Elderly Japanese women who danced for exercise were 73 percent less likely to be impaired eight years later doing “activities of daily living” such as walking, cooking, dressing and bathing.
An estimated 48 percent of American adults have cardiovascular disease, but about 80 percent of the time the disease can be prevented with precautionary medical care and lifestyle changes.
Women in menopause that are mindful and nonjudgmental of their thoughts are less irritable, anxious and depressed, says the Mayo Clinic.
Mothers-to-be that practiced yoga had fewer C-sections, fewer low-weight newborns, and milder and briefer labor pains.
Based on health data of 40,000 people, British researchers found that simply eating more produce measurably heightens mental well-being.
Aerobic activities improve the executive thinking skills of both young and old people, report Columbia University researchers.
Twelve years after a study ended, senior participants that had taken CoQ10 and selenium had lowered their cardiovascular mortality risk more than 40 percent.
Canadian toddlers in households that used chemical disinfectants at least once a week had disturbed gut microbes and higher body mass index scores than toddlers in households that used vinegar or other eco-friendly cleaners.
Non-smokers in areas that have banned smoking in public space have lower systolic blood pressure.
In a 10-week study, infertile Iranian men that took curcumin experienced a significant increase in sperm count, concentration and motility.