Amid growing concerns regarding the safety of our drinking water, new research suggests a favorite ingredient in Mexican, Southeast Asian and other spicy food may help. (more…)
Cornell University researchers have developed a reliable method to distinguish between normal age related memory decline and the more serious disease related memory decline. With this methodology, researchers (more…)
The American Heart Association just published a report from scientists at Houston Methodist Hospital and two other institutions suggesting that popular drugs used to treat acid reflux disease may also raise your risk of heart problems. (more…)
A new study at the University of Illinois found that celery, artichokes and certain herbs (especially Mexican oregano) contain flavonoids which kill pancreatic cancer cells.
The study found that a particular flavonoid called (more…)
A recent study by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) found that listening to your favorite music can improve vascular function in patients with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD).
74 heart patients were divided into three groups. Patients in the first group underwent 3 (more…)
Can storing fruits and vegetables in a dark cabinet or refrigerator lower their nutritional value? According to new research from Rice University and the University of California at Davis, there may be potential health benefits to storing fresh produce in areas that receive regular (more…)