A lack of sodium in the first two weeks of life can have a major
effect on the development of the brains of premature infants. These
are the findings of a recent study by doctors at Guy's Hospital in
London published in the March...
A recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical
Nutrition explored the connections between nutrition and the
risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in a large
group of male health professionals. Benign...
Coffee consumption has often been linked to a risk of high blood
pressure, but the latest research shows that moderate consumption
of the beverage, even over a period of 30 years, has little or no
impact on hypertension.
More Americans than ever are facing the threat of blindness from
age-related eye disease, reveals a new report from the US. Over one
million Americans aged 40 and over are currently blind and an
additional 2.4 million are visually...
Calcium supplements have been in the news a lot this week, with
revelations just yesterday that the nutrient is more effective when
combined with phosphorous contrasting with news a day earlier that
calcium supplements can help combat...
Boundaries of science were pushed further recently when scientists,
trying to create alternative food sources for astronauts, revealed
that we could grow meat on demand, without slaughtering fish or
animals, the New Scientist reports...