Study: How Magnesium Supplementation Could Help with Depression

Some research has shown that supplementing with magnesium may be an effective way to mitigate feelings of mild or moderate depression and anxiety.


Cultures Around the World Show Us How Life Purpose Fuels Longevity

We all need a hobby – an interest outside of work that we truly love to do. The benefits of purpose and hobbies, however, go beyond quality of life.


Anorexia May Be Genetic, Not Just a Mental Health Issue

In a landmark study, researchers found that anorexia nervous is associated with a genetic variant linked to type 1 diabetes and autoimmune disorders.


LED Street Lights Could Be Harmful to Your Health

Cities around the world are replacing traditional street lights with LED ones that emit high levels of blue light, putting your eyes and body clock at risk.


Does Aging Have an ‘End Point?’ People Younger than Ever

Times are changing. Life at certain age groups is not what it was even one generation ago. We are younger than ever, and it shows.


What Baby Teeth may Tell Researchers About Autism

A study shows that children with autism spectrum disorder have more lead and fewer vital nutrients in their baby teeth, suggesting heavy metal exposure.


Coenzyme Q10 may Be Viable Solution for Many Diabetics

Research shows that the antiaging compound coenzyme Q10 (coq10) can aid in the prevention and mitigation of diabetes for many individuals. Here is how.


90 is the New 70: Old Age Just Isn’t Old Age Anymore

The UK’s Oxford Institute of Population Aging recommends that people in their 70’s and 80’s be called “active adults” instead of “old.”


Tobacco Doesn’t Just Kill Smokers; It Kills the Environment

A WHO report details the environmental harms caused by cigarettes and by tobacco products in general, including deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions.


Study: Excessive Cadmium Linked to Higher Risk of Endometrial Cancer

The findings of a recent study suggest that a woman’s risk of endometrial cancer increases by 22% if they have excess cadmium in their bodies.


The Odd Way that Chewing Gum May Help Women after a C-Section

The bowels of women who give birth via C-section sometimes slow down or stop moving entirely. Chewing gum might help get things moving again, a study shows.


Hope for MS Sufferers: Resistance Training May Slow Brain Atrophy

Brain training has been shown in a recent study to slow brain atrophy in MS patients, even increasing brain volume in some individuals.


Loneliness, Isolation Are Bigger Health Threats than Obesity

In meta-analysis of studies on loneliness and social isolation, researchers at Brigham Young University found that both increase the risk of early death.


Is Metformin a Viable Anti-Aging Solution?

There are numerous studies focusing on the drug Metformin for its anti-aging effects, but there may be other safer, more natural options to slow aging.


Americans’ Sugar Intake Same as 7 Years Ago – But Why?

Sugary drink consumption is on the rise among both children and adults after years of falling. Why why are numbers still rising?


Air Pollution May be to Blame for 20% of Dementia Cases

Women who are exposed to high levels of air pollution have a much higher risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.


Could This Popular All-Natural Sweetener Beat Lyme Disease?

Stevia is proving to be an effective treatment for tick-borne Lyme disease, and patients in a clinical trial are seeing encouraging results.