'Brain Training' Cuts Dementia Risk Nearly in Half: Researchers
A computerized brain training program cut the risk of dementia among healthy people by 48 percent, U.S. researchers said. The preliminary findings, presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Toronto, are the first to show that any kind of intervention could delay the development of dementia in normal, healthy adults. [Full Story]
Pycnogenol: This Superfood Combats Diabetes, Heart Disease
Pycnogenol, a form of pine bark extract that you may have never heard of, may be a missing link in your health regimen that fights aging and gives your general well-being a boost. In fact, Dr. Russell Blaylock, author of The Blaylock Wellness Report, believes it should be a...... [Full Story]
Genetics Tied to Men's Higher Melanoma Risk
A new study suggests the reason that men are more likely to develop [Full Story]
Take Action Before 50s to Halt Physical Decline
A new study finds our bodies begin declining earlier than generally [Full Story]
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SPECIAL: These four things are the focus of a recent video presentation [Full Story]
Possible Second Zika Case in Florida: Officials
A second case of the Zika virus that may have been locally transmitted [Full Story]
8 Foods to Help You Get to Sleep Naturally
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Chinese Scientists to Try 'Gene Editing' on People
Chinese scientists plan to begin a clinical trial using a controversial [Full Story]
Is Menopause Reversible? Greek Researchers Say: Yes
Greek fertility researchers say menopause may be reversible. [Full Story]
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