According to the CDC, almost 50 percent of Americans over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease. That’s one out of every two people. Who would have thought!? But can one nutrient better support your gum health? Gum disease–often called gingivitis or periodontal disease–is caused by excess dental plaque that triggers...
Bone broth is gaining popularity, and for good reason. It's loaded with hard-to-get nutrients such as collagen, hyalpuronic acid, gelatin, amino acids and minerals in forms easiest for your body to absorb. Here are 6 reasons to give it a go.
An eye-opening investigation now warns that 80 percent of medical reviews are tainted by the commercial industries that fund them. Here's why this is a major problem.
Recent research shows that senior adults doing chair yoga can experience a reduction in pain, fatigue and pain interference. Chair yoga can help them function better and enjoy their lives more.
A new study finds anthocyanins, the brightly colored antioxidant pigments in berries, can help prevent the inflammatory response that causes atherosclerosis.
Spicy food is good for you. Earlier studies have associated chili pepper with a range of health benefits, and a new study provides evidence that it may even help extend your life.
A recent study found intermittent fasting hindered the start, as well as reversed the progression of, two forms of childhood leukemia. Earlier research has provided evidence of the cancer-fighting properties of the practice as well. So could the dietary practice be a potent weapon against malignancies?
According to research, unhealthy fats may cause cancer cells to multiply at an accelerated rate. But it's important to know which types of fat to avoid.
Balance training is reportedly important for everyone, from athletes to casual exercisers - but critical for anyone over 40. According to the CDC, more than 800,000 American are hospitalized each year because of a fall injury. So here's how to improve and protect stability to ensure you feel strong and balanced at all...
Wouldn’t it be great if there was some sort of early-warning system in place that could identify your risk of developing cognitive disorders? It turns out that a series of simple odor tests may point to early signs of Alzheimer’s.