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Which diet is the best, really?

How many times have you been asked that question? And how many times have you seen a promotion of the latest and greatest diet that is presumably the fail-safe way to lose weight and get healthy? I think we have all seen that, ultimately, few people are successful with...

source: By Amy Bertram
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The holidays are quickly approaching, and you know what that means ... pie, cookies, hot cocoa and holiday...

source: Jacqueline Hansen

Aerobic exercise can improve memory function and maintain brain health as we age, a new Australian-led study has found. Brain health decreases with age, with the average brain shrinking by approximately five percent per decade after the age of 40.

source: Medical Xpress

Chemical testing revealed two banned stimulants, and two novel formulations, in sports and weight-loss supplements, researchers found.

source: MedPage Today

Surescripts is partnering with five leading electronic health records companies with the goal of leveraging information from pharmacy benefit managers CVS Health and Express Scripts, to deliver patient-specific benefit and price information to providers in real-time, at...

source: Drug Topics

A compound that stopped brain cells from dying in an animal model of Alzheimer's disease could lead to new treatments for people with the condition who live with depression and deterioration in memory and thinking.

source: Medical News Today

Aging is characterized by a progressive decline in physiological functions and is a major risk factor for neurodegenerative disorders, cancer and diabetes. Previous studies on aging mainly focused on the regulation of longevity, and...

source: Medical Xpress


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