Latest Research

Scientists Find Probiotics May Protect Against Liver Damage

New evidence presented at the 2018 Experimental Biology meeting finds that what is good for your gut may be good for your liver, too.

Berry Compound May Help Fight Cancer, Study Says

A new study from the University of Eastern Finland may explain exactly how the anthocyanins in berries work to regulate cancer cells.

Eat Fruit Every Day to Keep Heart Disease Away

A comprehensive new study has revealed that eating more fruit can help reduce your risk of heart disease, which remains the #1 killer of Americans.

Consumer Alert: Popular Antacids Now Linked to Depression

Studies indicate PPIs may contribute to higher risk of stroke, heart attack, stomach cancer and early death. Now we have another health condition to add to the list: depression.

12 Tips to Stop Snoring Naturally

Snoring can cause insomnia and apnea, which is disrupted breathing during sleep, and more. Thankfully, there are some simple natural solutions that may help you stop snoring.

Consumer Alert: Popular Blood Pressure Drugs Found to Up Death Risk

Two commonly used medications to lower blood pressure may instead be doing the exact opposite by increasing blood pressure and leading to death, according to new research.

Poor Dental Health Might Increase Diabetes Risk

Researchers found that people with tooth decay and gum disease may have an increased risk of diabetes.

Slow Your Roll — Slow Eating Speed Linked to Weight Loss

In a new study, researchers found that the slow eaters were healthier and had healthier lifestyles overall than the fast or normal speed eaters.

Common Antibiotic May Increase Death Risk for Heart Disease Patients (Even Years Later)

The FDA has advised health care providers to be cautious in prescribing the antibiotic clarithromycin to cardiovascular disease patients.

The Importance of Social Interaction for Dementia Patients

Spending just 10 minutes per day chatting with dementia patients about their interests could improve their quality of life, according to a study in the U.K.