce the growth rate of colorectal cancer. Source: New feed

Peanuts are a high-protein, nutrient-rich snack. Raw peanuts and peanut butter are especially good for a person’s health. In this article, we look at the nutritional profile and benefits of peanuts. Source: New feed

New research in cell cultures and mice reveals a surprising link between the essential amino acid leucine and resistance to tamoxifen in breast cancer. Source: New feed

New research examines the effect of a noninvasive brain stimulation technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation on age-related memory decline. Source: New feed

Vegetables are good for anyone, with a rich array of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and plant compounds, but they can especially benefit people with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is when a person cannot control their blood sugar. Find out which vegetables are best for type 2 diabetes, and some tasty ways to eat them. Source: New…

Drug resistance is a large and growing problem. On the hunt for fresh sources of drugs, scientists have turned to the seaweed in underwater forests. Source: New feed

Neuropathy refers to conditions that damage or otherwise affect the nerves. A common symptom is pain. Some research suggests that aromatherapy with certain essential oils may help relieve neuropathic pain. Learn more here. Source: New feed

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