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Pancreatic cancer: Some blood pressure drugs put women at risk
A new study reveals that certain blood pressure drugs are linked with a high risk of pancreatic cancer among postmenopausal women.
Female pattern baldness: Treatment and genetics
While most women lose between 50 and 100 strands of hair per day, this hair is usually quickly replaced by new growth. When bald patches or thinning occurs, however, it may be a sign of female pattern baldness. In this article, learn more about the common causes and treatment of hair loss in women.
Sitting harms brain health, regardless of exercise
A small study of middle-aged and older adults reveals that more sitting time is linked to greater thinning of a brain region that is important for memory.
Late menopause may protect women's memory
New research suggests that age at menopause onset impacts memory. While small, the cognitive benefit may mean a lower risk of dementia years later.
Even minor stress can impact long-term health, study warns
A new study warns that holding on to small, daily frustrations and allowing negative emotions to perpetuate can truly harm our health in the long run.
What are diastole and systole in blood pressure?
A person’s blood pressure is measured by the balance between diastolic and systolic pressure in the heart. The current guidelines say that a normal range is under 120/80 mm Hg. Here, we discuss the difference between diastole and systole and the risks of hypertension (high) and hypotension (low) blood pressure.
Is meditation the answer to cognitive decline?
Could meditation be a useful tool in the fight against cognitive decline? This week, the first study to investigate its long-term impact is released.
Brain cells keep growing well into our 70s
For many years, scientists have thought that brain cells in the hippocampus stop generating as we get older. The latest study concludes the reverse.
Could berries help to fight cancer?
According to new research, there's more to the berry than its delicious taste. Its pigments may offer new ways to stop cancer and slow the aging process.
This supplement may promote healthy arterial aging
A study of healthy seniors found that a daily supplement of nicotinamide riboside triggered some of the same biological pathways as caloric restriction.
Ibuprofen could stop Alzheimer's, say researchers
Researchers claim that taking the common anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen every day from the age of 55 could prevent Alzheimer's disease.
High fitness may slash dementia risk, study says
A new study from Sweden asks whether the level of physical fitness at middle age could influence women's risk of developing dementia later in life.
Middle back pain: Causes and relief
Learn about 13 causes of middle back pain and discover techniques to find relief. Common causes include poor posture, arthritis, and herniated disks.
How daytime sleepiness may raise Alzheimer's risk
Excessive daytime sleepiness may be an early warning sign of Alzheimer's, but what is the possible mechanism underlying this association?
The 10 best blogs for osteoarthritis
Blogs written by osteoarthritis experts and those with the disease can help to provide tips, strategies, and support for individuals with osteoarthritis.
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