A new study has found that supplementing with creatine improves vegetarians’ visual memory.
Research indicates that vitamin D supplementation may help those with multiple sclerosis, or potentially prevent its development.
New research shows that this inexpensive vitamin plays an important role in managing blood sugar levels and blood pressure.
A fatty acid derivative of the neurotransmitter serotonin, found in the coffee bean’s waxy coating could be a powerful neuroprotective agent!
An exciting new study shows that in addition to its many other benefits, soursop (graviola) relieves the pain, anxiety and depression of fibromyalgia.
Impaired glucose tolerance can cause cognition problems, but a new study offers hope for protecting against hypoglycemia-related brain damage.
The number one most prescribed drug to treat people with type 2 diabetes may actually be causing irreversible nerve damage in many patients.
Those first few gray hairs we notice are never a welcome sight. They’re a sign that we’re getting older, whether they arrive prematurely in our 20s or spare us until we’re in our late 30s. But did you know that premature gray hair may indicate more than our biological age? From heart disease risk to vitamin deficiencies, your hair speaks volumes.
Many parents find they are susceptible to the same common childhood maladies their kids have, like colds, strep throat, gastrointestinal viruses, and the seasonal flu. I know – I’ve been there more times than I care to count! Here’s how to stay healthy when your kids are sick.
Testosterone is the most important male sex hormone. It is natural for testosterone levels to decline as a person ages, but there are steps that they can take to slow, and perhaps reverse, the process.