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If you’re a person who suffers with any type of inflammatory bowel disease – you should probably avoid anything containing the artificial sweetener sucralose. A study finds it can trigger your GI tract flare-ups. The finding is that Splenda antagonizes … Continue reading
As our life becomes more computerized, we need to excel with our brains. Robots can take care of all the ‘heavy lifting’ but there needs to be a strong global command center, aka brain, regulating the body. A company is … Continue reading
Dementia is a real threat to those of us planning to keep our wits about us as we age. The disparaging truth is that more drugs in the pipeline to shine hope on the dim topic are falling short in … Continue reading
Aging is part of the agreement in life. Skin suffers effects of gravity. Our bones start packing down and we mysteriously get weaker. However scientists are giving us hope that muscle loss may not necessarily be part of the agreement. … Continue reading
Many people regard money as power. When it comes to what’s known in certain hospitals as “concierge medicine service“, money gets you moved to the front of the line. For your health – that’s a powerful service. However, the reason … Continue reading
Time with dad may be the most valuable commodity, for new babies. A study explains why its evidently healthier for a newborn to spend more time with dad. Babies who look more like their father are healthier by their first … Continue reading
Survivors of adolescent and young adult cancer often have stronger social networks than their non-cancer peers, according to researchers, who hope to translate that support into better lives for the nation's growing population of cancer survivors.
Research has found a promising new treatment for allergic contact dermatitis that offers an alternative to corticosteroids and their possible side effects.
Serious asthma attacks in adults can be reduced by a temporary but significant increase in the dose of inhaled steroids during severe episodes of asthma, according to a new study.
Researchers have revealed that Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system largely produce their own fatty acids in order to create electrical insulation for nerve fibers. This process relies on an enzyme whose absence leads to defective insulation and impaired … Continue reading