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  1. Serotonin and Memory: New Insights May Lead to Future Therapies for Cognitive Decline

    Serotonin and Memory: New Insights May Lead to Future Therapies for Cognitive Decline

    In the United States alone, over 16 million people live with some form of cognitive impairment. While age is the greatest risk factor, with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia being the leading causes, cognitive decline bears no limitation to any specific demographic. Conditions such as brain injury, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia and stroke are all known to be accompanied by signs of...
  2. Research on Gut Bacteria Uncovers New Heart Health, Immune System Benefits

    Research on Gut Bacteria Uncovers New Heart Health, Immune System Benefits

    Over the past decade, research on gut bacteria has exponentially increased our understanding of how our gut affects us as a whole. So, what exactly is the gut microbiome, how does it form and what is the link to immune response and heart health? What is the Microbiome? Each one of us possesses a complex and completely unique ecosystem of...
  3. Meal Timing and Diet Alter Gut Health

    Meal Timing and Diet Alter Gut Health

    Every time we consume food, we’re also feeding the bacteria that call our bodies home. The human body plays host to trillions of microorganisms, including thousands of species of bacteria, fungi and viruses. These microorganisms actually outnumber our own cells, and the vast majority of them reside in our digestive system. Referred to as the gut’s microbiota or gut flora...
  4. Resveratrol Proven to Slow Brain and Muscle Aging

    Resveratrol Proven to Slow Brain and Muscle Aging

    Resveratrol is powerful phytoalexin, a group of naturally occurring antimicrobial and antioxidant compounds produced by plants, that can be found in red wine, raw cacao, pistachios, peanuts, and dark berries such as red grapes, blueberries and muscadines. Like other antioxidants, resveratrol can help the body to fight and repair cellular damage. Research over the past decade has indicated that resveratrol...
  5. New Research Suggests Connection Between Vitamin D and Diabetes

    New Research Suggests Connection Between Vitamin D and Diabetes

    Previous research has demonstrated that deficient levels of vitamin D may increase the risk of developing diabetes. The most recent study on the subject, which was published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE, offers support for this significant connection between vitamin D and diabetes. Vitamin D Deficiency Poses a Greater Risk of Developing Diabetes In a recent study carried out by a team...
  6. Loud Workplaces Linked to Heart Disease, CDC Warns

    Loud Workplaces Linked to Heart Disease, CDC Warns

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women around the globe. Over 600 thousand Americans will die from heart disease each year. According to new research published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, people who are exposed to loud noises at work, roughly a quarter of U.S. workers, are at greater risk for developing heart...

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