Womens Health

Good oral health may help protect against Alzheimer’s
Good oral health may help protect against Alzheimer’s

A study published in January 2019 has revealed that the bacteria that cause gingivitis may also be connected to Alzheimer's disease.

Cyber security risk sparks implanted device recalls
Cyber security risk sparks implanted device recalls

It is unclear if implanted devices are safe from hackers.

Bone, Not Adrenaline, Drives Fight or Flight Response
Bone, Not Adrenaline, Drives Fight or Flight Response

Almost immediately after the brain recognizes danger, it instructs the skeleton to flood the bloodstream with the bone-derived hormone osteocalcin, which is needed to turn on the fight or flight response.

Research just published sheds more light to the role of gut bacteria in autoimmune diseases
Research just published sheds more light to the role of gut bacteria in autoimmune diseases

The implication of the human microbiome in disease has been suspected on and off for a long time and sayings passed on from generation to generation like “you are what you eat”, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, going back to dates BC, when Hippocrates was quoted to say “all disease begins in the gut”.

Mouthwash Cancels Out Key Benefits of Exercise, Study Finds
Mouthwash Cancels Out Key Benefits of Exercise, Study Finds

A new study discovered that using mouthwash can prevent exercise from lowering your blood pressure as it normally does.

Coalition Issues International Consensus on Testosterone Treatment for Women
Coalition Issues International Consensus on Testosterone Treatment for Women

The Endocrine Society and 10 other internationally esteemed medical societies have today issued the first Global Position Statement on the use of testosterone in the treatment of women.

Your Heart's Best Friend: Dog Ownership Associated with Better Cardiovascular Health
Your Heart's Best Friend: Dog Ownership Associated with Better Cardiovascular Health

Owning a pet may help maintain a healthy heart, especially if that pet is a dog, according to the first analysis of data from the Kardiozive Brno 2030 study.

More of any physical activity tied to longer life
More of any physical activity tied to longer life

Research clearly shows that increasing physical activity, regardless of intensity, relates to a significantly lower risk of dying. Even light exercise, such as walking, can make a difference.

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