Tag: research

Carrots and Broccoli

Eating Disorder Linked To Mental Health

Even more news regards Mental Health Disorders. As if it isn’t enough to know mental health problems are on the increase here in the United Kingdom (UK), new research points a finger at young children between the ages of 2 and 6 years. Not just any children though. The children under the microscope are those…

coffee-and-alzheimer

Caffeine And Alzheimer’s

Lead Researcher Dr. Abhishek Mohan of the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, United States informed the Journal of Caffeine Research of his findings that caffeine in coffee can half the levels of a protein that is thought to be the cause of Alzheimer’s. Beta amyloid the protein that is strongly implicated to Alzheimer’s disease…

Vitamin D Affects Alzheimer's

Vitamin D Affects Alzheimer’s Disease

For Some time now I have posted much about the research that is being done to combat Alzheimer’s Disease and although it can not help those who suffer, like yesterday, the research can still be seen as a light at the end of the tunnel. The first post was way back in July 2009 it…

Little cubes of dark chocolate

Dark Chocolate And Peripheral Arterial Disease

Chocolate, chocolate and still more chocolate, but not the milk chocolate most all of us love. I have posted much (all good) over the years about the benefit of dark chocolate and yet again it would seem to be another plus for the lovers of this particular kind of chocolate. This time however instead of…

Keeping fit: Youngster Walking The Dog.

Walking To Better Health

Back in May 2012 saw the University of South Carolina publish a paper based on a five year study suggesting how a two and a half hour walk, spread across the course of a full week, could reduce the risk of high blood pressure (hypertension) by a quarter percent. Walking Brings Health and Well-being Now…