Australian research company Prana Biotechnology has revealed
successful interim results of its Alzheimer's drug PBT-1,
Iodochlorhydroxyquin at the 7th International Geneva/Springfield
Symposium on Advances in Alzheimer Therapy...
The market for functional foods is being driven by a greater
responsibility for personal health care amongst Europeans,
according to a new report by market research company, Mintel.The
research shows that the European functional foods...
New research published in New Scientist this week suggests
that diets high in refined starches such as breads and cereals
increase insulin levels. This affects the development of the
eyeball and causes short-sightedness according...
Chocolate could be aggravating the sleep disorder which causes
sufferers to act out violent nightmares, according to scientists in
a recent New Scientist report. The disorder, called rapid
eye movement sleep behaviour disorder (RBD),...
Sucking on nicotine-laced lollipops is catching on as a way to quit
smoking, but critics showed concern this week about the products'
appeal to children and urged a ban until studies prove they are
safe and effective.
People who drink a glass of full fat milk everyday may be less
likely to suffer from asthma than those who drink a less fatty
dairy alternative. A recent study in Australia found that dairy
products contribute to the high asthma prevalence...
A study at the University of Colorado at Boulder has found that
older adults may beable to combat oxidative stress in their cells
by increasing vitamin C intake. And with the increase in
metabolism, the benefits would also include...
Women should start adding more tomato products to their diets,
according to the results of a study presented this week by Harvard
Medical School researchers at the American College of Cardiology
Athletes are using increasing amounts of dietary supplements to
help boost their performance, but many of the products they use are
contaminated by substances that could result in positive tests for
anabolic steroids, according to...