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Study: Higher Muscle Strength May Help You Live Longer

While you can’t stop the relentless march of time, maintaining muscle strength may dramatically reduce the effects of aging on your body.


Here’s How Curcumin Targets Achilles Heel of Lethal Cancers

In a new breakthrough study, researchers have uncovered how the powerful curcumin compound targets cancer cells.


4 Tips to Lower Chronic Pain Now

Here are four ways you can naturally reduce overall inflammation in your body and thus reduce chronic pain.


Stop Hitting Snooze — Early Birds Have Lower Risk of Depression

Your preferences for when you go to bed at night and when you wake up in the morning may influence a your risk for depression.


Can a New Checklist Help Identify Cognitive Decline?

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, an estimated 5.7 million people in the United States live with dementia. However, a new analysis out of John Hopkins Medicine reveals that nearly 60 percent of older adults with probable dementia are either undiagnosed or unaware of their diagnosis. “If dementia is less severe and people are better able...


Consumer Alert: Cancer-Causing Toxins in Nonstick Cookware End Up in Water Supply

Some of the conveniences that come with modern life, such as nonstick cookware, waterproof clothing and stain-resistant carpets, come with a downside — the chemicals used to make them are ending up in the water supply.


Here’s Why Artificial Sweeteners Actually Lead to Obesity and Diabetes

A new study adds to earlier research that indicates sugar substitutes offer no solution; they actually cause health changes linked to obesity and diabetes — the conditions they were designed to help.


Consumer Alert: Popular Blood Pressure Drugs May Double Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

New research suggests that certain blood pressure drugs may increase the risk of pancreatic cancer in postmenopausal women.


Consumer Alert: This Misconception is Fueling Antibiotic Resistance

As the possibility of a post-antibiotic era continues to amplify, a new study has found that bacteria exposed to even low doses of antibiotics develop resistance over time.


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.