Vitamins Boost Longevity Science Review Proves

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A new scientific review suggests that certain vitamins may help prolong your life and maintain good health and wellness into old age. Identified as “longevity nutrients” these vitamins are necessary to repair DNA, maintain cardiovascular health and to prevent cellular damage. The review was conducted by Dr. Bruce Ames, Senior scientist at Children’s Hospital Oakland [. . . more]

Essential Fatty Acids for Children with Attention Disorders

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Attention deficit disorders are among the most common childhood psychiatric diagnoses. Medications such as Ritalin, Adderall, and Risperidone are often prescribed. While these medications can be helpful for controlling symptoms, they do nothing to address the underlying causes of the condition. Essential fatty acids, such as the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahaexanoic [. . . more]

Surprising New Cardio Health News

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Our goal is to always keep our readers informed about the latest breaking health news. Sometimes medical research results can surprise as well as inform. Cardio health is a concern for many as a leading cause of serious illness and death for both men and women. Cardiovascular disease tend to run in families, and if [. . . more]

Foods That Promote Healthy Aging

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We all want to age healthfully and gracefully and there are certain lifestyle choices, including diet, that can help us reach that goal. Foods that are rich in certain nutrients and vitamins help to keep our bodies healthy on the inside and also promote longevity and youthfulness in our outer appearance. Berries are high in [. . . more]

Fish-Derived Omega-3 Best for Breast Cancer Prevention

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A new study reveals that omega-3s derived from fish are better than plant-based omega-3s for preventing the development of breast cancer. Researchers at the University of Guelph discovered that omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil are around eight times more effective in preventing the development of an aggressive form of breast cancer, known as [. . . more]

Options for Winter Eczema

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When the Arctic chill descends over North America every winter it causes many to suffer more cold-related illness and injury than is normal. For some the extreme dry cold activates their eczema; the term “winter eczema” is often used to describe the atopic dermatitis that occurs more often in the winter months because of the [. . . more]