How yoga may enhance heart health
Many people think of yoga mainly as an activity that promotes flexibility and balance. But this ancient tradition also includes breathing exercises, relaxation, and meditation.
Massage May Provide Short-Term Improvement of Knee Osteoarthritis Symptoms
A weekly session of massage therapy may provide short-term benefits for people with osteoarthritis of the knee, including reduced pain and stiffness and improved function, according to a new NCCIH-funded study.
How Gut Bacteria May Be Linked to Lupus
Women with lupus had higher amounts of a specific bacterium in their gut, along with increased levels of an antibody to that bacterium.
Substances in Coffee May Protect Against Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia with Lewy Bodies, a New Animal Study Suggests
Two substances from coffee, acting together, may protect against nerve cell damage and improve behavior in animal models of Parkinson’s disease and a related disease called dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), according to a new study funded by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.
Study helps solve mystery of how sleep protects against heart disease
Researchers say they are closer to solving the mystery of how a good night’s sleep protects against heart disease.
Gen Z Attitudes Towards Booze Forcing Brands To Change Their Marketing Tactics
New research out of the UK from Red Brick Road and Opinium has revealed Gen Z (18- to 25-year-olds) have a radically different relationship with alcohol than older generations, and as a result, alcohol brands need to change their marketing strategies.
Studies link toxic relationships to health problems
While every married couple experiences conflict, two studies show constant, unrelenting marital stress takes a serious toll on your emotional and physical health.
Is Integrative Medicine Finally In Practice And What Can We Expect Out Of It
Integrative medicine is seen as a more developed form of alternative method that uses both a holistic approach and the best techniques of conventional medicine to come up with an effective preventive and on-set treatment. But is it yet in practice, and how can it outweigh conventional medicine?
‘For 30 years I’ve been obsessed by why children get leukaemia. Now we have an answer’
Newly knighted cancer scientist Mel Greaves explains why a cocktail of microbes could give protection against disease.
‘Cervical cancer – it is preventable, it is treatable, it is time to eliminate it.’
WHO is working to eliminate cervical cancer as a global public health problem.
Israeli Scientists Claim They’re On The Path To A Cure For Cancer
A small team of Israeli scientists is telling the world they will have the first “complete cure” for cancer within a year, The Jerusalem Post reported on Monday. And not only that, but they claim it will be brief, cheap and effective and will have no or minimal side-effects.
Breast cancer: Scan younger women at risk, charity says
Younger women with a family history of breast cancer should receive annual screenings to pick up the disease earlier, a charity says.